The first jointless concrete floor with no saw cuts, PRIMX is a steel fiber-reinforced, no-shrink concrete flooring system. PRIMX contains steel fibers and two types of proprietary admixtures combined with ready-mix concrete to create a composite material.
More than 60 million square feet of PrimXComposite industrial flooring has been poured in distribution centers, warehouses and manufacturing sites. It’s even poised to be used for outdoor pavement and roads.
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PrimX, a steel fiber reinforced concrete (SFRC) containing proprietary additives to control hygral shrinkage, provides significant reductions in CO2 emissions per square meter and improved performance over traditional slab on grade systems.
PrimX saves 1M+ pounds of Co2 on the average industrial floor slab.
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Using quality materials and proven infrastructure from the outset can pay long-term dividends by improving ROI and reducing total cost of ownership. PrīmX’s unique jointless steel fiber composition is designed to eliminate the weak points that produce most maintenance issues found in traditional concrete flooring—promoting higher performance, driving long-term maintenance savings and improving design flexibility.
Traditional concrete needs to be cut in anticipation of cracks, sawing joints every 12 – 16 feet. Curling and shrinkage occur at joints, causing deterioration, regular maintenance, safety issues, and high repair costs. PrīmX is a patented, steel fiber reinforced, shrinkage compensating composite concrete. Joint maintenance and curling are eliminated and the floor is virtually […]
PrimX jointless concrete slabs on grade exceed traditional concrete’s performance on multiple levels.