3.3 Interior ceiling insulation

  • 3.3.1 Soffit insulation with roughcast finish

    FOAMGLAS® slabs with cold adhesive PC® 56

    3.3.1 Soffit insulation with roughcast finish
    1. Concrete deck
    2. Primer coat
    3. Mechanical fastening with anchors PC® F
    4. FOAMGLAS® slabs, bonded with PC® 56
    5. Base coat PC® 64 with reinforcing mesh PC® 150
    6. Roughcast render PC® 78

    Advantages of the FOAMGLAS® system

    • Quality: System with high quality materials. Quality management by systematic site inspections and professional consulting.
    • Cost efficiency: The high durability preserves maximum value and guarantees minimal maintenance costs.
    • Sustainability: Optimum insulation and protection against moisture for generations.
    • Safety: Compact, fully bonded insulation system preventing damages due to condensate and mould. Cellular glass contains no toxic substances and, in case of fire, does not develop fumes or toxic gases.
    • Functionality: Insulation, vapour and capillary barrier in one single functional layer.
    Technical data sheet FG_TDS_3-3-1-UK_1013.pdf
    CAD Drawing FG_CAD_3-3-1-EN00_20121231.pdfFG_CAD_3-3-1-EN00_20121231.dwg
  • 3.3.2 Soffit insulation in wet rooms with roughcast finish

    FOAMGLAS® slabs with cold adhesive PC® 56

    3.3.2 Soffit insulation in wet rooms with roughcast finish
    1. Concrete deck
    2. Primer coat
    3. Mechanical fastening with anchors PC® F
    4. FOAMGLAS® slabs, bonded with PC® 56
    5. Primer layer PC® 64 with reinforcing mesh PC® 150
    6. Primer sealer PC® 130
    7. Roughcast render PC® 78

    Advantages of the FOAMGLAS® system

    • Quality: System with high quality materials. Quality management by systematic site inspections and professional consulting.
    • Cost efficiency: The high durability preserves maximum value and guarantees minimal maintenance costs.
    • Sustainability: Optimum insulation and protection against moisture for generations.
    • Safety: Compact, fully bonded insulation system preventing damages due to condensate and mould. Cellular glass contains no toxic substances and, in case of fire, does not develop fumes or toxic gases.
    • Functionality: Insulation, vapour and capillary barrier in one single functional layer.
    Technical data sheet FG_TDS_3-3-2-UK_1013.pdf
    CAD Drawing FG_CAD_3-3-2-EN00_20121231.pdfFG_CAD_3-3-2-EN00_20121231.dwg
  • 3.3.3 Soffit insulation with finishing plaster

    FOAMGLAS® slabs with cold adhesive PC® 56

    3.3.3 Soffit insulation with finishing plaster
    1. Concrete deck
    2. Primer coat
    3. Mechanical fastening with anchors PC® F
    4. FOAMGLAS® slabs, bonded with PC® 56
    5. Finishing plaster Knauf MP 75L

    Advantages of the FOAMGLAS® system

    • Quality: System with high quality materials. Quality management by systematic site inspections and professional consulting.
    • Cost efficiency: The high durability preserves maximum value and guarantees minimal maintenance costs.
    • Sustainability: Optimum insulation and protection against moisture for generations.
    • Safety: Compact, fully bonded insulation system preventing damages due to condensate and mould. Cellular glass contains no toxic substances and, in case of fire, does not develop fumes or toxic gases.
    • Functionality: Insulation, vapour and capillary barrier in one single functional layer.
    Technical data sheet FG_TDS_3-3-3-UK_1013.pdf
    CAD Drawing FG_CAD_3-3-3-EN00_20121231.pdfFG_CAD_3-3-3-EN00_20121231.dwg
    National BIM Library http://www.nationalbimlibrary.com/foamglas/3-3-3-soffit-with-foamglas-insulation-and-plaster-finish
  • 3.3.4 Soffit insulation with fine finish

