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Re: [sccpartners] epoxy terrazzo Kris Dougherty (26 Mar 2010 12:29 EDT)

Re: [sccpartners] epoxy terrazzo Kris Dougherty 26 Mar 2010 12:29 EDT

Fred,
I am very interested in the up coming school for inspector class. Can I
get a few references of past attendees?
Thank you.
Kris

Dr Fred wrote:
> Yes, there will be a certification test on Friday. Call me if you have
> any questions   828 301 9796
>
> On Fri, Mar 26, 2010 at 8:13 AM, Kris Dougherty
> <kris@marblefloorsandmore.com <mailto:kris@marblefloorsandmore.com>>
> wrote:
>
>     After the class will one be certified stone and tile inspector?
>     Kris
>
>     Dr Fred wrote:
>
>         the schedule of classes is at www.thestoneandtileschool.com
>         <http://www.thestoneandtileschool.com>
>         <http://www.thestoneandtileschool.com>. my next class is in
>         April, look under stone inspection
>
>
>         On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 11:39 PM, Kris Dougherty
>         <kris@marblefloorsandmore.com
>         <mailto:kris@marblefloorsandmore.com>
>         <mailto:kris@marblefloorsandmore.com
>         <mailto:kris@marblefloorsandmore.com>>> wrote:
>
>            When is the next class and where?
>            Kris
>
>            Dr Fred wrote:
>
>                 this is an epoxy terrazzo floor restored with a
>         sustainable
>                polishing method..NO CHEMICALS where used.
>                here is another
>
>
>
>                Ill be discussing this method in an upcoming seminar as
>         well
>                as my inspection class.
>
>                On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 11:29 AM, John Freitag
>                <jfreitag@thestoneandtileschool.com
>         <mailto:jfreitag@thestoneandtileschool.com>
>                <mailto:jfreitag@thestoneandtileschool.com
>         <mailto:jfreitag@thestoneandtileschool.com>>
>                <mailto:jfreitag@thestoneandtileschool.com
>         <mailto:jfreitag@thestoneandtileschool.com>
>
>                <mailto:jfreitag@thestoneandtileschool.com
>         <mailto:jfreitag@thestoneandtileschool.com>>>> wrote:
>
>                   Stu,
>
>                              I always approach epoxy terrazzo the same
>         as cement based
>                   terrazzo. In most cases the terrazzo installer diamond
>                grinds the
>                   floor up to 80 to 120 grit. In many cases they are using
>                diamond
>                   plug in their equipment. These diamond are usually most
>                aggressive
>                   than the diamond we use in the restoration business.
>
>                              The process I use on terrazzo both cement
>         based and epoxy are
>                   listed below.
>
>                   1.       If floor is coated with a wax or terrazzo
>         sealer I
>                strip
>                   the floor using a goo d alkaline based stripper.
>
>                   2.       If the floor has never been in a natural
>         polished
>                   condition, I start with a 50 grit resin diamond,
>         this will
>                   guarantee to remove any scratch patterns left behind
>         from the
>                   installers.
>
>                   3.       I continue to hone up to 400 or 800
>         depending upon the
>                   color of the terrazzo. If the terrazzo is a light
>         color I
>                stop at
>                   400, if the stone is black or green or dark colors I
>         stop
>                at 800
>
>                   4.       I then polish the floor with 5X polishing
>         powders
>
>                   5.       Then depending upon the finish I want I may
>         do light
>                   application of crystallization ( which is an
>         approved method of
>                   polishing from the Terrazzo Institute )
>
>                              on cement based terrazzo you can do
>         another process.
>
>                   1.       Strip the floor if necessary.
>
>                   2.       Diamond grind from 50 to 220
>
>                   3.       Apply a concrete densifier pour on terrazzo and
>                gkeep the
>                   surface wet for 45 minutes, then vac off the excess.
>
>                   4.       Apply a thin application of the densifer
>         using a
>                finish
>                   mop , do not leave any excess on the surface.
>
>                   5.        Allow the mopped on densifier over night
>
>                   6.       Hone 400,800             7.       Then
>         crystallize the finish the floor and the
>                cement will
>                   both polish and the shine and finish will be
>         outstanding                          If you need additional
>         information , please advise
>
>                   John E. Freitag
>
>                   President/Director
>
>                   The Stone and Tile School
>
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>
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>                                                    *From:*
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>                   *On Behalf Of *stuart rosen
>                   *Sent:* Wednesday, March 24, 2010 5:12 PM
>                   *To:* Restoration and Maintenance
>                   *Subject:* [sccpartners] epoxy terrazzo
>
>                              Hi All,
>
>                   Have to do a epoxy terrazzo job next week. Curious as to
>                what are
>                   some of the techniques used by others.
>
>                   We find a starting point with diamonds and go wet to
>         3500g
>                on our
>                   lavina, clean it up and call it a day( or in some
>         cases a
>                couple
>                   of days!)
>
>                   Any info would be great.
>
>
>
>                   --     Regards,
>                   Stu Rosen
>                   201-446-1200
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