Mortar floor

A mortar floor consists of millions of grains of sand. Their standard size is 0,4mm -2mm).

The small grains are selected by Sidec with the utmost care. The grains are washed and fire-dried. Due to the erosion in riverbeds the sand was processed for millions of years, resulting in it being beautifully rounded off and thus not broken.

The colouring is done at a high temperature and with specially developed coatings, producing very high quality which is more wear-resistant and more colourfast.

The grains are mixed with a binding agent. Afterwards, a professional installer spreads the small stones using a trowel.

With a mortar floor, the pores between the stone will always be filled.

To finish the floor a topcoat (satin or mat) is used.

The colour palette of mortar floor is endless. The result is a strong, seamless floor.