Screed Calculator




Liquid Screed Calculator

Our online screed calculator provides an efficient way to precisely calculate the screed required for your project. At K M Flow Screed, we aim to provide precision in the construction world. Our screed mix calculator is designed to remove the estimations from your flooring projects.

Whether you are working as a professional builder or a DIY enthusiast, our screed calculator will ensure that you have the precise amount of screed for a perfect finish.

How Our Screed Calculator Works

You will be required to enter the length and width of your project area along with the average depth of the screed.

Our liquid screed calculator will process the given data to provide an accurate number for the quantity of screed required for the project.

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Benefits of Using Our Liquid Screed Calculator

Using our concrete screed calculator to calculate screed for your project comes with several benefits.

  • Delivers precise screed calculations to ensure efficient material usage.
  • You only buy the required quantity, reducing waste and saving money.
  • Easy to use for everyone.

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If you have any questions regarding your screed project or require high-quality liquid screed, our team is here to help.

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What is the average screed mix ratio?

The typical screed mix ratio is 1:4 cement to sand, facilitating a soft mixture that can be used easily. The screed mix ratio also comes from 1:3 to 1:5 cement to sand.

What are the different types of screed available in the market?

The types of screed available in the market are:

  • Sand and cement screed
  • Self-levelling screed
  • Anhydrite screed
  • Polymer-modified screed
  • Fibre reinforced screed

What is the purpose of using screed?

The primary reasons for using screed are:

  • Correcting base floor imperfections.
  • Creating a smooth and flat surface.
  • Providing a solid and stable surface for floor coverings.
  • Contributing to thermal and acoustic insulation.