The mortar is intended for making cement subfloors and floors as well as similar pressure, backing layers and layers shaping a slope, inside and outside buildings
Used as a base in a floor heating system, floating on thermal insulation, separating layer and linked with a bed.
Suitable for anchoring fence piles.
The screed can also be used to execute other, small elements poured directly at the construction site, after applying sufficient reinforcement.
Minimal layer thickness: base binding with the groundwork > 10 mm; base on separating layer > 35 mm; base "floating" on the thermal and/or acoustic insulation layer > 40 mm; anhydrite base in the floor heating system -> 45 mm (external diameter of the heating element + thickness of the layer above heating elements min. 30 mm).
- High durability
- can be applied from 10mm
Amount per unit
Unit per pallet
In dry areas and in non-damaged packaging, up to 12 months from the date of manufacture
EN 1504-3: 2005
|Classification as per EN 1504-3||R2|
|Shelf life after mixing with water||Up to 60 minutes|
|Possibility of standing on the laid floor||from 24 to 48 hours|
|Possibility of further works||After 28 days of hardening|
|Layer thickness||from 10 to 80mm|
|Water mixing ratio||about 3.5 litres per 25 kg of dry compound|
|Dry compound consumption||c.a. 2.0 kg/m2 per 1mm of screed layer thickness|
|Compressive strength||≥ 25 MPa|
|Tensile bendingstrength||≥ 5,0 MPa|
|Soluble chromium VI content||≤ 0,0002%|
|Reaction to fire||A1fl|
|The content of chloride ions||≤ 0,05 %|
|Resistance to carbonization||NPD|
|Resistant to the degree of wear||NPD|
|Thermal conductivity||≤ 0,5 kg*m-2h-0,5|
|Free output of corrosive substances||* NPD|