ARDEX Concrete Management Systems™ (ACMS™) proactively addresses concrete construction issues through a new and innovative specified finishing method for new concrete with an integrated system of moisture control and self-leveling underlayment products. ACMS is installed using a range of high-technology pumping platforms and provides the ability to achieve a flat and level floor.
ACMS™ Rough Screed Option - In new construction applications, ACMS saves time and labor costs by eliminating the traditional steel trowel step in the finishing process. Using this system, the contractor will only place, consolidate, strike off and bull-float/restraighten the surface and allow the bleed-water to dissipate. Following a wet-cover cure (3 to 7 day min.) and surface brush blast, a layer of ARDEX self-leveling underlayment is installed either immediately after deflection or during interior build out. In some cases, the system can be installed first using an ARDEX Moisture Control System to allow almost immediate installation of finished flooring while mitigating any future risks resulting from moisture emissions from the slab. The resulting finish delivers a concrete substrate capable of meeting the most demanding flatness and levelness tolerances for both the flooring and other interior trades while eliminating unplanned leveling and delays.
ACMS™ Rough Screed Video (3:38)
Interface Between Concrete and Flooring RESOLVED
US Patent 8,857,130 B1 Announced English Español
Peter Craig: The Rise Fall of Moisture-Related Flooring Problems
Events / Presentations
- ARDEX Concrete Management Systems (ACMS) at the Strategic Development Council of American Concrete
Institute Foundation Technology Forum 41 in Dallas, TX on February 23, 2017 at 11:30 A.M.
ACMS and ARDIFLO Systems Brochure
ACMS and ARDIFLO Systems Sheet
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