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BS 8204-1:2003 Screeds, bases and in situ floorings. Concrete bases and cementitious levelling screeds to receive floorings - Code of practice (+A1:2009)

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2003

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Abstract

Provides recommendations for constituent materials, design, work on site, inspection and testing of concrete bases that are to receive in situ wearing screeds of the following types: concrete; polymer modified cement; terrazzo; mastic asphalt; synthetic resin; magnesium oxychloride; pumpable self-smoothing screeds; and for bases and levelling screeds that are to receive flexible floor coverings such as: textiles; linoleum; polyvinyl chloride; rubber; cork; and rigid floorings such as: wood block and strip; laminate floor coverings; ceramic tiles; natural stone. Applies to ground-supported and suspended concrete floor bases.


Document History

Supersedes BS 8204-1:2002. Amendment No. 1 dated 30 September 2009 - See foreword.


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