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20/06/2017 Mark 1 Comment

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The new LOBACURE system

The new LOBACURE system is a new generation of low-emission, waterborne finishes for floor polishing that are cured instantly at the building site with the help of mobile UV-curing unit. The main advantage is that there is no longer a waiting period for the finished surface to cure before use. The finish reaches full hardness and usability instantly with UV curing.

Application Process

  • Professionally sand the surface.
  • Apply First coat – WS Easy Prime
  • Dry time 1 Hour
  • Apply 2nd Coat – WS Rush
  • Dry Time 4-6 Hours
  • Cure with UV light
  • Buff back the coats
  • Apply 3rd Coat – WS Rush
  • Dry Time 4-6 Hours
  • Cure with UV Light

Key Features

  • Scratch resistance
  • Chemical resistance
  • Increased slip resistance with “anti-slip” version
  • Coloured finishes available
  • Waterborne and practically solvent-free

Immediate Usability

Owing to the immediate usability of the surface after UV curing, revenue losses are reduced to the smallest possible time frame. The downtime for most refurbishing projects, as a rule, is at least 3-5 days. This is the time required for a normal finish to fully cure. With this system the finish cures instantly with the help of mobile UV-curing unit.

This means that the finished floors are fully cured and usable immediately following the UV-curing process.

The curing process with mobile UV unit is carried out 3 hours after the UV finish is applied.

If you would like to know more about the Loba UV cured system, give Mark at Floor a call on 0438 777 561.

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With the new LOBACURE system, Brisbane residents now have access to a cutting-edge solution for floor polishing. This innovative system revolutionizes traditional floor finishing processes, offering numerous benefits and advantages.

Enhanced Performance and Durability

The LOBACURE system ensures exceptional performance and durability for polished floors. With its low-emission, waterborne finishes, it provides superior scratch and chemical resistance, making it ideal for areas with heavy foot traffic and exposure to potentially damaging substances. Moreover, its UV curing technology enables immediate usability, eliminating the need for extended curing times.

Efficient Application Process

One of the standout features of the LOBACURE system is its efficient application process. Professional sanding and the application of WS Easy Prime and WS Rush coats are followed by a brief drying period. The use of UV light for curing further accelerates the process, reducing downtime and allowing for quicker project completion.

Customizable Finishes

With the LOBACURE system, homeowners have the flexibility to choose from a variety of finishes to suit their preferences and interior design aesthetic. Whether opting for traditional finishes or exploring coloured options, the system offers versatility in achieving desired floor appearances.

Eco-Friendly Solution

Environmentally conscious consumers will appreciate that the LOBACURE system is waterborne and practically solvent-free, with a solvent content of less than 0.3%. This eco-friendly approach ensures minimal environmental impact without compromising on performance or quality.

Reduced Revenue Losses

By eliminating the waiting period typically associated with traditional floor finishing methods, the LOBACURE system significantly reduces revenue losses for refurbishing projects. With immediate usability following UV curing, businesses and homeowners can resume regular activities without prolonged interruptions.

Overall, the LOBACURE system sets a new standard for floor polishing, offering enhanced performance, efficiency, and environmental sustainability. To experience the benefits firsthand and learn more about this innovative solution, check out our blog.

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