Be it manual work or the use of machinery, it is always ideal to follow a set procedure to ensure higher productivity and improved efficiency. Given below is the standard procedure followed at CSC for ensuring the safe and efficient
Screed reinforcement is a common practice adopted to improve the strength of screed constructions, curb shrinkage and cracking and impart better impact resistance to screeds. It is the inherent nature of screeds to shrink and curl and develop micro cracks
You might frequently see tips on how to protect a screed. But as they constantly go ignored- adding to the number of screed failures, we thought it would be more worthwhile to give a few tips on how to cause
Follow this procedure: Visually inspect the screed pump for obvious faults. Check the engine oil by using the dip stick. Check the compressor oil whilst the engine is cold. Check the hydraulic oil by viewing the gauge whilst the engine
The following information is a guide to the installation of rigid insulation on ground floors to receive a screed. The correct installation of polythene DPM, rigid insulation and separating layers are highly important to the overall integrity of the system.
The key to the successful implementation of a bonded application is to achieve a good bond between the substrate and the applied bonding coat. Proper preparation is the most important factor for achieving a successful floor screeding installation. Whatever topping