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Teesin Machinery Pte Ltd offers sales and rental of different types of floor preparation machines. These are various types of floor preparation machines that used for surface preparation, floor repair, and concrete grinding prior to laying new flooring.

  • Floor grinder: used for grinding and leveling concrete surfaces. They can also be equipped with different attachments for polishing or removing coatings.

  • Floor scraper: used to remove carpet, tile, linoleum, and other flooring materials.

  • Floor scarifier: used to remove thin surface layers, coatings and adhesive residue.

  • Floor milling machine: used to remove concrete surfaces and prepare concrete surfaces for new flooring.

  • Floor planer: used to smooth and level concrete surfaces.

  • Floor scrabbler: used to remove concrete surface layers and prepare for repair or resurfacing.

  • Shot blasting machine: used to clean and profile concrete and steel surfaces.

  • Floor Scrubbers: Often used for cleaning and preparing floors before other procedures. They can remove dirt, grime, and some surface materials.

  • Floor Sanders: Mainly used for wooden floors, sanders help in smoothing or removing the top layer of wood to prepare for refinishing.

  • Tile Strippers: Specifically designed to remove tiles and adhesive from floors efficiently without damaging the surface.

  • Concrete Scabblers: Similar to scarifiers but more aggressive, they use pneumatic hammers to chip away at concrete surfaces.

  • Diamond Grinding Machines: Equipped with diamond-segmented abrasives, they are used for smoothing concrete surfaces and preparing them for coatings or overlays.

These machines often come in various sizes and configurations to suit different scales of projects and surface conditions. The choice of machine depends on the specific task you need to accomplish and the type of surface you are working on.

How to select floor preparation machine?

Selecting the right floor preparation machine depends on various factors such as the type of flooring material, the condition of the existing floor, the size of the area, and the specific task you need the machine for. Here are some steps to help you choose the right floor preparation machine:

  • Assess the Floor Type: Different machines are designed for different floor materials like concrete, wood, tile, etc. Ensure the machine you select is suitable for the type of floor you're working on.

  • Consider the Task: Determine what type of preparation you need to do. Are you stripping off old finishes, removing adhesives, grinding down uneven surfaces, or polishing the floor? Each task might require a specific machine or attachment.

  • Size of the Area: For larger areas, you might need heavy-duty, larger machines that offer efficiency and speed. For smaller or more intricate spaces, smaller machines or handheld tools might be more suitable.

  • Power and Capacity: Consider the power source required and the capacity of the machine in terms of workload. For instance, some machines might need higher power for tougher tasks or larger areas.

  • Ease of Use and Maneuverability: Depending on your expertise and the user-friendliness you require, choose a machine that's easy to handle and operate. Some machines may have adjustable handles or be more ergonomic for better maneuverability.

  • Availability of Accessories: Check if the machine has various attachments or accessories available for different tasks. Versatility in function can be a significant advantage.

  • Budget Consideration: Like any equipment, floor preparation machines vary in price. Set a budget and try to find the best machine within that range that fulfills your requirements.

  • Rental vs. Purchase: Depending on the frequency of use, it might be more cost-effective to rent a machine rather than buy it outright. Evaluate your long-term needs before making a decision.

  • Safety Features: Ensure the machine has necessary safety features and follows regulations to prevent accidents or mishaps during operation.

Ultimately, the right floor preparation machine will depend on the specific needs of your project. It might be helpful to consult with experts or suppliers who can provide guidance based on your requirements.

Floor Preparation Machines

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