Ultra Floor Level It Two High Flow Flexible Two Part Self Levelling Compound

SKU: SLC-HFTC.MC Categories: ,

£16.99 INCL VAT£14.16 EX VAT

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Technical Data:

  • Specification: BS EN 13813:2002.
  • Screed Classification: CT-C20-F5.
  • Working time at 20°C: 20 – 30 mins.
  • Walk on hardness time at 20°C: 2.5 hours.
  • Ready to receive floor coverings (based on 3mm application): 8 hours.
  • Compressive Strength (N/mm²) (to BS EN 13892-2):
    – 1 Day: 12.0
    – 7 Days: 14.0
    – 28 Days: 20.0
  • Flexural Strength (N/mm²) (to BS EN 13892-2):
    – 1 Day: 3.0
    – 7 Days: 3.5
    – 28 Days: 5.0
  • Packaging: 20kg Bag/4 Litre Bottle.
  • Coverage Examples:
    6.0m² per 20kg Bag @ 2mm Depth.
    2.4m² per 20kg Bag @ 5mm Depth.
    1.2m² per 20kg Bag @ 10mm Depth.
    0.52m² Per 20kg Bag @ 30mm Depth.

UltraFloor Level IT Two is a mid-strength smoothing underlayment. A two-component system consisting of a powered blend of cements, graded fillers and additives, and a pre-gauged polymer liquid.  UltraFloor Level IT Two is suitable for depths between 2-12mm.

Specifically designed for use over a wide variety of subfloors including concrete, sand & cement, calcium sulphate/anhydrite/hemihydrate screeds, existing cementitious underlayments, damp-proof membranes and surface electrical radiant heating systems. Decorative permeable floor coverings such as open-backed carpets can be applied to the internal subfloors in as little as 8 hours after the application of UltraFloor Level IT Two. Impervious floor coverings such as sheet vinyl and tiles can be applied after 10 hours.

A moisture-tolerant formulation makes it suitable for the pre-smoothing of floors prior to the application of surface damp proof membranes (DPM) and moisture vapour suppressants (MVS). Its protein-free formulation means that it can be used in biologically sensitive areas.

Specifically designed for use over a wide variety of subfloors including:

  • Concrete.
  • Sand & cement.
  • Calcium sulphate/anhydrite/hemihydrate screeds.
  • Existing cementitious underlayments.
  • Damp-proof membranes.
  • Electrical radiant heating systems.
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