All useful material for a team of three workers

All useful material for a team of three workers.

Techniques

Different preparation techniques can be envisaged depending on the condition of the support, such as, for example, chemical pickling, mechanical cleaning, scarification, sandblasting, high pressure cleaning, thermal pickling. The general condition of the substrate determines the most suitable techniques to use. Trowel laying, trowel laying, laying with ruler, laying with guides, final finishing by hand, final machine finishing, helicopter, How do we do it? Make a screed, make a patch, make a screed in reinforced concrete. Different RESIMARMO® products are used. RESIPRIMER (Promoter of adhesion, it allows to favor adhesion to the support). RESIMPER (solves problems related to poor sealing). RESIFIX (Single-component polyurethane resin, mixed with marble aggregate, creates the RESIMARMO® compound which can be applied to a rigid and solid surface). RESIPROTEC (Polyurethane resin, it constitutes the finishing step in the case of use with an intense passage). The profiles define the area of application of RESIMARMO® and serve as a reference in order to guarantee a constant coating thickness. It is advisable to use anodised aluminum profiles. The thickness of the profiles can be between 8 and 15 mm. The greater the surface irregularity, the thicker the profile. They will be cut to the exact measurement to obtain a final result of high quality, which also includes the cutting of the angles at 45 °. To fix the profiles, a hot glue gun is the most suitable method. The glue gun, is an electric tool for melting and applying hot-melt adhesive into sticks. A trigger advances the glue stick as it merges. This method of sizing is to be preferred because once applied, the adhesive solidifies quickly. Thanks to its fast grip, it allows to correct the variations in the level of the support, on which RESIMARMO® will be applied.

 

RESIMARMO characteristics - House Zwadziland

House Zwadziland.

 

What’s

RESIMARMO® ?

 

What’s ?

It is a coating consisting of 95% marble aggregates mixed with a polymer binder (5% product). It guarantees not only decorative characteristics but also high drainage.

First of all, it is a binder capable of guaranteeing the final compound characteristics, not only decorative but also high drainage. The characteristics of marble aggregates + resin make them easily adaptable to complex geometric situations. In addition, the variety of colors available allows you to make drawings or patterns of all kinds. The ease of processing and installation is conducive to geometric shapes as oblong shapes. The only limit will be your imagination.

The characteristics of RESIMARMO®

RESIMARMO® allows you to create surfaces that meet the basic requirements. The main features are:

 

RAINING

 

The high degree of drainage capacity is one of the strengths of RESIMARMO® and depends on the particular size of the aggregates. The rapid drying of the material is provided by the space between the aggregates for easy passage of water.

 

SUSTAINABLE

 

The materials used for making RESIMARMO® floors are of high quality. are of high quality. The marble aggregates are carefully selected which guarantees the solidity of our works.

 

ADHERENT

 

The adhesion characteristics of RESIMARMO® make it possible to reduce falls and even prevent slipping on damp surfaces. The increased friction effect with water is completely cancelled out with RESIFIX® making it the safest floor covering.

 

UV RESISTANT

 

The RESIMARMO® surfaces, even when exposed to intense light, no jaundice. The aliphatic RESIFIX® aliphatic is capable of stopping and neutralizing the action of UV rays.

 

ANTI-STAIN

 

RESIFIX® gives an impermeable soil protection to water for marble rollers. This specials characteristics gives RESIMARMO® this extraordinary quality of stain resistance.

CUSTOM

 

RESIMARMO® adapts to suits the tastes and needs of each customer client. With 12 basic colors permanently available RESIMARMO® allows the combination of more than 24 000 colors and the creation of unique designs, “ONLY” for your home.

 

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RESIMARMO characteristics - Alley coating of marble white

Alley coating of marble white

 

Technical certifications obtained

  • ETA : European Technical Assessment document Nº 06/0263 – CE marking : 10 and 25 years.
  • Flat roof external fire exposure Nº 06/32301345
  • Roof 45º fire resistance Nº 08/32309237
  • Root perforation no RESIMPER Nº 07/32305556 with RESIMPER Nº 07/32305557
  • Abrasion Taber Nº 10/101.729-1626
  • QUALICONSULT : Notebook of Technical Terms CCT nº 50 712 004 096 MS
  • BBA : British Board of Agreement 11/4836
  • IETcc report 19.221-II (2007) on thermal resistance.

 

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Phases of work

 

 

The phases of work - Installation of RESIMARMO on the-pavement of an Italian house

Installation of RESIMARMO on the-pavement of an Italian house.

More and more often, customers express the desire to do it themselves, their project of outdoor terraces. Apart from the satisfaction of doing on his own, his work, the need to save his money pushes most customers to pose alone, their marble gravels. In fact, the installation is about 30% of the overall sum of the project.

