Uzin Cement

Video of the Week: Low shrink rapid cement

  • 15 May 2017

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Buildingtalk’s Video of the Week looks at UZIN SC 980 low shrink rapid cement.

Screeds can have a drying time of at least 28 days. Often the drying times may last much longer due to large application depths. The solution for expediting the drying times comes with the low shrinkage rapid cement UZIN SC 980.

It incorporates the latest technology so deformation, cracks and shrinkage are avoided. Regardless of the floor covering, the surfaces are ready for covering after 24 hours. Thanks to its reduced shrinkage, joint-free bays up to 200 m² are possible. 

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