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Schluter-BEKOTEC-DFP10/100 is a Movement Joint Profile used for installation at door areas or for dividing screed surfaces.Schluter BEKOTEC-DFP10/100 Movement Joint Profile - Function:
is a modular screed system that produces permanent flooring assemblies that are free from internal stresses. The basis for this system is the Schluter-BEKOTEC-EN23F, a studded polystyrene screed panel that is placed directly over any load-bearing substrate and optional common sound- and/or heat-insulating layers. The studs effectively divide the screed into smaller, 4-1/4" (108 mm) square modules, thereby confining shrinkage and curing stresses to control deformations such as curling and continuous cracks that can be common in a traditional screed. The BEKOTEC Modular Screed System allows the installation of continuous screed surfaces without any control joints or wire reinforcement. The elimination of control joints allows surface movement joints to be placed to match the joint layout in the tile layer.
The BEKOTEC Modular Screed System
reduces impact sound transmission. Since it is a floating screed system, it is also possible to incorporate a variety of sound attenuation materials below the panel, allowing for even greater impact sound reduction. Ceramic and stone tile is installed over the BEKOTEC screed using the Schluter-DITRA uncoupling membrane. Please refer to the Schluter-DITRA Installation Handbook (detail D-C-TS for Portland cement-based screeds and detail D-G-TS for gypsum-based screeds) for installation requirements, including but not limited to setting and grouting materials, setting and grouting specifications, and movement joint placement. Surface coverings not sensitive to cracking, such as parquet or carpet, can be placed directly over the screed as soon as the residual moisture has reached an appropriate level.