FlexiDry helps DIYers by releasing installation & FAQ videos

FlexiDry is committed to ensuring construction professionals in the UK are well placed to take full advantage of this significant advance in screed technology and to assist with this they have released FlexiDry Installation & FAQ Videos.

Used successfully in thousands of projects across Europe, FlexiDry is a low concentrated liquid additive that is simply added to a cementitious screed mix on site. Depending on the concentration added, FlexiDry transforms screed drying times with a choice of 7, 14 or 21 days.

The first of the films, produced by Wycombe-based video specialist Which Venture, shows floor screed being installed on site over an underfloor heating system. The explanatory video was produced in conjunction with Warmafloor GB, one of the UK's leading installers of underfloor heating.

A second video of Frequently Asked Questions makes using FlexiDry simpler by addressing questions most often asked by architects, M&E consultants, underfloor heating contractors, builders and screed installers.

An additional third video shows contractors how to ensure FlexiDry is dry enough to lay final floor coverings. The calcium carbide test is demonstrated and explained with a full commentary.

All three of these videos can be viewed on the FlexiDry website at http://www.flexidry.com/index.php/screeding/floor_screed_science/videos.

The FlexiDry website is not the only place to find updates about FlexiDry. Twitter, Facebook and Youtube are among the modern media being used to deliver publications, useful hints and tips, photos and videos to reach a wider network - all accessed via the ‘FlexiDry Community' area within the Expert Centre of the website.

In addition to reduced drying times, FlexiDry benefits include the ability to accept foot traffic after 12 hours of laying; improved compressive strength; and a reduced carbon footprint. Due to its high density and easy compaction FlexiDry is the perfect partner for underfloor heating systems.

N.B. The information contained in this story is provided by the supplier and does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of lets-do-diy.com.

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