We achieve two kinds of moulds : the wooden moulds and the elastomer
and resin moulds
Resistant et economic; it is used when the surface finition is not critical..
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Four layers of polyurethan painting, pulverized in painting cabin. A
high resistance to the concrete agression and a high quality finition
for element with complex form.
Stratified finition (a
A stratified sheet glued on the mould surface giving it a slope aspect.
Te resistance of the stratified mould is more important that the painting
moulds one. However, this stratification can not be achieved one complex
and resine moulds
- Elastomere moulds
- Matrix with aspect (stone, wood, ...)
- Fonctional matrix (briquette...)
- Polyester moulds
We working with three different materials:
Used when the life of the moulds shall be consequent, or when the
element presents a high complexity. The stripping stage is also, facilitated,
especially for some concrete like DUCTAL.
More than the polyurethan advantages, silicon do not require any stripping
wax. It gets also a very high life time and a high fineness.
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Contrarely to the two last components, polyester is rigid.