Anhydrite screeds can be applied at depths as thin as 35mm, or 45mm with underfloor heating pipes installed. This is particularly great for saving on material costs, or where the finished floor level is particularly challenging.
Anhydrite is much less prone to shrinkage than cement, which means it needs far fewer expansion joints. This is particularly important if you plan to lay large tiles, as these can sometimes be more vulnerable to cracking.
All liquid screeds are particularly suited to underfloor heating systems due to the way the liquid fully envelopes the pipes, thereby eliminating air spaces in the floor. This enhances heat transfer, particularly when the screed had minimal depth.
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