These “precious euros”, we propose you to use them for other things, making your own pose, and we have provided many aids for this realization.

A basic training for the installation of your RESIMARMO® soil accompanies each of you during the duration of its project. It explains to customers, even without special skills, how to install its marble gravels.

To help you succeed, one documentation and of the advices are ready to accompany you throughout the laying of your marble gravel.

  • Immediately after the signature of the order and the payment of the first installment, a complete technical documentation is sent to you automatically.
  • Several videos can be downloaded from our websites to help you prepare your project.
  • You also have a “Technical Hotline” by e-mail or you can ask all your questions. This “Hotline” can also answer by phone for an urgent need if necessary. 

Our primary concern is your satisfaction in the realization of your project. Like many of our customers, you will be satisfied with our installation assistance services.

 

Trust us and to you trust

(we will always be there by your side, during

the duration of your RESIMARMO® floor covering installation.)

 

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Follow the different phases of work below…

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These are the phases of work RESIMARMO®. You have seen that it is quite possible to do it yourself ! It takes just a little care and a little patience in the different phases of laying.

The substrate must be cohesive and free from dust. It must also be stable and must not “work” after the installation of RESIMARMO®. It is imperative to saturate it with a primer (the anhydride screeds are for example very absorbent). Otherwise, the resin may be absorbed by the support and therefore not be available to bond the marble aggregates. Smooth substrates such as tiles (yes, it is possible) or floor resins (also possible) must be sanded beforehand. Check that all the tiles are still adhering by striking them with a metallic object. Wooden floors (yes, it is still possible) must be perfectly stabilized. The substrate must be sound, dry and free from any moisture. The decking floors must be waterproofed. Outside the profiles must be fixed so as to allow the water to pass from below. If the support does not have a slope or counter-slope it must be drilled to remove the water retention.

In a bathroom a liquid screed must be applied to protect the support from possible water damage. In addition, the marble aggregate perfectly matches the reliefs: it is the ideal floor covering for your renovation of floors.

 

What do you think ?

Do you feel able to do the laying of your flooring yourself ?

If you answer yes, then you will save your money.

You will have for much cheaper, a sublime flooring!

 

Go here to order your RESIMARMO® exterior flooring.

 

 

 

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The techniques

 

 

The techniques - Installation of RESIMARMO on the-pavement of an Italian house

Installation of RESIMARMO on the-pavement of an Italian house.

 

 

The techniques RESIMARMO

The techniques of preparation of the support:

Different techniques for preparing the support can be envisaged according to its state, such as for example:

  • Chemical stripping,
  • Mechanical cleaning,
  • Scarification,
  • Sandblasting,
  • High pressure cleaning,
  • Thermal stripping.

The techniques of poses

The general condition of the substrate determines the most suitable techniques to use.

  • Troweling,
  • Fixing to the trowel,
  • Pose to the rule,
  • Installation with guides,
  • Final finishing by hand,
  • Final machine finishing,
  • Final surfacing with the electric helicopter,

 

The techniques for stable supports

How do we do it ? How to apply the right techniques ?

  1. Make a lean or
  2. Make a reinforced concrete screed.
  3. Make a patch,

Different RESIMARMO® products are used.

 

The techniques - All useful material for a team of three workers

All useful material for a team of three workers.

 

RESIPRIMER (adhesion primer, it allows to favor adhesion to the support).

RESIFIX (single component polyurethane resin, mixed with marble aggregate, creates the RESIMARMO® compound which can be applied to a rigid and solid surface).
RESIMPER (solves problems related to poor sealing).
RESIPROTEC (polyurethane resin, it constitutes the finishing step in the case of use with an intense passage).
RESITEX is a geotextile used to reinforce the soil on which RESIMARMO® is applied
The profiles define the area of ​​application of RESIMARMO® and serve as a reference in order to guarantee a constant coating thickness. It is advisable to use anodised aluminum profiles. The thickness of the profiles can be between 8 and 15 mm.
The greater the surface irregularity, the thicker the profile. They will be cut to the exact measurement to obtain a high quality end result, which also includes the cutting of the angles at 45 °. So much for the curbing techniques.

To fix the profiles, a hot glue gun is the most suitable method. The glue gun is an electric tool used to melt and apply hot-melt glue into sticks. A trigger advances the glue stick as it melts. This method of sizing is to be preferred because once applied, the adhesive solidifies quickly. Thanks to its fast setting, it allows to correct the variations in the level of the support, on which RESIMARMO® will be applied.

You will see more precisely the different phases of work for the installation of the RESIMARMO® product here.