    FOAMGLAS® slabs with cold adhesive PC® 56

    3.3.4 Soffit insulation with fine finish
    1. Concrete deck
    2. Primer coat
    3. Mechanical fastening with anchors PC® F
    4. FOAMGLAS® slabs, bonded with PC® 56
    5. Base coat PC® 74A2 with reinforcing mesh PC® 150
    6. Primer PC® 310
    7. Fine finish PC® 140

    Advantages of the FOAMGLAS® system

    • Quality: System with high quality materials. Quality management by systematic site inspections and professional consulting.
    • Cost efficiency: The high durability preserves maximum value and guarantees minimal maintenance costs.
    • Sustainability: Optimum insulation and protection against moisture for generations.
    • Safety: Compact, fully bonded insulation system preventing damages due to condensate and mould. Cellular glass contains no toxic substances and, in case of fire, does not develop fumes or toxic gases.
    • Functionality: Insulation, vapour and capillary barrier in one single functional layer.
    Technical data sheet FG_TDS_3-3-4-UK_20161001.pdf
    CAD Drawing FG_CAD_3-3-4-EN00_20121231.pdfFG_CAD_3-3-4-EN00_20121231.dwg
  • 3.3.5 Soffit insulation with plasterboard or panels mounted on timber or metal substructure

    FOAMGLAS® slabs with cold adhesive PC® 56

    3.3.5 Soffit insulation with plasterboard or panels mounted on timber or metal substructure
    1. Concrete deck
    2. Primer coat
    3. Mechanical fastening with anchors PC® F
    4. FOAMGLAS® slabs, bonded with PC® 56
    5. Timber/ metal substructure, mechanically fastened
    6. Panelling

    Advantages of the FOAMGLAS® system

    • Quality: System with high quality materials. Quality management by systematic site inspections and professional consulting.
    • Cost efficiency: The high durability preserves maximum value and guarantees minimal maintenance costs.
    • Sustainability: Optimum insulation and protection against moisture for generations.
    • Safety: Compact, fully bonded insulation system preventing damages due to condensate and mould. Cellular glass contains no toxic substances and, in case of fire, does not develop fumes or toxic gases.
    • Functionality: Insulation, vapour and capillary barrier in one single functional layer.
    Technical data sheet FG_TDS_3-3-5-UK_1013.pdf
    CAD Drawing FG_CAD_3-3-5-EN00_20121231.pdfFG_CAD_3-3-5-EN00_20121231.dwg
    National BIM Library http://www.nationalbimlibrary.com/foamglas/3-3-5-soffit-with-foamglas-insulation-and-panel-ceiling
  • 3.3.6 Soffit insulation with plasterboard or panels mounted on a suspended ceiling

    FOAMGLAS® slabs with cold adhesive PC® 56

    3.3.6 Soffit insulation with plasterboard or panels mounted on a suspended ceiling
    1. Concrete deck
    2. Primer coat
    3. Mechanical fastening with anchors PC® F
    4. Suspending brackets, mechanically fastened
    5. FOAMGLAS® slabs, bonded with PC® 56
    6. Metal substructure
    7. Panelling

    Advantages of the FOAMGLAS® system

    • Quality: System with high quality materials. Quality management by systematic site inspections and professional consulting.
    • Cost efficiency: The high durability preserves maximum value and guarantees minimal maintenance costs.
    • Sustainability: Optimum insulation and protection against moisture for generations.
    • Safety: Compact, fully bonded insulation system preventing damages due to condensate and mould. Cellular glass contains no toxic substances and, in case of fire, does not develop fumes or toxic gases.
    • Functionality: Insulation, vapour and capillary barrier in one single functional layer.
    Technical data sheet FG_TDS_3-3-6-UK_1013.pdf
    CAD Drawing FG_CAD_3-3-6-EN00_20121231.pdfFG_CAD_3-3-6-EN00_20121231.dwg
 
 
 

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