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Tilemaster Anhylevel for Smoothing and Levelling Subfloors

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Product Code: TLM185

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AnhyLevel is a high performance, free flowing, self smoothing calcium sulphate based floor compound designed for smoothing and levelling subfloors prior to the installation of floor coverings. AnhyLevel has been specifically developed for direct application to calcium sulphate screeds and calcium sulphate flooring systems without the need to apply a barrier primer. When fixing ceramic, porcelain and natural stone tiles on top of AnhyLevel, Tilemaster AnhyFix tile adhesive must be used to fix the tiles. For further information please follow the links for the Technical Data Sheet and the Health and Safety Data Sheet.

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The excellent levelling and smoothing properties of AnhyLevel make it the ideal choice when preparing subfloors prior to the installation of floor coverings such ceramic/porcelain and natural stone tiles, LVT, laminate, carpet, resin and linoleum.

AnhyLevel can be applied from 2mm – 20mm in one application without the need to add additional aggregate. AnhyLevel is flexible and it is suitable for use with underfloor heating systems and flooring grade plywood overlays, whilst also being suitable for use on flooring grade asphalt and epoxy Damp Proof Membranes. AnhyLevel is fast setting and it will accept light foot traffic after 3 hours. AnhyLevel must be left to dry before applying the final surface flooring. This is typically after 3 hours for ceramic, porcelain and natural stone tiles and 24 hours for resilient floor coverings such as LVT and sheet vinyl. If there is no airflow within site conditions, the drying time may be restricted. The critical moisture content for the flooring in question must be observed.

When applying AnhyLevel in excess of 10mm, depending on site temperatures and drying conditions, the drying time may be extended before surface floor coverings can be installed.