Advantages and disadvantages of semi-dry screed
Due to the minimal amount of water in the semi-dense screed, the cement-sanded mortar is not liquid, it can easily be pulled out, which significantly increases the speed of work. For example, with the screed device in the classic way, one team can spill 100 square meters per shift, while the same team is able to overflow 250-300 square meters of screed in a mechanized manner. At the end of the article you can see a video that reflects the benefits of the speed of work.
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Conventional screeds are close to the M-300 and are still worn with cement at the top. So it's durable and lasts for decades, until it becomes sand.
Half dry - now almost sand. Which is slightly glued with cement. In 10-15 years, instead of the screed, it will be almost gravel.
And if the price is the same - is it worse?
In addition, you can make sound insulation of mineral wool and then pour the classic screed.
Types of screeds. Pros and cons
The comfort of the room depends to a large extent on the quality of the floor. However, the classic screed technology is difficult and time-consuming - it takes about four weeks to dry the "wet" cement sand. Does the modern construction industry offer a better option?
Floor surfaces - types of floor screed, advantages and disadvantages
Floor screed is an intermediate layer between the base and the main floor. Better that this is done, the more durable the floor will be in the room. In no case "storage" on the constituent materials can lead to the interruption of the formation of the screed, which can literally, in a few years, cause the floor to burst, on which intrusions and pits are formed. All this causes damage to the final coating (linoleum, laminate), the overall appearance of the room due to the uneven bottom becomes non-aesthetic.
Disadvantages of dry flooring methods
The popularity of the semi-dry field is very simple, in a few words - simple, fast and reliable. Regarding the shortcomings of this technology, they appear under the influence of external factors, so there are still problems with its implementation. The remaining weaknesses of semi-dry floor screeds are myths that will help you to spray!