Roads, runways and platforms

Where roads and water meet: surface heating for ferry landings. Synthetic joint connections between road surface and roadway. Heavy traffic. High stability of the road surface: the vulnerable stretches of road in front of traffic lights that require wear-resistance to frequent braking and acceleration. At airports: the force of F-16s landing and taking off makes especially great demands on standby platforms. Hangars with floors on which high-tech equipment is operated. Standby: day and night.

Expert knowledge of flooring materials, wearing courses and their application brings Bolidt into contact with:

Schiphol Amsterdam
Heathrow London
Gatwick London
Charles de Gaulle-Paris
Joseph Strauss-München
Kjang Kai Shek China

For platforms and bus lanes, Bolidt has seamless wearing courses, which are resistant to oil, petrol, kerosene and chemicals. Fluid-tight, UV-resistant finishes, wear-resistant and maintenance-friendly. Materials must be nearly indestructible, but aspects like safety, comfort and atmosphere are also important. Outside, the weather conditions also play an important part.

Bolidt has systems with a rough surface structure. Floors that fit seamlessly, resistant to chemicals and de-icing salts. The name Boligrip stands for durable synthetic wearing courses for wooden, concrete or steel substrates. It is anti-corrosive, weatherproof and resistant to UV-radiation. Besides, it is lightweight, wear-resistant and skid-resistant. In cooperation with Siemens Nederland N.V, Bolidt provides the solution for vital road sections, such as bridges, access and exit ramps, crossings, which can become slippery in winter. In this Bolidt/Siemens road surface heating system, the heating cable is 3 mm below the surface of the Boligrip wearing course.Runways and standby-by platforms have to be skid-resistant and fuel-resistant, while the broadcast material must fully adhere to the wearing course, to prevent damage to the aircraft engines. In the hangars: conductive floors because of the high-tech maintenance on aero planes. On the piers: a type of Bolidt wearing course with a high resistance to wear and tear, because cargo handling involves much transport.

For every question, a specific floor solution.

Bolidt has a worldwide experience on roads, runways and platforms. Succesfully we are working for:

Vliegbasis Leeuwarden
Schiphol Airport
KLM Hangar

Rotterdam Airport
Singapore Airport

Many different wearing course systems apply to roads, runways and platforms; from coatings with a thickness of 100 µ up to synthetic systems of 10 mm. Prices depend greatly on the size of the surface and the choice of system.

For a 1,000 m² prices range between € 25 per m² for a thin functional coating and € 150 per m² for an exceptionally high quality, state-of-the-art wearing course system.

To give you a more specific insight into our price structure, we invite you for a consultation to determine the most appropriate wearing course for your space.

Bolidt supplies state-of-the-art synthetic floor coverings on a worldwide basis. The floors meet the various electrical, chemical and mechanical requirements of the Roads, runways and platforms.

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