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Contractors are often faced by unpredictable challenges and under pressure to complete projects to tight deadlines. Here, Bostik explores a number of different dilemmas that can occur and advises on selecting the right smoothing compound to provide the solution.


UNDER PRESSURE TO ALLOW OTHER TRADES TO


ACCESS THE FLOOR THAT DAY. In today’s fast-paced world, sometimes the main priority is to get the job done as quickly as possible, especially when other trades are waiting in the wings. For such cases, the best smoothing compound is one that’s fast setting.


Bostik Screedmaster Speed 30 is the ideal solution in such situations. Formulated from the latest advances in cement technology, Screedmaster Speed 30 has a walk-on time of 30 minutes, a loose lay time of 45 minutes, and allows floorcoverings to be bonded in as little as three hours. Consisting of a 20kg powder bag and four litres of polymer liquid, the two-part product is suitable for use with underfloor heating systems and covers up to 5m² at 3mm thickness.


A SECTION OF THE FLOOR IS MUCH LOWER


THAN THE REST AND MUST BE RAISED. It’s reasonable to expect that any subfloor will be somewhat uneven before you apply the smoothing compound – the clue is in the name of the product. Nevertheless, there will be occasions when the subfloor is so uneven that standard compounds cannot save it, and a specialist solution is the only answer.


When this is the case, consider Bostik Screedmaster Deep. A high-strength solution, this smoothing compound can be applied between 5mm and 50mm in a single step, enabling it to comfortably make up for even the largest discrepancies that can be expected.


In fact, such is the strength of Screedmaster Deep that not only can it smooth particularly uneven subfloors, it can also be used to raise the level of the entire subfloor if required.


THE FLOOR IS LIKELY TO BE AFFECTED BY LARGE EQUIPMENT NEARBY, CAUSING


SOME VIBRATION. When you need a smoothing compound that’s flexible, rapid setting, and suitable for laying over most common substrates, look no further than Bostik Screedmaster Flex.


The compound is fibre-reinforced, making it ideal for smoothing and levelling floors where vibration and minimal thermal movement can occur. It offers an excellent level of versatility, being compatible with most common substrates including concrete, sand/cement screeds, stone, anhydrite screeds, rigid metal, terrazzo and quarry tiles, as well as asphalt and other strong, rigid subfloors.


YOU NEED A VERSATILE SOLUTION THAT WILL PREPARE A LARGE SUBFLOOR TO A


TIGHT TURNAROUND. When the pressure’s on look no further than Bostik Screedmaster Ultimate – the ultimate solution for convenience, versatility and speed. Mixed with protein-free


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synthetic rubber latex to give off minimal odour, it is ideal for use in large occupied areas, such as buildings that are already in use as construction continues.


The fact that it is two-component means no water source is required. Simply mix the liquid with the powder and it can be applied almost anywhere, hassle-free. Nor will you need to use a variety of smoothing compounds for different depths. Screedmaster Ultimate can be applied from a feather edge up to 10mm, enabling it to cover a wide range of applications.


All this comes with no compromise on speed. Walk-on times of just 90 minutes allow other trades to access the site faster, and by the next day you’ll be able to lay the floorcoverings, helping the job to get done quickly.


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