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Construction Materials Perfect Floor Surfaces - VINNAPAS® Polymer Binders in Self-Leveling Floor Screeds

Instructor-led training | Customers & Distributors


This course will show you the advantages of using VINNAPAS® polymer binders in self-leveling floor screeds


Basic knowledge of chemistry


  • Overview of different SLC types
  • Raw materials and additives
  • Polymer binders and their importance for SLCs
  • Mineral binder systems and their effects: Portland cement, calcium aluminate cement, ettringite-based binders
  • Requirements and standards for VOCs in flooring
  • Practical work with SLCs, including guidelines for carrying out relevant test methods
  • Current market trends

Seminar objectives

In this seminar, you will learn about the different types of self-leveling flooring compounds and the advantages of using polymer binders for this application. The course will also cover current US and European standards for self-leveling compounds (SLCs).

Target audience

Technical anagers, R&D managers, chemists, lab technicians and salespeople with technical backgrounds

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Fee (includes value-added tax)

0.00 EUR

Number of participants

5 - 8


George Tessier

George is the Technical Service Manager for Wacker Chemical Corporation’s Construction Polymers Business Unit – Americas. George has been with WACKER since September 2009 and has more than 38 years of experience in the construction chemicals industry. George manages a Team of Chemists and Technicians in the Allentown facility responsible for the technical support of WACKER POLYMERS customers throughout North America. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Chemistry from the University of Vermont. He came to WACKER from BASF where he was the Group Leader for Cementitious Products & EIFS. Previously, he was the R&D Manager for Harris Specialty Chemicals/Thoro Systems.