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Dec 31, 2015· The problem is that theconcreteslab settled and is pitch in. Its about an inch out, i would like to cut and chip the slab in front of the door and then skim coat it. But since it is exterior I’m worried about it blowing apart. I was wondering if anyone has triedgrindingdown that muchconcrete.

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  • Concrete Grinding | Pirate 4x4

    Concrete Grinding | Pirate 4x4

    Dec 05, 2015· If it's the +/- 3/8" that you're thinking,grindingis the way to go. I wouldn't polish (think a slick polish floor + spilled fluids = bad day), but take the rough finish thegrindwill leave you with and then epoxy over that. Just a quick CL search turned this up:Concreterepair, epoxy flooring,grinding, sandblasting, stain/polish

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  • ConcretePolishing Glossary Terms & Definitions | ASCC

    ConcretePolishing Glossary Terms & Definitions | ASCC

    Hybrid polishedconcrete: A multi-step operation, using either standardgrinding/ polishing equipment, lightweight equipment, high speed burnishing equipment, or a combination of, to combine the mechanicalgrinding, honing, and polishing process with the friction rubbing process by utilizing bonded abrasives, abrasive pads, or a combination of ...

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  • Grinding concrete and dust issues | The Floor Pro Community

    Grinding concrete and dust issues | The Floor Pro Community

    Feb 12, 2011· I may need to do some grinding on a concrete floor to take down a couple of high spots. Ilooked at a 4 1/2" Makita variable speed angle grinder and a diamond cup wheelfor it. I have an old Ryobi angle grinder but wondering if variable speed would be good to control the grinding and the dust collection. The Makita has a bit more power too.

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  • Concrete Grinder 10

    Concrete Grinder 10" Rental The Home Depot

    Description Model # 50200-HD. Perfect for indoor surfacegrindingapplications, including garage, kitchen, basement or patio; Grinds downconcretehigh spots, removes sealers and thin mil paints, removes mastics and preps floors to accept new coatings

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  • How best to grind high spots on concrete foundation wall

    How best to grind high spots on concrete foundation wall

    Sep 18, 2012·Grinding concretedown to level is about the least efficient method of levelingconcrete, the best way is to place forms at the correct elevation, then screed with a screed board, which can be a 2x4 (make sure it is dead straight), or a steel angle.

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  • slab grounding | Mike Holt'sForum

    slab grounding | Mike Holt'sForum

    Apr 03, 2011· 250.52(A)(3)Concrete-Encased Electrode. An electrode encased by at least 50 mm (2 in.) ofconcrete, located horizontally near the bottom or vertically, and within that portion of aconcretefoundation or footing that is in direct contact with the earth, consisting of at least 6.0 m (20 ft) of one or more bare or zinc galvanized or other electrically conductive coated steel reinforcing bars or ...

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  • ConcreteFloorGrinding  FloorGrindingSpecialists

    ConcreteFloorGrinding FloorGrindingSpecialists

    Concrete GrindingLtd have now fully developed the new “Laser Grinder ® XPT”, with lower emissions, reduced sound levels, fastergrindingand the introduction of the curve computer.. Specialist LaserGrinding.Concrete GrindingLtd invented and manufactured the world’s most advanced laser guided floorgrindingsystem – the Laser Grinder® which enables aisles on new and existing ...

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  • ConcreteEdge Grinders | Xtreme Polishing Systems

    ConcreteEdge Grinders | Xtreme Polishing Systems

    Construction, Contractor and DIY Supply . Xtreme Polishing Systems offers a wide range of decorativeconcrete, surface preparation andconcretepolishing machines and supplies for all residential and commercial flooring needs. By guaranteeing a floor for life, Xtreme Polishing Systems specializes in turn-key, one-stop-shop products including floorgrindingmachines, floor polishing machines ...

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  • PrepMaster Grinders by STI (Substrate Technology

    PrepMaster Grinders by STI (Substrate Technology

    Prepmaster Grinders by STI (Substrate Technology) - Floor Prep Equipment and Industrial Floor Machines, PrepMaster 3030, PrepMaster 2420, PrepMaster 4430concrete grindingequipment and …

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  • ConcreteGrinder Hire   Coates Hire Floor Grinders + More

    ConcreteGrinder Hire Coates Hire Floor Grinders + More

    Coates Hire has a large range ofconcrete grindingequipment for surface preparation andconcretepolishing. They are available in electric and petrol and are ideal for smoothing out roughconcretefinishes caused by rain splatter and poor trowelling.

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  • RIDGID 4 in. Double Row Diamond Cup Wheel HD AWD40   The

    RIDGID 4 in. Double Row Diamond Cup Wheel HD AWD40 The

    These cup wheels can be used for a wide range of projects from shaping and polishing ofconcretesurfaces and floors, to fast aggressiveconcrete grindingor leveling and coating removal. Heavy-duty steel core offers lasting durability. 4 in. cup wheel will fit …

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  • anyone have experience concrete floor grinding?

    anyone have experience concrete floor grinding?

