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Beal International, a belgian SME active for more than 40 years in the development and manufacture of highly technical products, is participating for the first time to the Surface Design Show in London from 7 to 9 February 2017. The opportunity to present its products Mortex and Bealstone to all creative designers.
> Surface Design Show booth #131 (Mezzanine Level)
MORTEX – micro-mortar with a “polished concrete” look
Mortex is a mineral micro-mortar developed by Beal 25 years ago. Originally purely functional and technical, Mortex was primarily used for cellar lining, tanks waterproofing, and later swimming pools.
About a 15 years ago, Beal launched a coloured version of this coating with many technical and aesthetic benefits for both building renovation as for new constructions:
- The material is waterproof in its mass.
- Adhering to many undergrounds Mortex can be used to cover tiles, Medium wood, cement,... without demolition!
- Thanks to its unrivaled resistance to abrasion, Mortex has a very advantageous lifespan!
- Its application in thin layers facilitates the realization of your projects and ensures low products consumption.
- Applied continuously, Mortex provides a seamless and infinitely customizable result through its pigmentable neutral basis according to your imagination.
- Mortex offers many aspects but always a unique result, according to the expertise and skills of the person who lays it on.
BEALSTONE – exclusive terrazzo
Developped about 10 years ago, the BEALSTONE system is a new generation binder, fully customizable and designed to be mixed with a lot of aggregates : stones, shells, broken bottles, metal parts, mirror shards ...
With a minimal thickness of 2 mm, it fits anywhere in the house and beyond: walls, floors, furniture, countertops, ...
The exclusive finishes of this coating make it an ideal choice for decorative projects, whether contemporary, Art Deco, vintage or post-modern.
Thanks to an appropriate choice of aggregates, an accurate pigmentation and the know-how of the applicator, old terrazzo surfaces can be restored almost identically.
Surface Design Show booth #131 (Mezzanine Level)