Intercrete 4853 (formerly Cemprotec Levelling Coat)

Structural Concrete- Repair and Protection-Polymer Modified Cementitious Flooring

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Designed as a versatile, two component cementitious coating / wearing screed for levelling and waterproofing tamped or uneven concrete floors, or floors with no waterproofing membrane. Intercrete 4853 can be used as a waterproof cementitious coating, an underlayment or as a wearing screed to provide resistance to abrasion and trafficking, including level and sloping substrates and ramps.Can be applied in thicknesses ranging from 0 - 60mm Suitable for application to saturated substrates, or floors with no waterproofing membrane, without risk of blistering.


Product Chemistry Polymer Modified Cementitious Flooring
VOC content (EPA method) g/lt
Colour Options Grey
Maximum Dry film thickness 60000
Minimum Dry film thickness 1000
Number of components Multi Pack


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