How ForceDry minimises drying times without the need for a perfect climate

How ForceDry minimises drying times without the need for a perfect climate

Flowing screeds are fantastic products for speed laying, maximising underfloor heating efficiency and delivering a high-quality finish. With drying times of around 60 days they offer better results in less time than the tradition sand and cement mix.

For most screed products an ideal climate is required for drying to occur. This ideal climate is typically 20c, 60%Rh, 24hrs per day for 60 consecutive days.

2018 was the hottest and driest in 40 years, surely an ideal climate for screed drying?

In reality, there was only one month in the whole of 2018 that delivered the ideal drying climate. In 2017 there were none.

Floors poured in June 2018 are still registering are wet in January 2019 and budgets have overrun.

Force-Dry’s service eliminates these problems.

Used 3 days after testing and pouring a screed, the ForceDry Dehumidifier creates the best possible drying climate throughout the process. When used in conjunction with the ForceDry Boiler, activated on day 7 of the drying process, an average drying time of just 21 days is achieved.

Gaining this extra program time also reduces the risk of floor failure and expensive remedial work, whilst creating an ambient atmosphere for other trades and materials.

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Established in 2012, following many years experience in underfloor heating, Force-Dry have developed a product that solves issues associated with drying and curing times for flowing screeds.

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