Maxxon® Corporation -EZ Crete™ Self Leveling Floor Underlayment

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  • Low prep, economical resurfacing solution
  • Ideal for deeper installations
  • More than 140 UL and ULC fire-resistance rated designs
  • Ready for foot traffic in 2 to 4 hours
  • GREENGUARD Gold Certified

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Maxxon® Corporation
920 Hamel Road
P.O. Box 253
Hamel, MN 55340
Tel: (800) 356-7887
Fax: (763) 478-2431

info@maxxon.com

https://maxxon.com/

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EZ Crete™ Self Leveling Floor Underlayment

  • Low prep, economical resurfacing solution
  • Ideal for deeper installations
  • More than 140 UL and ULC fire-resistance rated designs
  • Ready for foot traffic in 2 to 4 hours
  • GREENGUARD Gold Certified

Application
Multifamily/light commercial wood frame and pre-cast, poured-in-place, and pre-stressed concrete construction and renovation.

Subfloor
Interior gypsum, concrete, wood.

Code Listings:

  • ICC ESR-2540
  • UL ER8477-01


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Specifications

Technical Data
Installation DepthsFrom 3/8" to 3" (10 - 76 mm) over concrete.
From 3/4" to 3" (19 - 76 mm) over wood.
For deeper pours.
Compressive StrengthMinimum 3,500 psi (24.1 MPa)
Dry Density115-125 lbs./ft3 (1842-2002 kg/m3)
Packaging50 lb. bag
Storage Temperature50 - 100 °F (10 - 38 °C)
Coverage3/8" (10 mm): 13.9 ft2 (1.29 m2)
1/2" (13 mm): 10.4 ft2 (0.97 m2)
3/4" (19 mm): 6.9 ft2 (0.64 m2)
Installation Temperature50 °F (10 °C) for at least 24 hours prior to installation
Trade Traffic24 hours after installation, Foot traffic, typically within 2-4 hours
Fire Performance (ASTM E84)Flame Spread - 0
Fuel Contribution - 0
Smoke Development - 0
Green Information
ProjectCreditCategory
Environmental QualityEQ 2Low Emitting Materials
EQ 4Indoor Air Quality Assessment
EQ 9Acoustic Performance
Materials & ResourcsMR 3Building Product Disclosure and Optimization - Sourcing Raw Materials