Helping to deliver a good night guarantee

Helping to deliver a good night guarantee

May 2017

King’s Cross Premier Inn has been refurbished using smoothing underlayments from UltraFloor.  HSB flooring contractors finished the hotel refurb in 2016, after several weeks of work while the hotel remained open, which presented additional project challenges.  However, due to the versatile UltraFloor Level IT Bond and speedy Level IT Super30 being selected for installation, the project ran without issue or delays.

Level IT Super30, which utilises specially blended cements and a high quality polymer liquid, is ideal for fast turnaround projects and where areas need to be reopened quickly.  The product sets in 30 minutes and can be overlaid with bonded floor coverings after two hours and unbonded in just 45 minutes.  

The formulation is free from ammonia and protein, creating a very low odour, and is thus suitable for confined areas, like schools, hospitals and the hospitality sector.  The product is designed to compensate for shrinkage and is polymer-modified, enhancing performance.

Level IT Bond is a rapid curing, high performance two-part smoothing underlayment.  It has exceptional adhesion characteristics making it suitable for use over adhesive residues, eliminating the need for priming.  Its rapid setting properties allow for floor coverings to be laid after only four hours.   
T: 01827 871871
W: www.ultra-floor.co.uk

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