When it comes to moving heavy machinery, floor protection becomes a real issue. Traditionally strong products such as steel sheeting were required to take the weight of the machinery whilst protecting the floor adequtely. However, one drawback to steel sheeting is that it can damage the floor after repeated use.
A large engineering Machinery installer which works in various industries has started using our 3mm Proplex floor protection as a replacement to steel sheeting. It performs brilliantly and doesn’t mark the floors like the steel does.
To find out more about the 3mm Proplex and it’s other uses, click here.
Our Proplex surface protection stole the show in Channel 5’s new programme ‘Half Built House’ last night (July 24).
While interior designer, property renovator and presenter Sian Astley and the team tried to fix a DIY disaster in Eastbourne, our Proplex surface protection preserved the new wood flooring and tiles throughout the kitchen, dining and living room areas.
It meant that the ‘Half Built House’ team could get on with rebuilding the interior of the house – and meet the tough two-week deadline – without worrying about destroying the work they had already done on the floors.
Our temporary protection products are brilliant for these types of tight space and tight deadline projects. You can continue to work in-situ, different trades can follow each other quickly, there are no replacing damaged fixtures and fittings and less clean-up, which all saves time and money.
Proplex is a great material because it is economical, strong and very lightweight. It is tear, puncture and impact resistant and waterproof but easy to cut, crease and bend into shape. Proplex is available in 2mm, 3mm and 5mm thicknesses and it can be custom printed.
You can see the whole Half Built House episode on Demand 5 and check out Sian’s great blog, Moregeous.
Our Proplex Plastic Sheeting is great material for all sorts of applications such as floor protection, wall protection and all sorts of fittings such as worktops, appliances, cupboards and doors.
Depending on the application there is a size and thickness perfect for the job and here is a quick guide.
General Protection (Floors, Walls and Worktops) –
2.4m x 1.2m Proplex Sheets
Use: For standard protection against impact damage. Easily cut, creased and bent. Great for protecting floors with minimal foot traffic or applying vertically to walls. As it is easily cut and creased these sheets are perfect for altering the size to fit worktops or various other surfaces
Use: Higher degree of impact resistance, ideal for protecting floors with occasional heavy traffic
Use: For protecting Heavy traffic or extremely high value flooring Continue reading
Protec’s Temporary Carpet Protection film is a versatile and extremely effective low-tack self-adhesive carpet protection film, which can be used to protect your carpet from all kinds of damage, including dust and debris from refurbishment, drinks spillages and heavy foot traffic during refurbishment work or at parties.
This lightweight temporary carpet protection comes in four sizes:
- Standard (600mm x 100m)
- Standard (600mm x 25m)
- Wide (800mm x 100m)
- Extra Wide (1200mm x 100m)
When it comes to protecting floors there can be a number of issues and these can be wide and varying and this is primarily because types of flooring can be equally as wide and varying. Trying to find a versatile and all round, effective floor protection that can be used equally for timber, vinyl or stone can be a struggle.
The ever increasing dominance and expansion of Chinese commerce throughout the world is rarely out of the press in recent years with Chinese exports and funding integrating into everyday life in the UK and abroad. With this in mind it is unusual to encounter companies sourcing products from abroad to use in China but it is one such company that has chosen to procure Protec’s TK100 floor protection product to export over to China for a job they have won in Hong Kong.
When you’re looking for Floor Protection, there are many things to take into consideration before choosing which product you will use. We get asked a lot which type of product is right for certain environments, so we thought it would be beneficial to show the below document: these are guidelines from the Contract Flooring Association, specifically Section Nineteen which covers the use of temporary floor protection products.
We have a range of Floor Protection products on our website, including a Self-Adhesive Carpet Protector and Carpetshield® Flame Retardant Carpet Protection. If you have any questions about getting the right product for your floor protection, please give us a call on 0800 834 704.
Keeping paint and dirt off your carpets during redecoration is an important job. The last thing you want is to have to replace your carpets because some wayward paint or dirty boot prints got onto it. There are options available to you, like newspapers, or old dust sheets, but these aren’t particularly practical, and could easily be moved or tripped over.
When it comes to protecting your carpets during redecoration, our Carpet Protection Film is the ideal choice. It is both lightweight and able to protect against heavy foot traffic and damage.
Our unique Carpet Protection Film has been created with a low-tack adhesive, meaning it can be applied easily onto carpets and then removed without leaving any residue.
We’re often asked whether polythene sheeting is a suitable method of carpet protection. When we’re talking about our Tekgard TK200 Polythene Sheeting, it most definitely is.
Tekgard TK200 Polythene Sheeting creates a waterproof barrier to protect floors and carpeted surfaces from dirt, debris and spillages during construction, decorating and building projects.