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Belzona® 4111 After 15 Years



Buildings & Structures (BSTR)



Floor Problem Areas (FPA)


Customer Location:

Kiel Center in 1993, Scott Trade Center Today, St. Louis, Missouri U.S.A.


Application Date:

Summer 1993


Application Situation:

New construction of arena floor used for hockey and other events contained threaded anchors for sporting furniture.



The concrete floor was mistakenly poured 3/4" on top of the anchors for the hockey dasher boards (two sizes, one for the NHL, the other for Olympic events) & circus tie down anchors.



Belzona® 4111 (Magma Quartz)





Application Method:

Application was carried out in accordance with Belzona Know-How System Leaflet FPA-10. The floor was laid out to expose the more than 700 anchor locations. The concrete chipped out to expose the anchors. Release agent treated all-thread was used to form anchor thread in the Belzona® 4111.


Belzona Facts:

There was no other easy way to restore the floor quickly except replace the entire floor. Previous experience with the building manager & the NHL at another St. Louis location proved that Belzona® 4111 would work. Time was short so that a fast solution was needed to meet the buildings opening schedule. Anchors are still effective 15 years on.


Photographs Description

  1. Overall view of the floor in 1993
  2. Anchor points being chipped out
  3. Starting the repairs
  4. Typical Belzona anchor 2008
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