Three new innovative flooring products from Ardex UK

ARDEX UK are delighted to announce the launch of three exciting new products to complement their extensive range of high performance smoothing and levelling compounds and flooring adhesives.

Suitable for a wide variety of applications, NEW ARDEX K 301 is a truly versatile product that every flooring and building professional should have at hand. It is designed to smooth and level rough and damaged concrete surfaces in internal and external situations, and is perfect for repairing impact damaged drives, paths, balconies and patios. ARDEX K 301 can be used for larger areas such as parking areas, courtyards, etc. and can also be applied by trowel or pump to pre-level floors prior to the application of a damp proof membrane such as ARDEX DPM.

Featuring MICROTEC technology, NEW ARDEX FA 20 is an advanced fibre reinforced smoothing and levelling compound for timber floors, flooring grade asphalt and substrates with adhesive residues. The superior fibre reinforced formulation ensures a high performance flexible finish with exceptional stability and a crack-free result when used to smooth timber floors prior to applying floorcoverings.

NEW ARDEX AF 2510 is a two component polyurethane flooring adhesive that spreads like your favourite emulsion based adhesive and can be trowelled with ease using a large or small notched trowel. It is suitable for fixing PVC, polyolefins, linoleum, rubber and hardwoods. Virtually emission free and water resistant when fully cured, ARDEX AF 2510 has high heat resistance making it ideal for use in retail environments behind glass façades. Furthermore, because of its high strength, ARDEX AF 2510 is perfect for surfaces subject to high loads such as industrial premises or sports centres, as well as wet or external areas.

To find out more about these new products or any other product in the ARDEX range, contact your local ARDEX stockist or telephone 01440 714939, email info@ardex.co.uk or visit ARDEX online at www.ardex.co.uk

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