THORTECH BRIDGES & MARINE DECK SYSTEMS
Our anti-slip & anti-skid surfacing systems are among the most advanced in the world. Whether it’s a bridge, linkspan, pontoon, Ro-Ro, PCTC, ship/marine deck or parking deck, anti-skid systems are almost always used in some form. Thortech Bridges & Marine have worked all over the world and in doing so, experienced that no project is ever the same. Therefore we treat each project individually, ensuring careful planning and organising is completed throughout.
Offering clients a turnkey solution, we can complete a project from start to finish including all aspects of a project such as:
- Removal of an existing anti-skid system
- Surface preparation such as enclosed shot-blasting or scarifying
- Laying priming systems
- Supplying and application of anti-skid/anti-slip surfacing
- Supplying all plant and tools
- Providing site welfare and barriers
- Removal of all excess materials and waste from the site
We use Bimagrip, Thorgrip or Traffideck systems among others to provide a hardwearing and odourless finish. Bimagrip or Thorgrip are hand applied to form an elastomeric, waterproof membrane that provides a totally unique alternative to traditional, waterproofing techniques.
Our anti-slip and impact-resistant systems may be applied to steel, concrete, tarmac and wood and are designed to manage large volumes of traffic. Whether you’re in need of a single or multi-layered system, our polyurethane surfaces are also fast curing and will, therefore, provide minimal disruption to opening.
The development of these systems has also been geared towards being environmentally friendly. Thortech makes use of recycled materials where possible, safely deposing all used resin containers in conjunction with our current waste certificates and company policies.
Our surfaces also provide the ideal waterproofing system, whether it is needed for a new build, or refurbish the existing surfacing.
Thortech has vast experience of working in areas where limited time is available, and quick turnarounds expected to avoid disruption of busy transport schedules.