Appearance: Mixture of binders Apparent volumetric mass: ≈ 0.96kg/dm³ UEAtc/CSTB 2435 Shelf life: ≈ 12 months in the original packaging in dry environment Pack: 20kg Bag Mixing water up to: ≈ 13 l/1 20kg bag Pot life: ≥ 3 hrs Temperature range for application: From +5 °C to +35 °C Foot traffic: ≈ 8 hrs Waiting time before laying: - Ceramic tiles ≈ 24 hrs – U.R. < 3 % CM - LVT, vinyl and hardwood floors ≈ 5 days - U.R. < 2 % CM Coverage: 2 – 2.5 kg/m² per cm of thickness Certified, eco-friendly, normal-setting and quick-drying mineral hydraulic binder for high-performance screeds. Ideal for underfloor heating systems. Ideal for use in GreenBuilding.
Keracem® Eco, mixed with inert materials of assorted grain size from 0 to 8 mm, creates screeds of high dimensional stability and constant moisture stability, guaranteeing the rapid, safe laying of ceramic tiles after 24 hours and LVT, vinyl and hardwood floors after just 5 days.
Screed with normal setting and rapid drying, bonded to the substrate with thickness ≥ 20 mm, floating and unbonded screeds with thickness ≥ 40mm if mixed with suitable inert materials. Compatible adhesives: - Gel adhesives, mineral adhesives, with SAS technology, single and two-component organic adhesives - Reactive-epoxy and polyurethane, single and two-component cement-based adhesives, dispersed in water or solvent solutions Covering materials: - Homogeneous tiles, ceramic tiles, Klinker, Cotto, glass and ceramic mosaic, of all types and formats - Natural stone, recomposed materials and marble including those subject to high deformation or rapid staining due to water absorption - Hardwood floors, rubber, LVT, vinyl, carpets Substrates: - Flooring in prefabricated concrete or fresh concrete castings, cement-based screeds, lightened concrete, panels for sound-proofing and thermal isolation
Screeds for internal/external use, in domestic, commercial and industrial applications, also in areas subject to thermal shock and freezing, underfloor heating systems.
Do not use on deformable substrates, without having previously calculated the degree of flexure and having provided for the necessary fractioning joints on the screed; in adherence on concrete castings which have not yet fully cured.