Derived from an industrial design, BARiT developed the LOFTFLOOR. It displays an urban, purist concrete look due to its high-quality design. Typical loft-style fillings with shading, textures as well as iridescent effects determine its unique design.
The LOFTFLOOR is innovative because it highlights a noble concrete look and at the same time provides the user with all the qualitative advantages of a durable industrial floor.
- non-slip matte finish in accordance with BGR 181 R 9
- mechanical and chemical resistant
- declared according to DGNB and LEED
- low abrasion
- fire protection class Cfl-s1
- easy to clean and disinfect
The LOFTFLOOR can be installed with a matte or satin finish. Qualitative benefits such as high color stability characterize our LOFTFLOOR as a design floor. A matte surface with slip-resistance class R 9 provides for sure-footed walking.
The color palette is based on the BARiT color chart for the current concrete look.
The LOFTFLOOR is based on a two-component, low-emission, solvent-free, polyurethane resin. Excelling in factors for "Building green" this surface coating has achieved 7.5 out of a possible 10 points for LEED and DGNB in environmental quality.
Abrasion resistance, chemical resistance, high resistance to light and UV stability as well as the high elasticity of this coating are all functional requirements that our LOFTFLOOR meets. The elasticity of the coating provides good dampening properties that also makes standing and walking on this surface extremely comfortable.
It can be installed on top of calcium-sulfate based false and subflooring, cement as well as anhydrite flooring, and especially on heated flooring. The coating is installed in a layer of 2 - 3 mm thickness. BARiT´s LOFTFLOOR has a high chemical resistance against salts, urine, cooking oils and food acids. The dense surface is water-repellent, dirt resistant and can be easily cleaned.Datasheet
|BARiT card of colours
|> 100 °C
|Bending tensile strength DIN 1164**
|Grade of gloss
|to resistance list and self test
Working under conditions of:
|Fire behaviour DIN EN 13501-1
|Cfl-s1, hardly inflammable
|Compression strength DIN 1164**
|120 °C temporarily / 40 °C consistently
|DGNB / LEED
|declaration 7,5 point
|Adhesive pull strength DIN EN 24624
|> 1,0 N/mm²
|Meets the requirements of AgBB
|Anti-slip Class DIN 51130
|resisting to UV with finish
Curing time at 20°C:
|Adhesion strength on concrete
|> 2 N/mm² (fracture on concrete)
crack bridging according to DIN EN 1062-7
test temperature: + 23 °C
ultimate tensile strength DIN EN ISO 527
test temperature: + 23°C