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Belzona® Repairs Damaged Concrete In Primary School Playground



Buildings & Structures (BSTR)



Floor Problem Areas (FPA)


Customer Location:

Derbyshire UK


Application Date:

December 2009


Application Situation:

An area of damaged and exposed concrete within a Primary School external play area.



Some loose and damaged tiles had been removed in the playground bordering a class room. This had left concrete exposed and the area looking unsightly and representing a potential slip/trip issue for young children.



Belzona® 4131 (Magma Screed)



Concrete / Cement


Application Method:

The application was carried out in accordance with Belzona Know-How System Leaflet FPA-1


Belzona Facts:

School required a quick and permanent solution to the issue. Traditional concrete/cement solutions were not appropriate as the bond strength would not be sufficient and it would be likely to shrink and crack creating additional problems. Hot work was out of the question and any products that would leave oily residue that could contaminate the children and their clothes were also not acceptable. Belzona® 4131 was chosen for its high bond strength, quick cure, high abrasion and impact resistance.  Its ability to be feather edged ensured it was flush with adajcent areas to the repair. The work was completed in one day and to the complete satisfaction of the school who asked us to return to repair a similar problem in another area of the playground. 


Photographs Description

  1. The school play/activity area 
  2. The damaged area to be repaired
  3. Belzona® 4131  repair in progress
  4. Completed application
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