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Possibly the Flattest Floor in the World!

June 1, 2012

“Operation of our STILL narrow-aisle forklifts and all their functionalities can now continue without any restrictions whatsoever. The driving behaviour and resulting level of comfort, the obvious improvement in safety and the velocities that can now be achieved, even at great heights, confirm our opinion that the grinding work will lead to a sustainable reduction of operating costs.”
Following extensive development and testing, Concrete Grinding Ltd’s recently launched and ground breaking Laser Grinder® XPT, has successfully completed its first two very Read More

First-rate Floor Improves Trucks Efficiency

September 3, 2011

“…the operation of our VNA trucks within the 107 aisles totalling more than 4,500 linear metres of our 50,000 sq.m facility is flawless.”
The floor at a new Very Narrow Aisle (VNA) warehouse facility in Greece was recently completed by Eurolit Industrial Flooring who represents Concrete Grinding Ltd in Greece.
The floor of the distribution centre, belonging to a well known supermarket chain Masoutis S.A in Greece, was built by Eurolit using Laser Screed construction to meet at least with Read More

The Italian Job

June 1, 2011

Concrete Grinding Ltd has successfully completed their LARGEST EVER FLOOR GRINDING CONTRACT in linear meters for a global glassware company in Italy.
The client’s new DC floor was originally built by a flooring contractor using Laser Screed construction to meet with DIN 18202 floor flatness specification. Whilst the racking was being installed, Trimmer S.r.l Profilegraph surveyed sample aisles and found they all failed to meet DIN 15185, the required floor flatness standard for VNA operation. TRIMMER S.r.l. contacted CONCRETE Read More

Making Australia Flat

June 1, 2011

CoGri Australia Pty Ltd has successfully completed their second Laser Grinding contract at a new warehouse facility in Queensland. The $4.8 million Queensland drill core facility will store up to 700 kilometres of rock samples and help boost mining exploration in the region. A Civil, Structural and Mechanical Engineering Company were commissioned by the client to build the new facility.
The project required 9 aisles of 35 linear metres to be ground to TR34 Appendix C DM1 specification. The Laser Grinding Read More

BIC Project in Athens

September 1, 2009

Concrete Grinding Ltd (CG) began the year with a return trip to Greece to work in partnership with Eurolit at a new facility for BIC-Violex SA in Athens constructed by Techniki Anodos SA.
The Process
See below:
1. Face Consultants survey the floor according to DIN 15185 before the racking installation.
2. The Laser Grinder ® ready to work without the racking being present.
3. Just after the completion of the racking installation.
Floor Survey
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