Dougs Third Go
searched kerakoll website, no joy in what I'm looking for. Long and short of it is that it's a 100m2 floor on a anhydrite screed (laid 15 years ago so no residual humidity issues), sanded, primed, decoupled, adequate expansion joints, piped under floor heating. Job will be finished early next week,,,,Project manager wants to crank up the ufh as soon as I'm finished. Materials used are obviously primer 1:3 first the 1:1, kerakoll decoupling mat stuck with kerakoll biogel rapid set, honed random length limestone laid using kerakoll rapido, so all belt and braces as far as I'm concerned, just need a pdf for project manager to hand to customer as to the warming up procedure of ufh, obviously we know it's a minimum of 2 weeks then set off at ambient temp, crank up 2deg C for 24 hours, then off etc..