Truflow-B

Floor screed suitable for industrial and domestic applications

Overview

Truflow-B is a pump or hand applied self-levelling synthetic anhydrite floor screed. Truflow-B is used for sub floor levelling, providing an ideal smooth, flat surface for the application of thin floor coverings, tiles and other specialist finishes and toppings.

A technologically controlled mixture of synthetic anhydrite binder, proprietary additives and carefully selected fine aggregates. Tarmac Truflow-B is very well suited for underfloor heating applications since it is laid much thinner than traditional screeds with only 25mm cover over the pipes or wires being required.

This enables the system to release heat much more quickly and efficiently in response to the user requirements. Good compaction around the heating pipes is assured due to the flowing nature of the screed, eliminating voids and air pockets which are common with traditional screeds.

Tarmac Truflow-B can be used in conjunction with cavity floor systems to provide a solid jointless surface with high load bearing capability whilst accommodating a range of cable management and air conditioning options through the provision of a continuous under floor cavity.

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Where can Truflow-B be used?

Sub floor levelling

Truflow-B is used for sub floor levelling, providing an ideal smooth, flat surface for the application of thin floor coverings, tiles and other specialist finishes and toppings. Examples of use includes offices, hotels, residential properties and commercial properties.

Underfloor heating

Tarmac Truflow-B is very well suited for underfloor heating applications since it is laid much thinner than traditional screeds.

Cavity flooring

Tarmac Truflow-B can be used in conjunction with cavity floor systems to provide a solid jointless surface with high load bearing capability

Why use Truflow-B?

Additional info

Curing - No curing is required. Truflow B should not be exposed to conditions that accelerate drying whilst hydration is taking place. Exposure to excessive drying conditions can induce plastic cracking.

 
 

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