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Easy to fit, temporary manhole covers with a 4 tonne load point
Protect Your Surfaces From Unwanted Damage
Protect finished surfaces during construction phases with TecDura mat systems. Leaves no residue on removal
Anti-Slip Top Coat
TecDura anti-slip top coat helps create a safer working environment for your teams
A pendulum test value of 63 when wet
Simply peel and protect surfaces
Prevent pre-cast concrete from getting damaged or slippery
Providing the ultimate temporary solution for protecting surfaces during construction, refurbishment and fit out
Voidex Temporary Manhole Cover
TecDura site protection Products
Crest Nicholson - Chiswick
Crest Nicholson had making good costs of £50,000 after they used corrugated plastic to protect their wooden floorsread more
Brookfield Multiplex - Aldgate Tower
Brookfield Multiplex used Stickymat to protect steel encased raised access flooringread more
GB Building Solutions - Millbrook
GB Building Solutions needed to proetct an exterior surface from foot traffic, machinery and cement damage. They chose Stickymat HD to get the job done!read more
Wates - Oxford Street
Wates had a flight of precast concrete stairs that needed to be covered against damage and improve the saftey of the area during high footfall periodsread more
Overbury PLC - Wimbledon
Wimbledon L.T.A. needed to protect their staircases during refurbishmentread more
Tecdura is simple to apply
Tecdura is simple to apply. The Product Guide gives full and coherent instructions on application and use, which if followed will ensure that there will be no problems from start to finish.
TecDura is extremely safe to apply providing a few simple guidelines are followed and the correct personal protection equipment is used. In order that a proper COSHH assessment can be carried out please follow the guidance on the MSDS (material safety data sheets).
Why protect your surfaces?
One of the major costs in both time and money during construction, refurbishment and even basic D.I.Y projects is caused by having to replace damaged surfaces.
Whether it’s a work boot scratch on a timber floor or paint, plaster and grout spillages drying to kitchen counters and windows; the cleaning up and repairing process can be a painful and time consuming task. Not to mention the money spent replacing the material if it can’t be repaired.
In fact, if you were to ask anyone what their biggest turn off for starting their own refurbishment or D.I.Y project would be you can guarantee you will get 2 replies:
- Cleaning up
Most construction workers or serious D.I.Y’ers will actually enjoy the physical act of painting, plastering, sawing, varnishing… but they want to get started quickly and they want to finish cleanly. Think back to your days of trying to tape newspaper to the floor, using dustsheets that would reveal soaked through stains when you removed them or even the dreaded plastic sheeting which conspired to trip you up at every move of your ladder!
Now forget all of that and let TecDura take away the pain and the heart ache of the ‘damaged surface syndrome’.
Our protection comes in a variety of different grades to meet your needs whether it’s protecting a concrete staircase from spilled render or stopping liquid from soaking through to stain your parquet floor.
Just quickly roll out our geotextile mats and they will securely adhere to the surface, keeping them in place and preventing rucking up. This means no flapping about of dust sheets, no taping down and no tripping over bunched up fabric.
Each TecDura mat is totally liquid proof so even the most drip happy of workers can feel safe in the knowledge that nothing will seep through. With a full seal to the surface any dirt, grit or grime is also prevented from getting underneath. When you’re done, roll the mat back up to keep all the debris contained. Simple!
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