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Schlüter ® -BEKOTEC is a modular screed system for crack free and functionally safe floating screeds and heated screeds with coverings made of ceramic tiles, natural stone or other materials.
The system is based on the studded polystyrene screed panel, Schlüter ® -BEKOTEC-EN, which is directly installed on top of load bearing substrates or conventional heat insulation and/or sound insulation panels.
The geometry of the Schlüter ® -BEKOTEC-EN studded panel results in a minimum screed thickness of 32 mm between the studs and 8 mm above the studs. The studs form a grid pattern with a distance of 75 mm between them to accept the 16 mm diameter heating pipes if a heated screed is to be installed.
The floor heating system is easily adjustable and ideally suited for use with low temperatures, since the screed volume to be heated or cooled is relatively small (approx. 57 kg/m 2 or 28.5 l/m 2 with 8 mm coverage).
The curing stresses that occur in the screed due to shrinkage are absorbed by the studded pattern, thus controlling deformations such as curling over the entire area. It is therefore unnecessary to install movement joints or control joints in the screed. As soon as the cement screed is ready to support weight, the uncoupling mat Schlüter ® -DITRA 25 can be installed (calcium sulphate screed ≤ 2 CM-%).
Ceramic tiles or natural stone tiles are then installed directly over this layer, using the thin-bed method. Movement joints in the covering layer are created using Schlüter ® -DILEX according to industry guidelines.
Cover materials that are not susceptible to cracking, such as parquet or carpeting, can be directly installed over the screed as soon as it reaches the necessary residual moisture level for the corresponding covering.
||Pr_25_71_63_26:Expanded polystyrene (EPS) boards|
||Studded polystyrene screed panel|
||Studded screed panel made of polystyrene, which is designed for the attachment of the Schlüter®-BEKOTEC-THERM-HR heating pipe.|
||12/31/1900 11:59:59 PM|
||EN 1520 PF|
||755 x 1060 x 44 mm|
||5 years (Please contact Schlüter-Systems for further warranty information)|
||12/31/1900 11:59:59 PM|
||Expanded polystyrene (EPS) board|
||Expanded polystyrene (EPS) boards|
||Schlüter®-BEKOTEC-BRS 808KF, Schlüter®-BEKOTEC-BRS 810, Schlüter®-BEKOTEC-BTS, Schlüter®-DILEX-DFP , Schlüter®-BEKOTEC-ENR 1520P, Schlüter®-BEKOTEC-THERM-HR|
||Tongue and grooved|
||033 (0.033 W/m2K)|
||For more information with regards to heating calculations and information speak to Schlüter Systems Ltd firstname.lastname@example.org|
||B2 pursuant to DIN 4102|
||Floating and heated screeds with coverings made of ceramic tiles, natural stone and other materials|
||An even and sufficiently load bearing substrate|
||Polystyrene EPS 033 DEO (PS 25)|
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