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Longfloor IntegraCure®

Longfloor IntegraCure® is a high-performance cement based, free flowing, self-compacting liquid screed established by Longcliffe Quarries that our Concrete Division supply across North Yorkshire and the North East.

Since the introduction of horizontally laid self-compacting concretes some 20 years ago and more recently, cementitious flowing screeds, these materials have all been bound by the same problem – the need to use a spray applied curing agent. The curing agent is required to stop the material drying out too quickly which could result in plastic shrinkage cracking. It is a process reliant on selecting the correct curing agent for the product and application, ensuring the application equipment is of the right standard and the material is sprayed at the correct dosage. More often than not, one or more of these processes does not take place, resulting in issues. IntegraCure® completely removes this process from the installation of the screed.

Longfloor IntegraCure® is the complete liquid cement screed solution for both domestic and commercial flooring:

  • Dries in ⅓ of the time of a traditional sand/cement screed or standard anhydrite flowing screeds.
  • Removal of the requirement to apply a curing agent saving time and expense.
  • Allows foot traffic in just 24-48 hours after placing.
  • Suitable to receive non-moisture sensitive floor finishes between 7-14 days.
  • Laitance free – meaning there’s no site revisits for sanding.
  • On a single visit over 1000m2 can easily be laid.
  • Compatible with all types of primers, grouts and adhesives and can even be laid in wet rooms.
  • Excellent thermal conductivity ranging from 1.9W/m.K to 2.6W/m.K dependent on raw material package.
  • Maximum bay sizes can now be between 200-250m2 dependent on length to width ratio and room shape. Aspect ratio can now exceed 4:1.
  • 25N/mm2 compressive strength and 6N/mm2 flexural strength. Higher strength versions are available upon request.
  • Drying shrinkage is significantly reduced compared to other cementitious systems.