Do not hesitate to try the adventure yourself, you will be accompanied throughout your production, by a paper documentation and explanatory and explicit videos. In addition you can always contact us urgently for advice at the following number:

 

 

The techniques - Phone number

 

Or by e-mail at the following address:

 

technical.service@resimarmo.com

 

Good achievement and success of your project. Accompanied by our services, we wish you every success!

The whole team of RESIMARMO® France.

 

 

 

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History of marble

 

Trevi Fountain in Rome

Trevi Fountain in Rome.

Marble has been used since ancient times as a material for sculpture and for architecture. The low refractive index of calcite, the main component, allows light to “penetrate” the surface of the stone before it is reflected, and gives this material (and especially white marbles) a special luminosity.

The term “marble” derives from the Greek marmaros, which means “resplendent stone”, in antiquity it indicated any “lustrable” stone, that is to say, the surface of which could be lustered by means of polishing.

Geology of marbles

Marbles (in the modern sense) are initially hard, metamorphic limestones with very low porosity; They are all of lower “Devonian” or lower “Carboniferous” age and deposited in an interval of 50 million years, between 380 and 330 million years. Subsequent to their deposition, they would have undergone a complete crystallization under the influence of physico-chemical phenomena called “metamorphism”, in which the pressure, temperature and action of vapors from the deep parts of the globe intervene.


Greek marbles

 

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Pentelic marble, detail of a decorative molding of the Erechtheion temple, on the Acropolis temple of the goddess Athena.


Ancient Greece possessed many marble quarries, with many precious varieties of ancient white marbles (Thasos, Paros, Naxos, Pentelic).

Marble was therefore widely diffused since the beginnings of Greek art.

The Greek temples originally made of wood, covered with baked clay painted in bright colors will gradually be built in marble (in the Cyclades) or in gray limestone (in the Peloponnese) thus reaching exceptional and monumental dimensions. In this new architecture, everything from stone, including framework, functional elements, reach a purely decorative value. The ringlets of the columns, which were originally the straps of wooden columns, become simple decorations.

The use in classical architecture is spreading, mainly from the monuments and temples of the Acropolis of Athens from the 5th century BC. not. È.

The Parthenon is entirely built in blocks of pentelic marble.

The Roman marbles

 

The monument to the glory of Emmanuel II of venice

The monument to the glory of Emmanuel II of venice.

 

Influenced by Greek culture, marble was regarded in ancient Rome as a particularly precious material, and as new territories were conquered, Rome began to import. The high cost of transporting quarries, which were often far away from the place of employment, initially made it a luxury material, which was used for public monuments or for the rich interior decoration of private homes.

At the time of the Roman Republic, the first temples built entirely of white marble (2nd century BC, the temple of Victorian Hercules at the Forum Boarium) used marbles imported from the Greek quarries, (Greece became a Roman province in 146 BC) with the intention of impressing the “public” with the massive use of this very costly and culturally significant material.

Also during the 2nd century BC. Began the quarrying of Luni (the hamlet of Ortonovo, now known as “Carrara marble”), which represented a good quality substitute for the white marble imported from Greece. But the reputation of marble as a luxury material did not change.

The Modern Marbles

It was towards the 15th and 16th centuries that the taste for marble regained vigor, thanks to the Renaissance, whether it was Italian (Rinascimento) and then French. The glorious reigns of the sovereign Medici of Tuscany completely raised the use of marble. Michelangelo had recognized and proved that the study of antiquity was the true guide to good taste in the art of sculpture. The construction of the church of St. Peter at Rome showed the fortunate advantage of the ancient marbles. Rome, Florence and Pisa became famous by their own ruins. The Medici rediscovered the marble throughout Europe.

In France, marble took on a political dimension and became a national identity. Louis XIV had the castle of Versailles built using the finest materials and the most expensive of the kingdom. “Louis XIV wanted to make Versailles the showcase of France, a political and diplomatic showcase first, an artistic and technological showcase later, a showcase of know-how” (Citation). Colbert, the king’s superintendent, sought out the lost or unrecognized quarries of the Pyrenees, Languedoc, Provence, etc… to find all nuances of marbles that made the success of the French careers.

But the marble of very high quality !

Vary in her its colorations and tones !

Expensive because rarer !

Synonymous of wealth !

Will remain forever…

The Italian Marble

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 The Marble RESIMARMO®

The marbles of RESIMARMO® are extracted and treaties exclusively in Italy. This characteristic assures a precise control of the different stages of treatment. Different types exist in the world, but they don’t have an as large range of colors nor such features. You will find the main RESIMARMO® colors below for the markets in Europe.

 

Colors Bianco carrara - BotticinoColors Bardoglio chiaro - ArabescatoColors Rosa corallo - Giallo sienaColors Giallo mori - Brescia perniceColors Verde Alpi - Rosso veronaColors Giallo mori - Brescia pernice

 

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