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Dusseldorf-based CEMEX to supply screed based on a LANXESS anhydrite binder

December 08/2011

(Lanxess) -- The placement of floor screed has begun at the new corporate headquarters of specialty chemicals company LANXESS in Cologne, Germany. Raised access flooring is to be installed over the next five months on some 38,000 square meters of office space, including a load-bearing layer made of self leveling calciumsulfate screed. The self leveling screed is supplied by Dusseldorf-based CEMEX Deutschland AG on behalf of system flooring manufacturer Sybotec GmbH, Frammersbach, Germany, which is performing the work.

One unique feature: The screed is based on the LANXESS calcium sulfate binder CAB 30 Compound. As the future tenants, we are really pleased that our own products form the best basis for flooring, says engineer Michael Witte, Anhydrite Marketing Director in LANXESS Advanced Industrial Intermediates business unit.

The raised access flooring, also referred to as raised flooring, enables occupants later on to design office space flexibly: Wherever a desk area is to be located, an opening is provided in the load-bearing layer. After completion of the floor, telecommunications equipment and electrical connections lie hidden in the hollow space between the load-bearing layer and the concrete floor.

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