Enter the area to be covered and the thickness of the compound layer into the calculator to determine the coverage of the self-leveling compound.

## Self-Leveling Coverage Formula

The following formula is used to calculate the coverage of a self-leveling compound.

C = (A * T) / S

Variables:

• C is the coverage of the self-leveling compound (square feet) A is the area to be covered (square feet) T is the thickness of the compound layer (inches) S is the spread rate of the compound (square feet per inch)

To calculate the coverage of a self-leveling compound, multiply the area to be covered by the thickness of the compound layer. Then divide the result by the spread rate of the compound. This will give you the total coverage in square feet.

## What is a Self-Leveling Coverage?

Self-Leveling Coverage is a term often used in the paint and coating industry to describe a product’s ability to spread out evenly on a surface, eliminating brush strokes or roller marks. This feature ensures a smooth and uniform finish, regardless of the application method. It is particularly beneficial for surfaces that are highly visible or those that require a high level of aesthetic appeal.

## How to Calculate Self-Leveling Coverage?

The following steps outline how to calculate the Self-Leveling Coverage using the formula: C = (A * T) / S

1. First, determine the area to be covered (A) in square feet.
2. Next, determine the thickness of the compound layer (T) in inches.
3. Next, determine the spread rate of the compound (S) in square feet per inch.
4. Next, use the formula C = (A * T) / S to calculate the coverage of the self-leveling compound (C) in square feet.