A strip of plaster of the thickness proposed for the coat, applied to the wall at intervals of four or five feet, as a guide.
A wooden straightedge used to lay across the plaster screed, as a limit for the thickness of the coat.
The leveling of concrete to the correct elevation during a concrete pour. A screed is also a tool for striking off the concrete surface.
To level off concrete to the correct elevation during a concrete pour. To strike off concrete lying above the desired plane or shape. A screed is also a tool for striking off the concrete surface, sometimes referred to as a strike off. See strike off.
A layer of mortar laid over a concrete floor slab.
straight-edged sword or metal template, fixed temporarily to a surface as a guide in concreting or plastering
Layer of fine concrete which provides a smooth surface for the final floor finish.
A layer of material laid in situ, directly onto a base, bonded or unbonded, or onto an intermediate layer or insulation layer, for one or more of the following purposes: to obtain a defined level; to carry the final flooring. (Also see Ready-mixed Screed).
an accurately levelled strip of material placed on a wall or floor as guide for the even application of plaster or concrete
Layer of fine concrete used to provide smooth surface prior to floor finish
A small strip of wood, usually the thickness of the plaster coat, used as a guide for plastering.
A long, very straight board used for striking off concrete.
A guide for the correct thickness of plaster or concrete being placed on surfaces.
Often simply a length of 2x4, a screed is any long, straight board used to level newly poured concrete. The screed is placed on top of the concrete forms and moved along them to create a surface that's level with the tops of the forms. Home Improvement Encyclopedia
A thin level layer of material usually applied to floors.
Final, smooth finish of a solid floor, usually cement, concrete or asphalt.
Firmly established grade strips or side forms for unformed concrete which will guide the strikeoff in producing the desired plane or shape.
A thin layer of mortar used to give a smoother finish over a bed of rough mortar.
Part of the paver that levels and shapes the asphalt during placing.Also refers to a hand held wooden leveling device.
To level off freshly poured concrete and plaster. Also, the straight-edged device used in the screening process.
To use a straightedge, for leveling mortar as it's applied for a mortar bed.
Strips of wood, metal, mortar or other material used as guides on which a straightedge is worked to obtain a true mortar surface.
The device towed behind the tractor to strike off, compact, contour, and smooth the paving material.
To strike off concrete to the desired level.
The wood or metal straightedge used to strike off or level newly placed concrete when doing cement work. Screeds can be the leveling device used or the form work used to level or establish the level of the concrete. Screeds can be hand used or mechanical.
An established grade which is used as a guide for striking off the surface of fresh concrete at a desired level.
A straight edge used for leveling concrete over forms. Also used to assist in leveling the application of plaster.
Straight board which levels and removes excess concrete, etc. which has been poured into forms, prior to its hardening.