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Stamped concrete floor

Plam Stampable. Resistant and customizable with valuable effects

Stamped concrete floor

The stamped concrete floor is a monolithic concrete surface, customizable with decorative effects of great value. The concrete is stamped with special rubber molds, which give life to decorations in imitation stone, brick, wood, tiles, rosettes and Greek frets. The final result is extremely realistic and of great aesthetic impact: the beauty of traditional coatings is perfectly reproduced, with superior performance and a very high possibility of chromatic customization. The stamped concrete floor is in fact very solid: resistant to time, wear, traffic and even the passage of heavy vehicles.

Swimming pools
Paths and patios
Rustic effect creative concrete
Parking and maneuvering areas
Parks and holiday villages

The stamped concrete floor is a monolithic floor, without joints. Because of this, it is easier to clean and has no places where water can infiltrate or where mosses and weeds can grow. It is also necessary to add special protective resins that make the floor resistant to oil and grease, water-repellent, anti-mold, anti-dust. Easy and quick to apply, Plam Stampable allows a considerable saving of time compared to the construction of traditional stone or tile floors. The stamped concrete floor does not require a structural screed or containment crease: once the substrate has been prepared, the concrete can be poured directly.

Immagine Plus
Base colors
Shades colors
Plam Hardening Render
  1. Formwork and electro-welded mesh laying;
  2. Spreading the concrete with additive with Coldpav or Hotpav and with Plam Fibre Isoplam;
  3. Application of colored Plam Hardening in 2 or 3 applications and smoothing of the surface;
  4. Application of the colored Plam Rele release agent;
  5. Molding and finishing with Isoplam tools and washing of the flooring with detergents and specific Isoplam equipment;
  6. Application of Plam Sealing/L or Plam Sealing/S resin.
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