High-build Decorative Systems
Metallic swirls, patterns and sprays are the most common type of decorative epoxy finish and this module is all about doing them effectively. Total dry film thicknesses can range from 700-3000 microns/28-120 mils and results are more about aesthetics than performance, e.g. retail, residential and some commercial.
Key Learning Outcomes
To be able to select, design and apply a suitable decorative flooring system, taking into consideration conditions, substrate and project requirements.
Theoretical Assessment Criteria
- The typical capabilities and limitations of decorative systems with respect to properties such as finish, speed, wear/scratch/scuff resistance etc.
- The product selection and various application methods for decorative systems using plain, solid colours.
- The product selection and various application methods for decorative systems using metallic pigments.
- What a suitable maintenance program involves for decorative systems and how that depends on the finish and traffic demands.
Practical Assessment Criteria
- The effective application of high-build decorative flooring systems using plain, solid colours.
- The effective application of high-build decorative flooring systems using metallic pigments.
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