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Grand Staircase Of A Future Home Of A Historic Museum Restored With Belzona



Buildings & Structures (BSTR)



Floor Problem Areas (FPA)


Customer Location:

Kansas, USA


Application Date:



Application Situation:

Pre 1920 cast-iron grand staircase.



The original build grand staircase made from pre-1920 cast-iron had severe rust and multiple failures. It was a tremendous eyesore and in some areas impassible.



Belzona 1211 (E-Metal)

Belzona 5231 (SG Laminate)

Belzona 5233 (In color)



Cast iron


Application Method:

The application was carried out in accordance with a modified version of Belzona Know-How System Leaflet FPA-5. Since the application was taking place on a very busy street with heavy foot traffic, a containment area was built to contain the dust from blasting. The substrate was blasted off to bare metal. Once the media blasting was completed, 1/2" iron rods were installed to repair the step noses and cold bond metal plates where the original staircase had corroded away. Then, the entire staircase was coated with Belzona 5231. The second coat was loaded with an anti-slip surefoot aggregate and applied to all walking surfaces. Once Belzona 5231 cured, a topcoat with Belzona 5233 was applied.


Belzona Facts:


Photographs Description

1. General view of the staircase showing damage.

2. Stair nosings rebuilt with Belzona 1211 and steel rods.

3. Two coats of Belzona 5231 loaded with Surefoot Aggregate on walking treads applied.

4. Belzona 5233 applied as a top coat for UV-stability.

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