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Floor Screed |Self Levelling Compounds by Polymax

screed

Description

Polymax are happy to offer a variety of Screeds suitable for a variety of applications, and help with the installation of your chosen flooring.

What is Screed?

A levelled layer of material (e.g. cement) applied to a floor or other surface.

Difference between screed and concrete?

Concrete and screed are essentially formed of the same basic ingredients – cement, aggregates and water. But what makes them different is- the size of aggregates, the cement grade, mix consistency, and of course their intended application or use.

Composition and Mix Proportion

Concrete in its simplest form is a rock like mass formed by the hardening of cement paste and aggregates mixed in a proportion of – 1 x Cement: 2 x Sand: 3 x Coarse aggregates (ballast/gravel). But several variations are applied to this basic mix design to suit various uses and strength requirements.

Screed on the other hand is a thin layer of cement paste and sand/ fine aggregates, laid on to a concrete floor base or underfloor heating to act as a smooth flat levelling surface for taking on the final floor finish. Screeds generally follow a mix proportion of 1 x Cement: 3-5 x Sand (0-4mm washed sharp sand for levelling screeds).

Latexplan Trade

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Trade levelling & smoothing compound suitable for commercial & domestic applications, suitable for underfloor heating use


Renovation Screed

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Fibre reinforced self levelling compound, used for renovation and refurbishment, use with stone, timber and others. Suitable for underfloor heating use


Yellow Mixing Tubs

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Mixing tubs in variety of sizes available suitable for screed