Please take some time to read through some technical papers about LESA products. These articles have been sourced from our product partners or written by our team.
HIGH-END POLISHED CONCRETE
We’ve brought two of the world’s best products together in one easy-to-follow guide to explain how you and your installer can achieve and maintain your polished concrete floor now and for many years to come.
FOCUS ON INDUSTRIAL FLOOR JOINTS
The goal of this publication is to help you avoid joint deterioration problems in the future by gaining a better understanding of joints in industrial floors on ground and the critical design and construction issues involved in providing a floor joint system that will prove as durable as the floor itself.
JOINT FILLER TECHNICAL BULLETIN #8
This technical bulletin explains the ten reasons why you should care what floor joint filler is used in your new facility.
JOINT FILLER TECHNICAL BULLETIN #7
This technical bulletin explains how to detect and prevent defective joint filler installation work.
JOINT FILLER TECHNICAL BULLETIN #6
This technical bulletin is designed to explain the causes, prevention and correction methods for filler separation.
JOINT FILLER TECHNICAL BULLETIN #5
This technical bulletin is designed to assist you in achieving a quality flush filler profile.
JOINT FILLER TECHNICAL BULLETIN #4
This technical bulletin will help you to protect your floor edges from damage.
10 SUGGESTIONS FOR WRITING AN EFFECTIVE JOINT FILLER
This technical bulletin will help to guide you in crafting a well-written joint filler specification.
SPECIFYING THE PROPER JOINT FILLER-EPOXY
OR POLYUREA #2
This technical bulletin provides guidance around selecting the right filler for your next industrial floor project.
THE FIRST YEAR IN THE LIFE OF YOUR NEW FLOOR
This technical bulletin provides guidance around what's happening with your floor joints and cracks and what, if anything, you should do.
DURABLE CONTROL JOINTS IN CONCRETE SLABS ON GRADE
This article covers the application of quality Joint fillers in floor joints, and highlighting the effects of using inferior product and incorrect installation methodologies.