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Belzona® Repair Of Access Ramp And Steps



Buildings & Structures (BSTR)



Floor Problem Areas (FPA)


Customer Location:

Local Council, United Kingdom


Application Date:

November 2004


Application Situation:

Heavily worn steps and disabled access ramp



Much foot traffic and heavy weathering caused the steps and disabled access ramp of these public toilets to become damaged and worn. An inspection of the ramps according to the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) found them to be unsafe and not compliant.



Belzona® 4131 (Magma-Screed)

Belzona® 4411 (Granogrip)

Belzona® 5231 (SG Laminate)



Old concrete


Application Method:

Application was carried out in accordance with Belzona Know-How System Leaflet FPA-1.


Belzona Facts:

The use of Belzona products was requested by the council in order to give a fast, long life, cost effective repair. The ability to bond and build up old concrete meant that the steps did not have to be completely removed and rebuilt. This ensured that the toilets would comply to the DDA standards. These heavily used toilets were quickly reopened to the public.


Photographs Description

  1. Worn steps were a health and safety hazard
  2. Prepared surface
  3. Surface rebuilt with Belzona® 4131
  4. Completed project
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