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TechLevel™ 150 Self-Leveling Underlayment

Product No: techlevel-150-self-leveling-underlayment

TechLevel™ 150 is a premium, calcium aluminate-based, high quality self-leveling underlayment that achieves greater than 4300 psi compressive strength and incorporates low-prep technology. TechLevel 150 levels floors prior to the installation of ceramic tile, natural stone tile, resilient flooring, carpet, wood and other floor coverings. This quick setting underlayment can be applied up to 1.5″ (3.8 cm) thick in one pour and seeks its own level in minutes. Formulated to have excellent compressive strength, TechLevel 150 may be applied in residential structures with floor joists up to 24″ (61 cm) o.c. Formulated using Controlled Cure Technology™, TechLevel 150 helps eliminate installation problems such as bond failure, crumbling and staining of resilient flooring caused by the free moisture found in traditional underlayments.

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2 certifications

Certifications And Standards

Greenguard
Health Product Declaration (HPD)

General

Product Type: Hydraulic Cement Underlayment
MasterFormat® Number: 03 00 00
Health Product Declaration (HPD): Yes
Certifiers: UL Environment
UL GREENGUARD: Yes
UL GREENGUARD GOLD: Yes
Third Party Ecolabels: UL GREENGUARD, UL GREENGUARD Gold
Third Party Standards: Health Product Declaration (HPD)
Federal Standard - Single Attribute: UL GREENGUARD GOLD
Category: Building Finishes
Subcategory: Adhesives, Sealants
Healthier Material Guidance

Healthy Building Network (HBN)’s Healthier Material Guidance is based on our research into common product content and health hazards. The information is organized into recommendations using a simplified Hazard Spectrum, where products in the green categories are typically better options than those in the orange or red, and products in the yellow categories are generally less preferable than those at the top, but are better choices than those at the bottom. Learn more at Healthy Building Network’s HomeFree.

HBN’s HomeFree healthier material guidance makes it easy to choose safer options. To learn more on material health guidance, visit Healthy Building Network's HomeFree.