Speed Screed Limited
These screeds are based on calcium sulfate and are growing rapidly in popularity.
Although the anhydrite screed material is more expensive than traditional sand/cement screeds, the thinner floor section and the speed of application, together with other potential benefits in programme time often makes the overall package more cost-effective than traditional screed.
To summarize the advantages of flowing screed:
Good flow and contact around Underfloor Heating pipes. Generally a 55mm thick screed (i.e. giving a 40mm cover over a 15mm pipe) can be used to compared to a 65-75mm sand/cement screed.
This gives a significant weight saving and allows the Underfloor Heating to respond more quickly. The result takes into account for the volume of material displaced by pipe and castellations of the PIPE2000 System Board.
Large areas can be poured wthout the risk of curling. Particulary suited to sports halls, atria, schools etc.
Speed and efficiency of screeding operation. Less time on site. Areas available sooner to following trades. Mixed off site under strict quality control procedures. More consistent compaction and lack of voids.
Virtually no construction joints required. Suitable for most applications from heavy duty to domestic. Surface regularity to British Standard SR2.
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