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Hydraulic Lime Based Skim Coat is a factory produced hydraulic hardening skim coat plaster based on lime, specially designed for hand and machine application produced to DIN EN 998-1: 2003.
CASEA Bauprotec FLP Plus – Ultra Lightweight Fibre Render
CASEA RADDIPLUS T – Thermal Anhydrite Floor Screed Binder
Silicon Finish Coat Render is a high quality, solvent-free final coat with a synthetic resin (silicon) base. Silicon Finish Coat Render complies with DIN 18558 – POrg.1 and satisfies the requirements for synthetic resin render in DIN 18550, Part 1. The product is vapour permeable and waterproof. Silicon Finish Coat Render is available in an even textured - K or grooved/drag render finish - R. Silicon Finish Coat Render is available in white, a wide range of standard colours, RAL Colours or NCS colour range.
LiteFlo® Lightweight Alpha Hemihydrate Screed is a factory produced, pumpable, high-quality screed material based on calcium sulphate. It is supplied to site in pre-mixed bags or site silos. LiteFlo® is designed for application at thicknesses of 20–90 mm. LiteFlo® only weighs 43kg per m² @ 40mm thickness. LiteFlo® lightweight Alpha Hemihydrate Screed complies with BS EN 13813 and is CE marked.
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