Gyvlon XTR

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Free flowing screed for use in areas requiring a strong screed for high impact loading, C35-F7.

High compressive and flexural screed for use in car showrooms etc, must be in conjunction with high grade insulation.

Included in objects:

  • GyvlonXTR Bonded
  • GyvlonXTR Unbonded
  • GyvlonXTR Floating Commercial
  • GyvlonXTR Floating Domestic
Platform Compatible Version Certified to
IFC IFC 2X3 1 1.3
Revit Revit 2016 + 3 2.0

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Properties and values

COBie
NBS_General
NBS_Data
BinderType
Calcium sulfate
BondStrength
n/a
Certification
CE marked
CompressiveStrength
C35
ConduitCover
25 mm (minimum) 30 mm (nominal)
Density
Wet: 2200 kg/m³, Dry: 2000 kg/m³
Drying
1 mm/day for screed depth up to 40 mm
FinalCoveringHardeningTime
n/a
FlexuralStrength
F7
FlowRate
0
FootTrafficHardeningTime
24-48 hours
ImpactResistance
n/a
LoadingTime
7 days
MaximumBaySize
Heated: 300 m², Unheated: 1000 m²
MaximumThickness
n/a
MinimumThickness
Bonded: 25 mm, Unbonded: 30 mm, In contract with substrate: 30 mm, Floating (domestic): 35 mm, Floating (commercial): 40 mm
pHValue
>10
ResistanceToIndentation
n/a
ScreedMaterial
CT-C35-F7
SuitableApplications
Bonded, unbonded, floating, underfloor heating
SuitableSubstrates
Gyvlon screeds are suitable for application to most types of sub bases, demonstrating an excellent degree of dimensional stability (maximum shrinkage/ expansion on drying of 0.02%) when compared to traditional sand/ cement based screeds
SurfaceHardness
n/a
ThermalConductivity
0
ThermalExpansion
0.012 mm/mK
Uses
High loading applications for commercial and domestic
WaterDemand
13-18%
WearResistance
n/a
Yield
n/a
Pset_CoveringCommon
Pset_CoveringFlooring

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    What's Changed?

    5/31/2018

    Object upgraded to NBS BIM Object Standard v2.0.

    11/3/2016