The Supreme Concrete Beam and Block Flooring System saves time and cost on site. The floor is quick to install without the need for specialist skills. Site preparation is reduced and no hardcore or oversite concreting is required.
Beam and Block Flooring is quick, cost effective and relatively easy to install as no specialist skills are required. Once installed it creates a immediate working platform which is completely rot and draught proof. There is no need for excessive concreting as it can be insulated straight away once it's been installed, allowing you to move on with the project. It is 120mm wide and normally used in domestic housing applications. It can also be cut to length using appropriate equipment.Key Features
- Cost effective
- Rot proof
- Draught proof
It is essential the floor beams are handled correctly and stacked the right way up. They should be lifted as close to the ends as possible and no damaged beams should be used in the installation. It is important that all mortar in the preceding work is adequately cured, having enough strength to give support to the floor being installed. Ensure that all mortar and debris is removed from the bearing points and they are level and true. Generally a DPC should be placed over all bearings before laying a ground floor. Beams should have a nominal bearing of 100mm on the masonry.Technical data
They are designed in accordance with BS 8110 - 1997. They are produced using concrete with cube strength in excess of 60N/mm2 at 28 days and have a 1-hour fire rating.