Roof screeding is non-structural concrete, poured typically without any steel reinforcement. Roof screeding receives maximum exposure against temperature fluctuations, which often results in concrete cracks and access to rain water.
- Plastic Shrinkage Cracks: Duracrete polypropylene fibre added to fresh concrete screeding provides protection against plastic shrinkage cracking up to approximately 80%.
- Secondary Reinforcement: Presence of millions of fibres in concrete provides three-dimensional and lasting reinforcement.
- Water Penetration: Reduction in concrete surface cracks improves roof screeding resistance to water penetration.