MFC "dry to wet" (mineral fillings)

  • Using mechanisation
  • High productivity
  • Low purchase price
  • Colour options

This is a basic way of improving the surface of industrial concrete floors, which consists in applying 3 to 5 kg / m2 of the bulk material to the surface of the solid, pre-levelled and compacted concrete mixture. Subsequently, the surface is smooth with rotary trowels according to the gradual hardening of the concrete to the required quality. The result is a monolithic floor structure with an abrasion-resistant and dust-free surface at a layer thickness of about 2-3 mm.

System benefits:

  • Using mechanisation
  • High productivity (500 - 5000 m2 floor areas per day)
  • High resistance to abrasion (BCA, Böhme method)
  • Colour options
  • Low purchase price

Materials used

Pour-ins: cement-based mixture, filler and special additives. It is supplied as a ready-to-use wet dry mixture to "dry-to-wet" system. Individual products differ primarily in the type of abrasion-resistant aggregate (silicon, metal, corundum, carbide).

Impregnations: liquid preparations that are applied shortly after surface finishing is completed. They are designed as a protective spraying or coating to prevent the evaporation of water from the concrete, thus effectively minimizing plastic deformations and increasing the hydration degree for about 3-4 weeks.

Materials used:
Pour-ins MFC Cobet 110 MFC Cobet 115 MFC Cobet 120 MFC Cobet 130 MFC Cobet 140 
Impregnation MFC Stoplak 610  MFC Curol SiT 60       




These materials are designed for surface treatment of fresh concrete floors in civic and industrial buildings. They improve surface processing, flatness, and resistance of the surface to mechanical loads.