How long does it take anhydrite screed to dry, and what are its benefits?

How long does it take anhydrite screed to dry, and what are its benefits?

Anhydrite is a binder that has been used in sand and cement, as well as other products, since the early twentieth century. It has been adopted quickly to replace traditional binders in many applications, including concrete floor screeds.

Anhydrite, a naturally occurring mineral and by-product of other industrial processes, can now be produced sustainably.

Duropolymer has superior dimensional stability, outstanding mechanical strength and excellent heat conduction. This makes it an ideal material for use with underfloor heating systems. It also offers better flow characteristics than most other polymers used in underfloor systems, making it easier to install.

Ross Verity, director of ForceDry, says, “One of the most overlooked benefits of this product is its performance when given the right environment to dry. This product requires a basic temperature and humidity level to dry naturally, which is the same as more traditional sand and cement products. If these basic environmental needs are met, it will outperform its traditional competitors on drying times. For example, a 50mm anhydrite screed may take as little as 60 days to dry naturally.

Anhydrite screeds offer additional benefits to traditional sand and cement screeds. They are pumped onto a site, poured in situ, and do not require labor-intensive installation methods.

It is the rapid installation process, which reduces the number of people needed to install anhydrite screeds, that has contributed to their increasing popularity in the construction industry. Cutting labour costs and installation time are just two of the many benefits of anhydrite screeds.

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