Offers a complete line of corrosion resistant materials.
A specific Brick or Tile lining system can be designed
by selecting the necessary components & tailoring
a system, which offers maximum protection for each
Brick/TILE food/Pharmaceutical plant flooring system
engineered by CHEMIPROTECT ENG. provides excellent
chemical resistant combined with durability and an
attractive appearance. This flooring system is highly
recommended to industries like:
- Beverage plants
- Food processing & packaging plant
- Pharmaceutical plants etc.
- Paper & Pulp
These flooring systems provides a broad range of
resistance to the chemical attack, physical abuse & thermal
cycling, commonly found in above industries. Brick
or Tile flooring systems provides a permanent solution
to corrosion problems in virtually any food processing
SUBSTRATE: The concrete substrate should be sound, clean, dry,
and free from any contamination. Proper slope should
be maintained in all areas.
BEDDING MORTAR: The bedding mortar in the direct
lining system provides adhesion of brick and/or tile
to the substrate, and also acts as a protective layer
beneath the brick or tile. MIPRO-E bedding mortar
is a smooth spreading epoxy mortar, resistant to
dilute acids, alkalis & some solvents. It is
applied at a thickness of 6mm to the properly prepared
substrate using a notched or straight trowel.
JOINTING MORTAR: CHEMIPROTECT ENGINEERS can provide
a suitable mortar for joints filling dependent upon
chemical exposure. This mortar may be installed using
the tilesetter's method of the bricklayer's method.
Using the tile setter's method, the brick or tile
is placed into the soft bedding mortar. Joints should
be 4-5mm wide. After the soft bedding mortar has
set, the joints are filled with selected MIPRO brand
jointing mortar. Following proper cure, the floor
is cleaned to remove any jointing mortar residue.
BRICK OR TILE: Brick or tile selection is determined
by the service conditions of the area. 10mm to 25mm
thick tile or 37mm & 75mm thick brick are typically
used. For a more attractive appearance, the face
of the brick or tile should be protected with wax
to prevent the mortar adhering to the surface. Steam
cleaning, or hot water then removes this wax.