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Floor screed. A floor screed is usually a cementitious material made from a 1:3 or 1:4.5 ratio of cement to sharp sand.
It may be applied onto either a solid in-situ concrete ground floor slab or onto a precast concrete floor unit. Application The screed may be directly bonded to the base, with a minimum thickness of 40mm, laid unbonded onto a suitable damp proof membrane which is placed over the slab, with a minimum thickness of 50mm, or, if containing underfloor heating pipes a minimum of 65mm thick. Alternatively it may be applied as a floating finish over a layer of rigid insulation material where the screed should be a minimum 65mm thick or 75mm if it contains underfloor heating pipes. If reinforcement is required, this can either be in the form of a fine metal mesh or fibres which are normally polypropylene.
The screed may be left as finished, or floated to produce a smooth surface on which to lay the specified flooring or finish. USG Design Studio.