Concrete Grinding have recently completed a second phase of work at the Intel production and storage facility in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Using their unique Laser Grinder process, Concrete Grinding upgrade floor flatness in narrow aisle warehouses to allow the safe and efficient use of the VNA forklift trucks. Previous work, in 1998, in the same warehouse included high tolerance floor grinding to 20 narrow aisles. This latest phase, completed in less than 1 week, was to add a further 3 aisles, each being approximately 34 metres in length.
The 'dust-free' grinding work was carried out whilst normal warehouse activity continued in the existing aisles, and there was no requirement to remove or protect Intel products or stock.
A similar expansion plan is currently underway at the Intel production and storage facility in Cavite, in The Philippines, where Concrete Grinding will once again be called upon to carry out specialist floor grinding in the new aisle locations. The Laser Grinder process has already provided Intel with Superflat floors in 18 aisles, each 40 metres in length, during Concrete Grinding's previous work there in 1998 and 2000.