Qualitop Titanium is the ideal dry-shake concrete surface hardener for hard-working floors – such as heavy industry, or freight terminals.
- Heavy industry and engineering
- Logistics and freight terminals
- Aircraft hangars
- Railway workshops
- Military bases
- Utility works
Qualitop Titanium is a mix of aggregates, cement, colour pigments and small metal particles, blended into a powder. Applied to the top of a fresh concrete slab, it cures to form a hard topping, protecting the concrete floor surface underneath.
Excellent impact resistance and point load
Qualitop Titanium is specially formulated to provide excellent impact resistance and point load. This makes it ideal for reducing the risk of damage to the floor where there will be heavy machinery using the building, or where equipment or tools may fall onto the floor.
The metal particles in Qualitop Titanium are non-oxidising. This means the floor will keep its bright appearance and will resist discolouration, without the need for any further surface treatment to prevent rusting.
The metal particles make Qualitop Titanium very hard-wearing. This surface hardener will add years of durability and protection to the floor.
Return on investment
For those who want to build a concrete floor that will last, this product offers an excellent return on investment. Choosing a high specification product such as Qualitop Titanium also opens up possibilities for how a building can be used in its lifetime, adding versatility and value.
Range of colours
Adding a concrete surface hardener is a very cost-effective way to achieve a coloured concrete floor. Qualitop Titanium is available in Rocland’s standard range of colours – so your floor can be functional and stylish! Please download our colour guide for details. If you would like to see a product sample, or photographs of finished projects, please contact our technical advisers.
Qualitop Titanium can be applied as a dry-shake powder, sprinkled on top of a freshly-laid concrete slab. It can also be applied by pre-mixing it with water and applying it as a slurry on top of freshly-laid concrete (known as wet-on-wet, or fresh-on-fresh application). Further application details are given in the technical datasheet, and the videos below also show examples of the two types of application.
For technical specifications and information about coverage, please refer to our technical datasheet. If you have any questions about product suitability or usage, please contact our technical staff – we will be pleased to help you.
It is advisable to use a dust mask and gloves when handling this product. Please refer to our Material Safety Data Sheet for further details of how this product should be stored and handled.