UFH Screed – Culden Faw Limited – Culden Faw Estate
Culden Faw Limited specified an UFH screed (underfloor heating screed) to go on top of a previously prepared wet underfloor heating system.
The project was a residential property on the Culden Faw Estate, which must be one of the most picturesque villages in the UK.
Extending to 24m2 at a depth of 70mm. When dry, ceramic floor tiles would be laid directly onto the UFH screed.
Culden Faw Limited
“Culden Faw Estate comprises some 3,500 acres of mature beech woods, rolling pastures, parkland and unspoilt chalk valleys.
The Estate was formed by the amalgamation of Culham Estate, Hambleden Estate and Henley Park, Fawley and its impressive history is documented back as far as the Doomsday Book.
Today the Estate is run on a commercial basis, with its property portfolio including both Hambleden Village Stores & Post Office and the Stag and Huntsman Inn, land and farming interests, a forestry business, sporting activities as well as a venue for diverse events and outdoor activities, Culden Faw has a lot to offer.”
The historical pristine village local, meant that the UFH screed would need to cause as little impact as possible. The storing of site mixed screed was not practical, and certainly would impact on local neighbours. Noise would be a further consideration, if impact could be reduced this would certainly be desirable.
When considering an UFH screed, it’s thermal conductivity would be very important too.
The solution was a calcium sulphate flowing screed. Supplied locally from Tarmac, Topflow Screed A ticked all the boxes
- Nearly twice as thermally conductive as traditional sand and cement screed (greater system efficiency)
- Truck mixer delivery, no materials stored on site.
- Very little waste.
- Less than 30 minutes to discharge and pump into the property.
- Minimal cracking
- Low shirnkage
- Will not curl
- Eco friendly calcium sulphate binder
- Foot traffic within 24 to 48 hours
Minimal impact to the local environment, and residents.
Topflow Screed A UFH screed is a calcium sulphate binder.
The screed was pumped using the latest Putzmesiter SP20 worm feed screed pump.
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