Rapid Set LevelFlor® is a self-leveling underlayment. Apply from 1/8” to 2″ thick, and up to 5″ thick when extended with aggregate. LevelFlor is ideal for indoor and outdoor use, over new or existing concrete floor projects. It is able to be coated within 16 hours. Tested in accordance with: ASTM C1708.
Coverage Rate: 24-30 sq ft @ 1/4″, 12-15 sq ft @ 1/2″
Rapid Set Tru® PC is a polishable self-leveling overlay. Able to be dry or wet polished to expose aggregate in 24 hours. Place with a minimum thickness of 3/8″, or a minimum thickness of 1/2″ for floors subjected to high traffic conditions such as schools, airports, warehouses, retail, restaurants, lobbies, and more. Available in natural and gray colors.
Coverage Rate: 16 sq ft @ 3/8″, 12 sq ft @ 1/2″
Tru® Self-Leveling is a polishable topping with a long flow life, working time, and a strong surface with high strength. Place with a minimum thickness of 1/8″, or extend with clean, dry 3/8″ pea gravel for thicknesses greater than 1.5″. Available in natural and gray colors.
Coverage Rate: 15-16 sq ft @ 3/8″, 11-12 sq ft @ 1/2″
Rapid Set Acrylic Primer improves adhesion with self-leveling products. This primer reduces pinholes and bubbles from forming on the finished surface.
Coverage Rate: 400-600 per sq ft per gallon when diluted properly
TXP™ Fast two component, alkali resistant epoxy primer is designed to be used with self-leveling TRU products. This is a 100% solids primer that is ready for overlayment within 4-6 hours. This product increases penetration into the substrate and increases adhesion for overlaysments. Tested in accordance with: ASTM D2196, D2240, D695, D790.
Coverage Rate: 160 sq ft per gal @ 10 mils, 133 sq ft per gal @ 12 mils
Tru PC Spiked Roller
This roller is designed for TRU® PC Polished Concrete. The spikes release trapped air and the wide spike spacing allows for improved aggregate consistency at the surface.
TRU Self-Leveling Spiked RollerRapid Set
This roller is designed for use with TRU® Self-Leveling and LevelFlor®. The closely spaced spikes are more effective at releasing trapped air in these fine aggregate self-leveling products without leaving a pattern in the finished surface.