Floors shouldn’t trip you over. With anhydrite screed you’ll always be the right way up. Poured screeds are proven by years of practice and have become the first choice of professionals. This safe and environmentally-friendly building material creates a foundation for healthy living. Gypsum screeds are stable and free of any unwelcome shrinkage.
With self-levelling screeds we can save on floor thickness. The screeds are applied with thicknesses starting from 35mm, which is 25% less than cement screed. This “thickness saving” can be used for thermal or sound insulation purposes, thereby increasing the warmth and comfort of the living space.
Thanks to their excellent heat conducting properties, poured anhydrite screeds are ideal for effective underfloor heating. Gypsum screeds combine comfort with cost savings. Screeds envelop the underfloor heating pipes perfectly, leading to the faster and more even distribution of heat over the floor surface.
New builds or rebuilds, various substrate types, any kind of final floor layer – with poured screed you can work quickly, reliably and at a sensible price. Thanks to the self-levelling properties and liquid consistency of anhydrite screeds we can achieve the requisite flatness without having to level out the floor using further layers of self-levelling skims. Baumit Alpha gypsum screeds are supplied in sacks or tanks. Poured screeds are stable, free of unwelcome stresses and the need for additional reinforcement. Anhydrite screeds are a suitable choice for builders and investors.
A category CA-C20-F5 self-levelling poured gypsum screed for interiors, ideal for underfloor heating. Anhydrite screed can be applied in contact form (25–50mm), separated form (30–50mm), floating form (35–50mm) or as a screed for underfloor heating (at least 35mm + the diameter of the heating pipes).
A category CA-C30-F6 self-levelling poured gypsum screed with increased strength, for interiors and ideal for underfloor heating. Also suitable for smaller thicknesses. Anhydrite screed can be applied in contact form (25–35mm), separated form (25–40mm) or floating form (30–50mm) or as a screed for underfloor heating (at least 35mm + the diameter of the heating pipes).