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TG Concrete launch new quick-dry screed

TG Cemfloor

More effective and faster solution for industrial floors and underfloor heating projects

TG Concrete, part of the Tudor Griffiths Group, have launched TG Cemfloor – a self-levelling and quick-drying liquid screed for floors.

TG Concrete’s general manager, Dave Morris, said the new product had been created as a direct result of customer demand for a more effective and faster solution for underfloor heating projects.

‘We have carried out months of trials to ensure TG Cemfloor is the right solution for our customers, and we believe it will transform the installation process,’ he commented.

‘There has already been a great deal of interest in it and we’re looking forward to demonstrating just how much easier it will be to use than many existing commercial products on the market.’

According to Mr Morris, TG Cemfloor is a tough, durable, self-smoothing industrial floor topping specially designed for warehouses and industrial floors, and capable of withstanding heavy fork-lift traffic.

‘The difference though is that its quick-drying properties mean it’s dry enough for foot traffic after 24 hours, and heavy traffic after four days. This means a quicker installation (up to 2,000 square metres per day) and reduced build times as floor coverings can be applied faster.’

TG Cemfloor is said to meet all the required industry standards and has been rigorously tested to ensure consistent results from job to job.

‘This is another first for TG Concrete and demonstrates how committed we are to constantly driving the industry forward and seeking out new and innovative products that meet our customers’ very particular needs,’ said Mr Morris.

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