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Traditional or Sand and Cement floor screed

Screed is made from sharp sand, cement and water. It is also known as traditional screed. A pump is used on site to combine these elements into screed. Other products (known as curatives) can be combined with the sand and cement to achieve different functions such as to dry faster. Sand and cement screed can be laid floating, bonded or unbonded depending on the depth laid.

Power Float Finish

Floating or Liquid Floor Screed

Anhydrite screed, referred to as flow, poured and liquid screed, is ideal for large, continuous spaces. It is self-leveling and is poured directly onto a floor covered with DPM for a fast application. Anhydrite reduces cracking, is lightweight, protein free and high strength. It can be used over insulation and with underfloor heating.

Screed Reinforcement

Reinforcement in screed helps to prevent cracking, curling and shrinkage during the drying process. The reinforcement controls and redirects any cracks that may occur. Screed reinforcement comes in two forms either PP fibre or wire mesh reinforcement. Mesh reinforcement is best for sites that have to endure heavy loads and high footfall. Galvanized wire mesh reinforcement is embedded within the screed to improve its strength. It can be combined with other types of screeds to improve the floors performance.