I think new Consolideck Grind-N-Fill is kind of cool because it takes a waste product — concrete dust from grinding — and re-purposes it into something useful.
Here’s how it works. You’re grinding a floor. Maybe you just want to smooth it out and get rid of the scuffs and scrapes. Maybe you’re taking it all the way to a polished finish. Doesn’t matter.
Just spray and spread Grind-N-Fill in front of the grinder, and grind over it. The dust mixes with Grind-N-Fill to create a slurry-like liquid that fills pinholes, small voids, pop-outs and micro-cracks in the floor. The liquid filler dries just as hard as the concrete. You get a smoother, more monolithic surface. It’s easier to polish, and it’s easier to keep clean because all those little nooks and crannies are filled.
The great thing is that you made the job go faster, because you’re not hooked up to a clunky electric vacuum. You also don’t have to dispose of dust by the pound. Here’s the official press release, by the way:
New treatment uses concrete grinding dust to automatically fill gaps in floors
PROSOCO’s new Consolideck® Grind-N-Fill uses the dust created while grinding concrete floors to automatically fill pinholes, small voids and pop-outs, micro-cracks and other gaps in the surface with a super-durable cementitious matrix.
Low-odor, VOC-compliant Grind-N-Fill creates a monolithic surface that polishes faster, easier and more effectively. With gaps, micro-cracks and imperfections filled, floors accept hardener/densifiers, protective treatments, color-stains and color-hardeners more evenly.
By eliminating nooks and crannies that trap and accumulate soil and other contaminants, Grind-N-Fill makes floors easier and more economical to maintain.
The simple-to-apply treatment dries fast and is suitable for any concrete floor undergoing grinding, from warehouse-industrial to highly polished-aesthetic floors.
For more information, contact Gary Henry at 785-830-7343 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.