BAL Level Max is a brand new product from UK-based manufacturer BAL. Unlike competitor products, the high performance self-levelling compound can be used to create bed depths of up to 80mm in a single application. BAL Level Max rapid-setting leveller is easy to use, and could save you time and money on your installation. BAL Level Max can be used in conjunction with the following floor coverings:
- Ceramic tiles
- Porcelain tiles
- Mosaic tiles
- Natural stone
- Wooden floors including parquet & laminate
This high performance new floor levelling compound can be used on cement, overlaid timber floors, unglazed ceramic tiles, hard natural stone, tile backer boards, mastic asphalt, anhydrite or calcium sulphate screeds and tile adhesive residues. Unlike other self levelling compounds, BAL Level Max can be used to create bed depths of up to 80mm in just one application, as is perfect for floors with varying heights. It only needs a minimum bed depth of 3mm on timber, providing three times more coverage than other levellers, and saving you time and money.
Benefits of BAL Level Max
- Bed depths of up to 80mm in a single application
- No need for aggregate in isolated areas
- 30 minutes working time
- Levels backgrounds with varying heights easily
- Self smoothing formula
- Rapid setting – tile after just 4 hours
- Highly polymer modified
- Compatible with underfloor heating
- Only requires a minimum 3mm bed depth on timber
- Contains BAL’s Fibre Stand Technology (FST)
- Comes with a 25 year guarantee
When installing BAL Level Max a steel trowel should be used on most areas, however the mixture can be pumped on to very large surfaces and spread with a long hand blade. Do not use a spiked roller as it will pull the fibres to the surface. If any trowel marks remain run down before the compound has hardened (after 3 hours). The surface can be tiled after 4 hours, and soft floor finished like vinyl and carpet can be laid after 24 hours. See the video below for more information about BAL Level Max.
Order BAL Level Max online at Tile Fix Direct today.