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Calcium Sulphate Thin Screed


Self-levelling calcium-sulphate thin screed for commercial areas

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  • Low-tension, reliable use even with high thicknesses
  • Very broad range of application from 3 - 50 mm thickness, facilitates storage
  • Ideal for thin-layered heating systems

Areas of application

  • bonded thin screeds
  • thin screeds on separating layer
  • embedding thin layer hot-water heating systems
  • embedding electrical heating systems
  • subsequent installation of textile and resilient floor covering (fine-levelling may be necessary)
  • subsequent installation of ceramics and natural stone floor coverings
  • normal wear in residential and commercial areas, e.g. in office buildings, private residences or retirement homes
  • traffic from chair castors according to DIN EN 12 529
  • cement, calcium-sulphate, magnesia and xylolite screeds
  • mastic asphalt screed
  • concrete subfloors
  • firmly screw-fixed chipboard P4 – P7 or OSB boards (max. 10 mm thickness)
  • floorboards (max. 10 mm thickness)

Product benefits / properties

  • Thickness range from 3 – 50 mm
  • For textile/resilient floor coverings and ceramic tiles/natural stones
  • Superb flow and pumping properties
  • Low-tension
  • Good absorption
  • Suitable for chair castors

Quality seals and badges

  • GISCODE CP 1 - levelling compound on calcium sulphate base
  • EMICODE EC 1 PLUS - Very low-emission

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Shelf life

min. 12 months

Required water quantity

4.0 litres per 25 kg bag


cream white


approx. 1.8 kg/m² per mm thickness

Minimum working temperature

10 °C

Working time

30 - 40 minutes*

Set to traffic

after approx. 8 hours*

Ready for covering

after approx. 24 hours* (3 mm of thickness)

Strength class (DIN EN 13813)

C25 - F5


* At 20 °C and 65% relative humidity.

Article No. Packsize Shipping unit
74807 25 kg

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