ULTRASYNTEC - THE NAME BEHIND QUALITY RESIN FLOORING INSTALLATIONS
Resin flooring contractors UltraSyntec Ltd enjoy
an established reputation for excellence in the
resin flooring market, with a project portfolio covering applications and environments as diverse as food processing, sports stadia and industrial installations.
UltraSyntec specialises in the application of polyurethane and epoxy screeds and coatings developed to ensure reliability and long term durability, working only with market leading branded materials carrying manufacturers' own guarantees of performance.
With the focus on customer service, UltraSyntec seeks to provide fast and accurate advice for customers through its Sales Support and After Sales Service Team. The company operates only through its own trained and skilled workforce to maintain optimum control over quality and finish.
UltraSyntec is committed to the provision of an excellent service across all areas of the business, guaranteeing customers the right product at the right price, installed to the highest quality standards and backed up by performance guarantees.
TOM'S OPEN WATER SWIM!
It's wide, it's wet, it's cold but there aren't any sharks (or at least we don't think so!)
He may be 70 this year, but Tom Hoyle has decided it's time to compete in the Great North Swim, ploughing a mile through hostile waters on Lake Windermere just for the joy of knowing he's done it!
There's more to it than that, of course - Tom will be raising money for Overgate Hospice in Elland, where the staff do a fantastic job for the community of Calderdale.
If you'd like to sponsor Tom, it couldn't be easier and your support will be much appreciated. Go to Just Giving
HIGHLY COMMENDED AT THE FERFA AWARDS DINNER 2012
At the recent Ferfa awards dinner held on the 9th November 2012 Ultrasyntec were presented with the highly commended award in the small projects category.
From the outset Ultrasyntec and Resdev were aware of the exacting standards and floor finish required by the highly successful interior designers who include Halifax Plc. and Allied Donecq among their clients.
In the end a resin binded system (stone carpet) was chosen which worked perfectly for the client in both practicality and aesthetics.
YET ANOTHER FERFA AWARD FOR ULTRASYNTEC LTD
At the recent FeRFA Awards held in Novemeber 2011 resin flooring contractors Ultrasyntec Ltd., and Resdev Ltd., were winners of the Large Project Award (over 3000 Sq. Metres) which is an Award presented jointly by a Resin Manufacturer and Contractor involved in the project.
The project involved mechanically preparing 3,000 Sq. metres of flooring at VTL Automotives in Huddersfield.
One coat of Pumaprime SF Solvent Free Epoxy Primer was applied followed by two coats of Pumashiel High Build Epoxy Coating.
In addition to the above two areas of slip-resistant flooring were installed in front of delivery doors to ensure a safe working environment.
The challenge included a seven day window to fully complete, as heavy machinery was to be delivered from Germany for immediate installation. It had been agreed that no blastrack preparation marks were to be visible and demarcation lines between areas had to be crisp and precise.
Our customer was very satisfied with the end result and we were awarded two further Contracts' both of similar size to this.
ULTRASYNTEC COMPLETE INSTALLATION AT BOXFORDS STATE OF THE ART FACILITY
Ultrasyntec Ltd., mechanically prepared and Installed 3250 Sq. Metres of Chemically Resistant High Build Epoxy Coating at Boxfords new state of the art facility.
The work entailed a detailed colour coded floor plan involving three colours designating Fork Lift lanes, Pedestrian walkways and work areas.
In addition two areas of slip-resistant flooring were installed in front of delivery doors to ensure a safe working environment, particularly in wet weather.
ULTRASYNTEC COMPLETE SECOND MAJOR PROJECT FOR VTL AUTOMOTIVE GROUP
The job entailed mechanically preparing 1058 square metres of Power Floated Concrete using the Dust Free Blastracking System. We then carried out localised floor repairs.
450 Sq. Metres were then Squeegee/Roller applied with two applications of Mid-Blue High Build Epoxy Coating. A further 608 Sq. Metres were installed with two coats of Midnight Blue High Build Epoxy Coating having Dried Silica Sand Aggregate Broadcast into a first coat to provide a slip-resistant surface, suitable for Fork Lift Traffic.
Prior to commencement we provided VTL with a detailed Method Statement and Risk Assessment, including COSH details of all products used.
The work was carried out to the very exacting standards demanded by the Automotive Industry who are regularly assessed themselves by the major motor car Manufacturers.
ULTRASYNTEC COMPLETE EPOXY FLOORING CONTRACT AT MENWITH HILL
Resin flooring contractors Ultrasyntec Ltd., have recently completed a 4,000 Sq. Metre Epoxy Flooring Contract at the RAF Base at Menwith Hill in Harrogate, through Balfour Beatty Construction.
This was part of the refurbishment programme for the American Air Force and was carried out under an extremely High Security regime, with all operatives vetted prior to being allowed on site.
The work itself was to a very high standard, involving mechanical preparation, two coats of Damproof Membrane Epoxy Primer and two final coats of High Build Epoxy Coating with quality control checks at every stage of the work.
Detailed Method Statements, Risk Assessments and all COSH details were supplied by Ultrasyntec Ltd., with Health & Safety being very carefully monitored for the duration of the contract.
Unfortunately no pictures can be shown of this project due to high security restrictions within the compound.
ULTRASYNTEC - LOCAL RESIN FLOORING COMPANY WINS NATIONAL AWARD
Halifax-based resin flooring contractors UltraSyntec added yet another prestigious industry award to their growing collection at the recent national Awards Ceremony sponsored by industry governing body FeRFA (The Resin Flooring Association).
The Awards are hosted annually to recognise performance and achievement across the UK’s resin flooring industry. This is a growing marketplace, with these hardwearing materials now increasingly specified for decorative as well as industrial and commercial applications worldwide.
UltraSyntec Ltd won a special Highly Commended accolade in the Training category, because of the strength of its application and the measures the company was investing in to ensure that training underpins the entire company ethos. "We see continuous training as the way forward, not only to keep ahead of developments in the market but also to ensure optimum standards of quality and employee safety on site," stated Director Tom Hoyle.
FeRFA has been the leading authority for over 36 years on resin flooring systems, successfully promoting the benefits of resin flooring as a high performance solution for industrial and commercial applications. FeRFA continues to take a leading role in developing national and international standards for resin flooring.
Complying with British Standards
Ultra Step is a very durable, slip resistant product, ideal for all step styles. Whether for metal or concrete substrates, exterior or interior steps, Ultra Step is a quick application which meets the British Standard for slip resistance.
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Ultra Grip is a similar product to Ultra Step designed for use on larger areas such as parking stations, ramps and heavy fork lift truck areas along with pedestrian foot traffic to prevent skidding. Ideal for the automotive industry.
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Using heavy duty polyurethane screed incorporating a bauxite aggregate to the surface, Ultra PU provides an effective slip resistant floor with the durability of a heavy duty screed.
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Ultra Coat is designed to give excellent abrasion and slip resistance when combined with specific Ultra Grip aggregates. The grade of aggregate used is dependent upon the surface and characteristics in the area being treated.
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Anti-static grades of resin flooring are available in Types 3 to 8 (coatings, self-smoothing and trowel applied screeds). It is important for the specifier to understand that there is a wide range of products and properties available and to select the system that best meets the requirements for the working environment as a whole and to not treat the individual elements in isolation.
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