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TEKSER What is Vibration System?

Vibration system, which differs from traditional system on many sides, makes the highest quality, the most resistant ceramic installations possible. This system which is developed according to many operation field such as food and beverage industry, shopping malls, is also resistant to hardest enviromental conditions. Vibration system does not mean that only tile or application technic is different, it is a high performance system which forms from all components.This high performance makes it a long term solution inspite of chemical and thermal conditions, blows, heavy load traffic and wearing out.

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By analyzing the current floor condition, it is prepared as bonded or non-bonded floor. With its more than 40 years of experience, our company chooses the right floor for your needs. The most appropriate solution is generated for you if needed.

TEKSER Vibration System Types:


TEKSER PowerHex which combines the advantages of hexagonal tiles with TEKSER power, is preferred in wet floors, that is under the effect of chemicals, because of its mechanic, thermal and chemical specifications. While with its heaxagonal form water accumulation on tiles is prevented, floor installation system that is done with TEKSER Power system rises the resistance to the highest level.


In this system the screed, adhesive slurry and all flooring elements cure together forming a monolithic structure. There are no separate curing elements. Vibration installation is followed by mechanical epoxy grouting. The joints come out fully compacted without gaps and pinholes at the same level of the tile surfaces without bending.


TEKSER FD system is specifically designed for food industry with the problems that has been faced in this sector by our customers in mind. With its experience, TEKSER has the leadership in this subject and maket he installations with different materials that has been chosen regarding the facility conditions.


TEKSER Power MK is specifically designed for our customers in market industry with their needs in mind. It is designed against all the problems that can be faced in this industry. When this system is designed, it has been aimed that it would especially be resistant to heavy loads.


TEKSER does not only apply to new floors, but also has applications for floors that need renewal and repair. TEKSER Rn is applied by specially designed materials for your needs. It makes the cure time shorter and reduces the production losses to minimum. By using the system on the floors, it solves all the problems and obtain strong floors.


Bonded and Non-Bonded Floor Diagrams

Bonded and Non-Bonded Floor

Installation by Vibration System consists of 7 separate phases

1- Examination of the floor, and determination of the technical requirements…
steps1Your floor is examined by our experinced team. After determining the requirements of the floor, you will be informed about the installation process.
2- Preparation of screed mortar according to the specifications…
steps2Screed mortar is prepared by mixing sand, cement and screed additives in compulsory mixers.
3- Setting the ground levels…
steps3Floor must be clean and away from dirt before preparing the levels and slopes for the substrate.
4- Levelling of the screed…
steps4The levelling screed is poured and leveled at average 7cm thickness.
5- Fixing of tiles…
steps5On top of the screed, Polyflex-412+Serkit-12 double component adhesive including acrylic+latex contents is applied, while the tiles are laid down with a grouting space of at least 3-4 mm.
6- Compacting and levelling of the tiled floor.…
steps6All the flooring installation as per the sequence provided above shall be compressed and smoothed by using vibrating machines of high frequency.
7- Mechanical Grouting…
steps7The grouts between the tiles will be filled by means of a machine, using Technoflo Epoxy Grout or cementitious grout, and the surfaces of the tiles will be mechanically cleaned of epoxy/cement.

Advantages of TEKSER Vibration System

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Establishes a monolithic floor: Screed, adhesive slurry etc all elements of the floor cure together. There are no layers of separate curing at different days and times. System hardens step by step.For example concrete hardens and then adhesive is applied over that.
Floor, concrete and tile, all are compressed together so the load capacity of the floor becomes maximum. In this application concrete is not compressed only levelled with gage.
The screed is prepared as semi dry mortar with minimum water. Because of dehydration being less, concrete’s strength is higher. The screed has high slump thus have high water ratio leads to decreased strength due to dehydration.
Because the tiled surface is compressed with vibration machine, surface becomes much more smoother. Surface flatness deviation of industrial ceramic tiles makes the installation of tiles by hand setwith hammer. This will result in lippings and gaps under the tiles.
Surface flatness deviation of industrial ceramic tiles within the range of production standards can be eliminated through the compaction of whole structure and the tiles can be installed ensuring the flattest surface possible. There are no gaps under the tiles. While ramming one side of the tile the other side raises, so it's hard to provide flatness of the installation of this type of tiles that have deviation. There remains gaps under the tiles and that causes sensitivity to break easily.
It allows narrow joint spaces like 2-3 mm. Mechanical grouting systems ensure fully packed joints and narrow and full joints result in smooth and decorative surface finish. Wider grout gaps ( 5 mm or over) is needed, especially when non flowy grout materials are applied. In wide joints the grouts tend to bend down and there is risk for the tile edges from heavy traffic and the final surface finish is never as smooth.