Screed with low dust technology

Improvements to Saint-Gobain Weber’s Weberfloor Flex screed flooring with Low Dust Technology have resulted in improved set-time by as much as two hours

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Established as one of Weber’s top selling floor screeds, the set-time for light foot traffic following application has improved from 2-4 hours down to 1-2 hours, allowing fastest possible access for other trades.

Weberfloor Flex with Low Dust Technology (LDT) is a high performance, cement-based, self-smoothing and self-levelling screed. It is used for correcting irregularities on difficult surfaces including concrete slabs, precast elements, wooden flooring and existing ceramic and rigid plastic tiles. It is also suitable for floating floors and floors with underfloor heating, and will cover flexible coverings, parquet flooring and certain floor paints. Weberfloor Flex with LDT can be built up to a maximum thickness of 50mm and its fibre-modified formula increases strength and resilience.

This intelligent screed offers the added benefit of improved bond, although the rapid-setting performance was designed to satisfy the challenging requirements of the house building industry, property owners and professional applicators.

The addition of Low Dust Technology, which is already present in selected bestselling products in Weber’s tile fixing range, significantly reduces airborne dust created during the pouring and mixing processes without altering the premium characteristics of the product. LDT makes products more comfortable, cleaner and convenient to use. The flexible screed should be applied to a sound substrate although localised holes up to a total depth of 50mm can be filled with Weberfloor Flex. Priming with Weber PR360 is recommended to improve adhesion, reduce air bubbles and improve the flow of screed. Supplied in 25kg bags Weberfloor Flex should be thoroughly mixed with water to form a fluid, homogeneous paste. In application the screed is poured onto the floor and spread evenly with a steel trowel, spatula or spiked roller.

For more information and technical support visit: www.netweber.co.uk

 

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