Water-Based Levelling and Smoothing Compounds

ARDEX water-based products provide excellent levelling and self-smoothing, with rapid setting, hardening and drying properties, that enable the rapid installation of a smooth sub-floor prior to application of the final floorcovering.

  • ARDEX K 39

    Extended Workability, High Flow Levelling and Smoothing Compound

  • ARDEX FA 10

    Fibre Reinforced Levelling and Smoothing Renovation Compound

  • ARDEX K 15

    Rapid Drying Heavy Duty Self-Levelling Smoothing Compound

  • ARDEX K 15 HB

    High Build, Rapid Drying Smoothing Compound

  • ARDEX A 55 SPEED

    Ultra Rapid Hardening and Drying Levelling Compound

  • ARDEX K 301

    Exterior Self-Smoothing Levelling and Resurfacing Compound

  • ARDEX FA 20

    Fibre Reinforced Levelling and Smoothing Compound for Timber Floors

  • ARDEX K 11

    Rapid Hardening Levelling and Smoothing Compound

Tile adhesive
Notch size / bed thickness
Area to be covered

How much will I need?

The number of kg required = kg
The number of units required for your project = units.

The calculation above indicates the approximate number of units required, and does not allow for site conditions or wastage

Select product
Depth mm
Area to be covered
Select product
Depth mm
Area to be covered
Select product
Depth mm
Area to be covered

The calculator below will tell you how large an area a unit of the selected grout will cover, based on the dimensions that you supply. Simply enter the required figures in the boxes below and view the results in the results box.

Tile Dimensions Grout
Length (mm)
Breadth (mm)
(check joint width)
Joint Dimensions
Width (mm)
Depth (mm)

All tile and joint dimensions are rounded up to the nearest number (no decimal points).


Results - based on figures and product chosen above.
Result kg per square metre. Therefore:
a kg unit will cover -

How many unit(s) will I need?

Enter the area of your project here: m²   
The number of kg unit(s) required for your project =

The calculation above indicates the approximate number of units required, and does not allow for site conditions or wastage