Cement self-leveling screeds are the final or leveling layer for seasoned concrete floors. They can help you fix unevenness of various types. This is a quick method for leveling and repairing a substrate that has become worn from years of use, or has dealt with excessive loads. It creates a continuous and smooth surface. You can further modify the coatings or keep them as the final wear layer.
Fornivel self-leveling screed is characterized by short curing times. The product is used on seasoned substrates above all in plants that require high durability, excellent flatness and adhesion to the concrete substrate.
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What is the difference between a screed and floor coating? A compound marked as Screed is defined according to standards. This is a fine-grained material with a maximum grain size up to 0.6 mm, in exceptional cases up to 1.2 mm. It is usually applied in thicknesses of 4 to 8 mm, in exceptional cases up to 15 mm. A coating is a material with a maximum grain size up to 4 mm, in exceptional cases up to 8 mm. It is most commonly applied in thicknesses from 15 to 60 mm.
If you need a larger grain size to even out the material, we recommend our product FORTEDUR WET, which belongs to the category of cement screeds. Alternatively, there is the quick-setting screed FORCEM.
Fornivel is produced in powdery form, so it needs to be mixed with the appropriate amount of water. Always follow the instructions when mixing. If you fail to maintain the ratio of the compound and water, it can cause the screed to lose its firmness and not solidify throughout or else become thick way too quickly.