    Jun 12, 2008· The manufacturer says this grinder can remove 1/32" over 350-500 feet per hour. Four-plus hours ofgrindingsounds like a bit of a slog, but if it turned out well, probably worth it. I got 'resurfacing' (grind, level, epoxy coat) estimates from $4.50 to $7.50 per square foot. Anyone have experience and advice aboutgrinding concretefloors?

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  • Concrete grindingto lower patio? | HomesteadingForum

    Concrete grindingto lower patio? | HomesteadingForum

    Jun 20, 2010· If you get a rough surface fromgrinding, you can polish theconcrete. Thinkconcretecounter tops. It'll take a bit of work, but you can get a mirror finish, if you want. ... Aforumcommunity dedicated to living sustainably and self sufficiently. Come join the discussion about livestock, farming, gardening, DIY projects, hobbies, recipes ...

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  • Concrete Grinding  Painting & Finish Work  Contractor Talk

    Concrete Grinding Painting & Finish Work Contractor Talk

    Mar 11, 2009· Re:Concrete GrindingThanks for posting onContractorTalk.com. The Moderators of thisforumwould prefer if you post Do It Yourself related topics on our sister site www.DIYChatroom.com

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  • concrete grinding Eng Tips Forums

    concrete grinding Eng Tips Forums

    There was a lot of aggregate and larger diameters, and thisconcretecompared to other slabs I have ground before was exceptionally durable and abrasion resistant. There was almost no edge chipping, and it took about 20 minutes of back and forthgrindingjust to …

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  • Concrete Grinding Disc (Reidsville) $100   JLA FORUMS

    Concrete Grinding Disc (Reidsville) $100 JLA FORUMS

    Feb 28, 2014· 4" Gold Diamond Segment Bowl CupGrindingWheelConcreteGrinder Disc (SACRAMENTO) $25. 3Mgrindingdisc (brighton)concrete grindingneeded (hamburg) $1.GRINDING/ SANDING DISC (Chesapeake) $200. Diablogrinding& polishing flap disc 80 grit $5. JLAFORUMS- …

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  • My exposed aggregate is too rough. I need to grind it down

    My exposed aggregate is too rough. I need to grind it down

    Jun 16, 2016· That would make the most sense.Grindingdown exposed aggregate just seems like opening a can of worms.Grindtoo little and you now expose more sharp edges,grindtoo much and you have a slick surface (much like pouredconcreteflooring) that is a huge headache in wet areas.

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  • ConcreteGrinder Hire   Coates Hire Floor Grinders + More

    ConcreteGrinder Hire Coates Hire Floor Grinders + More

    Coates Hire has a large range ofconcrete grindingequipment for surface preparation andconcretepolishing. They are available in electric and petrol and are ideal for smoothing out roughconcretefinishes caused by rain splatter and poor trowelling.

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  • Concrete Grinding& Polishing   Large or Small Jobs

    Concrete Grinding& Polishing Large or Small Jobs

    Concrete grindingis for removing unwanted coatings orconcretefeatures.Grindingis nearly always a step you do before another process. For example removing old adhesives in order to get down to the surface before installing tile, paint, epoxy, linoleum or another floor covering.....or,concretepolishing. The purpose ofgrindingis to get ...

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  • How to Level aConcreteFloor High Spots | Megasaw

    How to Level aConcreteFloor High Spots | Megasaw

    LevelingConcreteUsingGrinding. For an uneven floor,grindingtheconcretefloor high spots is your only option. Although this sounds simple, this requires a great level of skill and equipment. These are in addition to the physical requirement in carrying hefty bags of compound and equipment.

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  • How to Level aConcreteFloor High Spots | Megasaw

    How to Level aConcreteFloor High Spots | Megasaw

    LevelingConcreteUsingGrinding. For an uneven floor,grindingtheconcretefloor high spots is your only option. Although this sounds simple, this requires a great level of skill and equipment. These are in addition to the physical requirement in carrying hefty bags of compound and equipment.

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  • what dremel bit is good for routing in concrete brick

    what dremel bit is good for routing in concrete brick

    Jun 09, 2018· IME masonry blades are a much more consumable item than metal cutting andgrindingblades however they're more efficient at what they're made for. I don't know if you can get masonrygrindingwheels and that's why I suggested 2 masonry cutoff wheels together. Masonry cup stones are certainly available but they'll be no good for grooving.

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  • The Ultimate Guide ToGrindingA Garge Floor

    The Ultimate Guide ToGrindingA Garge Floor

    TheConcreteFloorGrindingProcess. Before starting anything, you need to make sure that you clean you garage floor at least a simple swept clean. The floor’s surface should also be devoid of grease residue. If you are not using the dust shroud tool in thegrindingprocess, expect the presence ofconcretedust.

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  • Concrete, Stone & Masonry  DIY ChatroomHome Improvement

    Concrete, Stone & Masonry DIY ChatroomHome Improvement

    Threads inForum:Concrete, Stone & Masonry:ForumTools: Search thisForum: Rating Thread / Thread Starter: Last Post: Replies: Views: Rate of Pay for Finishing Slab. DIYOkie. Today 08:57 AM by SeniorSitizen. 1: 26: ... Search thisForum: Advanced Search. New posts: Hot thread with new posts: No new posts: Hot thread with no new posts: Thread ...

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