Allied Custom Gypsum launches new underlayment product with hybrid technology
Acculevel® H40 provides a smooth surface for half the cost
NORMAN, Okla., July 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Allied Custom Gypsum is proud to announce the launch of their new and innovative hybrid cement product, Acculevel(® )H40. This product is ideal for out of level, or old, damaged concrete floors in commercial, institutional, and renovation projects. Acculevel(® )H40 provides a high early strength, durable smooth surface at about half the installed price of conventional levelers.
“We (Allied Custom Gypsum) are extremely excited to introduce Acculevel(®) H40 to the market,” says Brad Yocum, product & marketing manager-flooring. “This product is unlike any floor underlayment we have released to date. With its innovative hybrid technology, Acculevel(® )H40 gives you all the benefits at roughly half the cost.”
Acculevel(® )H40 is formulated to provide a fast-setting quick application, able to handle light traffic within only a few hours after pouring. Suitable for any type of floor covering, it can be applied at varying surface depths, ranging from ¼” to 1 ½” and provides compressive strengths of 4,500 psi to as high as 7,000 psi when fully cured. For projects designed to handle only pedestrian traffic, Acculevel(® )H40 requires little or no floor prep and no costly bead-blasting.
About Allied Custom Gypsum
Since 1955, Allied Custom Gypsum has progressed from a mining company to a cross-category, worldwide provider of quality gypsum products. Allied Custom Gypsum is headquartered in Norman, OK. With parent company, Harrison Gypsum, Allied Custom Gypsum operates several gypsum mines in Western Oklahoma and Texas, a mill and packaging facility in Bessie, OK, and a plaster manufacturing plant in Mooreland, OK. With more than a quarter billion tons of gypsum reserves, mostly food and pharmaceutical grade, Allied Custom Gypsum is one of the largest gypsum mining, processing, packaging, and distribution companies in the United States. To learn more about Allied Custom Gypsum, visit www.alliedcustomgypsum.com.
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