We manufacture Gypsol binder for anhydrite flowing screeds in quality-assured Readymix facilities throughout the UK. Gypsol screeds are also available in specific locations from volumetric on-site mixing systems.
What we do
Gypsol screed is made from our high-quality Gypsol anhydrite binder, specially selected sands, and clean water. Therefore, it offers the user a simple and effective floor-screeding solution for floating, unbonded, or fully bonded applications where you use a subsequent floor covering.
Benefits of using Gypsol
Using Gypsol Classic will benefit your screed floor because of:
- Rapid application
Thin Screed sections
- 40mm Floating Commercial
- 35mm Floating Domestic
- 30mm Unbonded
- 25mm Bonded
- 25mm cover to underfloor heating pipes
- 28 days natural drying*
- 13 days forced drying*
Rapid commissioning of underfloor heating
- Underfloor heating can be commissioned and run after just seven days
- No reinforcement nor fibres required
- No curing agents required
Fully self-compacting and high density
- Offers 80kg/m2 density at just 40mm
Rapid return to service of work areas
- Foot traffic after only 48 hours
- Full loading after just seven days
Assured high strength
- Minimum Ca C25 – F4
*Independently tested and based on 50mm depth at 20˚C and 60% RH. Complete test data is available on request.
Packaging Gypsol Classic
LKAB Minerals Gypsol Classic screed is available from all Readymix and volumetric screed producers who stock Gypsol Binder.
LKAB Minerals recently had an EPD completed. Click below to see the results.
Environmental Product Declaration
Completed in accordance with ISO 14025 and EN 15804:2012+A2:2019, the EPD report found the following total of kg of CO2 per tonne:
• Gypsol binder: 91.7
• Gypsol Complete binder: 108
Gypsol Screed Product Range
The below screeds are available from ready-mix companies.
|Our general-purpose screeding system. The most commonly used material in our range.
|A self-compacting, self-smoothing, fast-drying floor screed using Gypsol Complete binder.
(High Thermal Conductivity)
|A screed made for use with underfloor heating and cooling systems.
|An ultra-thin screed for bonded and un-bonded applications at a minimum depth of 15mm.
|thin screed suitable for bonded and un-bonded applications down to a 20mm minimum depth.
|Specially formulated and tested for use in timber frames and over timber-supported floors, including acoustic conditions.
|Extra strength material for use in heavy-duty applications, where loading is likely to be higher than normal.
|Particularly fit for screeds pumped over very long distances or high buildings of 10 stories and above.
|Designed for use in modular construction to allow early movement of units, also for a lightweight steel frame and Lewis Decking.