Cellecta ScreedBoard 28 is the only single layer solution for timber frame buildings that is compliant with Robust Details. Cellecta Screedboard 28 is a dry screed floor board compatible with Robust Details EFT-5 & EFT-6. It is frequently viewed as the solution of choice for new build timber frame apartments.
At only 28mm thick Cellecta Screedboard 28 offers a reduced finished floor height whilst offering a hard wearing and durable surface that looks and feels like screed.
The Cellecta Screedboard 28 is quick and easy to lay, weighing 18.72kg per board and measuring 1.20m x 0.60m x 28mm the boards are easy to handle. The Yelofon FS50 edge strip must be laid at all perimeters to isolate the Cellecta ScreedBoard 28 from all walls and skirting boards.
The product can also incorporate underfloor heating by selecting the Cellecta Screedboard 20 and laying the 8mm Fibrefon resilient layer below routed thermal insulation such as polystyrene or polyurethane.
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Screedboard 20 and Screedboard 28 are products manufactured by Cellecta. The Cellecta Screedboard 20 is a 20mm calcium sulphate board is reinforced with cellulose fibre. The Cellecta Screedboard 28 has an 8mm Fibre resilient layer which reduces impact sound transmission.
The Cellecta Screedboard 20 is predominantly used over underfloor heating due to its low thermal resistance. When laid over routed insulation with underfloor heating pipes it is an ideal alternative to a wet screed.
The Cellecta Screedboard 28 can be used in many applications however it is predominantly used in timber frame construction. The high density board and unique resilient layer provide an unrivalled single layer solution.
Screedboard is a trademarked name which refers to the Cellecta Screedboard 20 and 28 however it has become a generic term used to describe a Gypsum based board that is reinforced with fibres.