Anhydrite screeds

Whether it's renovation or work in a new construction, the anhydrite screed is particularly recommended as part of the installation of a floor heating or simply soil renovation. The anhydrite screed comes in a liquid form. She is very used to make screeds on large surfaces, without need for joints and can also act as insulation sound and heat. What you should know about the implementation of an anhydrite screed: It requires a drying time up to 2 months, particularly in the event of large surface, which is much higher than a traditional screed. It is sensitive to water. Once dry, should achieve a sanding in order to eliminate the product of cure (natural film of the tread surface). The final lining, whether a tile or parquet, must be carried out not less than 3 months after the laying of the anhydrite screed.

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