Flowing Screed - Stratosphere, London 60 Second Case Study
Supaflo Summit - Flowing Screed for High Rise Buildings Stratosphere is a £17.5 million mixed use sky scraper development by Telford Homes, creating over 300 new residences in London, close to Stratford Westfield and the Olympic Park.
During construction one of the requirements set by the client was that the floor screed had to be pumped in a single lift - with the highest pour taking place 120 meters up on the 36th floor.
When approached by the flooring contractor TCS screeding for a solution, CEMEX recommended Supaflo Summit, an anhydrite based flowing screed specifically designed for highrise developments, and can be pumped above 10 storeys without the risk of the material segregating.
Supaflo Summit is also ideal for use with both electric or water based underfloor heating systems.
TCS screeding chose Supaflo Summit as the solution along with using their new, environmentally friendly, electric pump to achieve the pumping heights required.
CEMEX supplied around 750m3 of Supaflo - which was manufactured at 3 different production units, yet delivered an ultra consistent product throughout the project.
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