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Benefits of modular screed systems

Enhance your knowledge with Schlüter-Systems' latest 45 to 60 minute CPD presentation at your office on modular underfloor heating systems for tile and stone coverings

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Schlüter-Systems has worked in partnership with architects and specifiers for more than 20 years providing trusted advice for projects both large and small, offering specification advice and help, whenever needed. Now invite Schlüter to your office for the latest CPD on modular underfloor heating systems for tile and stone coverings.

This CPD covers:

  • Benefits of modular screed systems versus traditional screeds
  • How to save assembly height without compromise to strength
  • Water fed versus electrical underfloor heating systems
  • How modular screeds can save time, money and materials
  • Theory behind modular screed systems and why screed movement joints are no longer needed
  • Electrical underfloor heating and utilising integrated uncoupling technology
  • Capabilities of underfloor heating systems and their ability to run at reduced temperatures

For further information and technical support visit: www.trainedwithschluter.co.uk

 

Contact:

training@schluter.co.uk 

01530 813396


 

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