Inspired by the classic terrazzo Veneziani, BARiT developed an epoxy resin-bound terrazzo. This flooring is grinded several times in order to achieve the particularly elegant appearance.
The TERRAZZO-VENEZIANI offers all creative possibilities for the restoration of historic buildings and for modern design concepts through the variety of coloured aggregates. With craftsmanship inlaid work, moulding and logos can be integrated for a defining look.
- slip-resistant in accordance with BGR 181 R 9
- chemical and mechanical stability
- suitable for wheelchairs
- easy to clean and disinfect
- Fire classification Bfl-s1
The ideal starting point for the terrazzo look - including inlays, beading (friezes) or logos provided for by BARiT craftsmanship. Careful grinding of the surface provides for a truly noble terrazzo appearance.
TERRAZZO-VENEZIANI consists of epoxy resin and granules, installed in a layer 8-10 mm thick. Ribboned tracks made from stainless steel or aluminum incorporate ornaments and optical structures. The high wear resistance of TERRAZZO-VENEZIANI makes it suitable for installation in mechanically stressed and high traffic areas. This covering is installed without any joints or edges, eliminating any hazards for tripping. Due to its seamless surface, TERRAZZO-VENEZIANI is easy to clean and maintain.
It can be installed on top of calcium-sulfate based false and subflooring, cement as well as anhydrite flooring, and especially on heated flooring.Datasheet
|Light-Temperature resistance||100 °C temporarily / -30 °C to +70 °C consistently|
|Anti-slip Class DIN 51130||R9, R11|
|Grade of gloss||silk gloss or mat|
|Bending tensile strength DIN 1164**||> 10 N/mm²|
|Solid matters||100 %|
|Compression strength DIN 1164**||> 40 N/mm²|
|Light-fastness||conditionally resisting to UV|
|Flash point||> 100 °C|
|Fire behaviour DIN EN 13501-1||Bfl-s1, hardly inflammable|
|Barefoot Suitability DIN 51097||B and C|
|Grain||BARiT card of grains|
|Adhesive pull strength DIN EN 24624||> 1,0 N/mm²|
Working under conditions of:
|VOC Emission||Meets the requirements of AgBB|
|Chemical resistance||to resistance list and self test|
Curing time at 20°C: