1. Both of them are actually floor disposal methods, but they differ greatly. Wear-resistant floor is also called diamond floor. It is to spread a layer of diamond aggregate on the surface of concrete after pouring, so as to enhance wear resistance. Solidified floor, also known as hardened floor, is soaked into concrete through concrete sealing and solidifying agent, and changes the internal structure of concrete through the reaction of data, thus increasing hardness and gloss. There are also great differences between the two construction processes.
2. Wear-resisting floor: Wear-resisting aggregate is completely deepened in concrete surface during construction, and construction is synchronized with concrete construction. After the completion of the construction and concrete into one, the final waste is the appearance of concrete. But at this time concrete will not present the original easy problems, such as: after a period of time to show weathering, powdering, oxidation, rough appearance, easy to dust, acid and alkali resistance, oil pollution resistance, etc.
3. Curing agent floor: construction must wait for concrete to complete solidification before construction, before construction must ensure the integrity of concrete dry, usually after 20 days of concrete construction maintenance before construction curing agent. The curing agent is completely immersed in the concrete and is integrated with the concrete. The final waste is the original form of the concrete. But at this time concrete once constituted a compact whole, anti-immersion, compression, wear resistance, acid and alkali salt corrosion resistance, no ash, no maintenance and self-care.