Buffing in a larger sense is an act of polishing the floor to enhance its attractiveness and its shine. A shiny and clean floor will always reflect that the owner who is a healthy minded person with pride and integrity maintained just like his or her floor looks like.
In order to achieve a clean and shiny floor, you would need a buffing machine. A Buffing machine also known as floor buffer resembles much more like a vacuum cleaner in appearance but has a bigger base and usually is large and heavier in comparison. It leaves behind the shine by scrubbing and brushing by dislodging the dirt. Using floor buffing on concrete floors by these machines protects the floor surfaces to a much larger extent which helps in the durability and maintenance at the same time.
The Concrete Buffing machine is a device which is capable of cleaning and polishing the hard surface of the concrete with a lot of precision and ease. With its soft brushes, it gives the concrete floor a great finish by removing the grim and dirt on it.
They have some most amazing features ingrained in themselves. These can well adjust to any type of floor. It has easy sets of controls and steering handle and thus helps the user to clean the concrete floor with fewer problems and gives desired results. With the added advantage of excellent speed controls the work becomes much easier to finish through these amazing Buffing machines.
These machines are best used for cleaning agents complimenting each other to produce a clean and shiny surface from grime and dirt. In most of the cases, the liquidis first sprayed on the floor and then the buffering is done.
Just like store or marble, the Polishers work basically the same way on concrete. The Buffing machines have a varied effect based on speed, the rotation of the tool and the weight of the tool. Certain other factors like density, grit, speed and the rotation of the operator move the machine can also change the effect to the machine to the concrete.
Process for producing a polished floor
Using the buffer machine, first, the concrete floor is scored with diamond abrasive grits. This can be performed depending upon the situation like ether on a dry or wet surface. However, the dry exposes workers as well as the HVAC systems in the surrounding area with amorphous silica dust,however. Once the concrete is open a densifier is applied so that it gets well prepared to receive and accept the chemical. After the densifier dries down and gets cured, few of the resin abrasive cuts will be used to polish the floor to the desired gloss and for better results. After this procedure, a concrete microfilm is used. This gives the floor a finished and a glossy look which also strengthens the surface of the floor. After the much hard work and patience finally, the surface is clean and complete which is pleasing to eyes.
Xtreme Polishing Systems
2200 NW 32nd Street, Suite 700, Pompano Beach, FL 33069.
Phone: 877–958- 5264