3.1 Interior floor insulation

  • 3.1.1 Interior floor insulation on concrete with cement / anhydrite screed

    FOAMGLAS® slabs with hot bitumen

    3.1.1 Interior floor insulation on concrete with cement / anhydrite screed
    1. Concrete slab
    2. Primer coat
    3. FOAMGLAS® slabs, laid in hot bitumen
    4. Top coat of hot bitumen
    5. Separating layer
    6. Cement / anhydrite screed
    7. Floor finish

    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: Substrate with high compressive strength and free of deformation, preventing flaws and flooring damages. Cellular glass contains no toxic substances and, in case of fire, does not develop fumes or toxic gases.
    • Functionality: Insulation as well as vapour, radon and capillary barrier in one single functional layer.
    Technical data sheet FG_TDS_3-1-1-UK_1013.pdf
    CAD Drawing FG_CAD_3-1-1-EN00_20121231.pdfFG_CAD_3-1-1-EN00_20121231.dwg
  • 3.1.2 Interior floor insulation on concrete with cement / anhydrite screed

    FOAMGLAS® slabs with cold adhesive PC® 58

    3.1.2 Interior floor insulation on concrete with cement / anhydrite screed
    1. Concrete slab
    2. Primer coat
    3. FOAMGLAS® slabs, laid with PC® 58
    4. Top coat of PC® 58
    5. Separating layer
    6. Cement / anhydrite screed
    7. Floor finish

    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: Substrate with high compressive strength and free of deformation, preventing flaws and flooring damages. Cellular glass contains no toxic substances and, in case of fire, does not develop fumes or toxic gases.
    • Functionality: Insulation as well as vapour, radon and capillary barrier in one single functional layer.
    Technical data sheet FG_TDS_3-1-2-UK_20161001.pdf
    CAD Drawing FG_CAD_3-1-2-EN00_20121231.pdfFG_CAD_3-1-2-EN00_20121231.dwg
    National BIM Library http://www.nationalbimlibrary.com/foamglas/3-1-2-floor-internal-concrete-with-insulation-and-screed
  • 3.1.3 Interior floor insulation on levelling compound with cement / anhydrite screed

    FOAMGLAS® FLOOR BOARD in dry construction

    3.1.3 Interior floor insulation on levelling compound with cement / anhydrite screed
    1. Concrete slab
    2. Sand levelling layer or liquid mortar
    3. FOAMGLAS® FLOOR BOARD, loosely laid
    4. Separating layer
    5. Cement / anhydrite screed
    6. Floor finish

    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: Substrate with high compressive strength and free of deformation, preventing flaws and flooring damages. Cellular glass contains no toxic substances and, in case of fire, does not develop fumes or toxic gases.
    • Functionality: Insulation and capillary barrier in one single functional layer.
    Technical data sheet FG_TDS_3-1-3-UK_1013.pdf
    CAD Drawing FG_CAD_3-1-3-EN00_20121231.pdfFG_CAD_3-1-3-EN00_20121231.dwg
    National BIM Library http://www.nationalbimlibrary.com/foamglas/3-1-3-floor-internal-concrete-with-levelling-mix-insulation-and-screed
  • 3.1.4 Interior floor insulation on levelling compound with dry construction slabs

    FOAMGLAS® FLOOR BOARD in dry construction

    3.1.4 Interior floor insulation on levelling compound with dry construction slabs
    1. Concrete slab
    2. Liquid applied levelling surfacer
    3. FOAMGLAS® FLOOR BOARD, loosely laid
    4. Flooring panels for dry construction
    5. Floor finish

    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: Substrate with high compressive strength and free of deformation, preventing flaws and flooring damages. Cellular glass contains no toxic substances and, in case of fire, does not develop fumes or toxic gases.
    • Functionality: Insulation and capillary barrier in one single functional layer.
    Technical data sheet FG_TDS_3-1-4-UK_1013.pdf
    CAD Drawing FG_CAD_3-1-4-EN00_20121231.pdfFG_CAD_3-1-4-EN00_20121231.dwg
    National BIM Library http://www.nationalbimlibrary.com/foamglas/3-1-4-floor-internal-concrete-with-insulation-and-floating-floor
  • 3.1.5 Interior floor insulation on concrete with mastic asphalt screed

    FOAMGLAS® slabs with hot bitumen

    3.1.5 Interior floor insulation on concrete with mastic asphalt screed
    1. Concrete slab
    2. Primer coat
    3. FOAMGLAS® slabs, laid in hot bitumen
    4. Top coat of hot bitumen
    5. Separating layer
    6. Mastic asphalt screed
    7. Floor finish

    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: Substrate with high compressive strength and free of deformation, preventing flaws and flooring damages. Cellular glass contains no toxic substances and, in case of fire, does not develop fumes or toxic gases.
    • Functionality: Insulation as well as vapour, radon and capillary barrier in one single functional layer.
    Technical data sheet FG_TDS_3-1-5-UK_1013.pdf
    CAD Drawing FG_CAD_3-1-5-EN00_20121231.pdfFG_CAD_3-1-5-EN00_20121231.dwg
  • 3.1.6 Interior floor insulation on levelling compound with mastic asphalt screed

    FOAMGLAS® FLOOR BOARD in dry construction

    3.1.6 Interior floor insulation on levelling compound with mastic asphalt screed
    1. Concrete slab
    2. Sand levelling layer or liquid mortar
    3. FOAMGLAS® FLOOR BOARD, loosely laid
    4. Separating layer
    5. Mastic asphalt screed
    6. Floor finish

    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: Substrate with high compressive strength and free of deformation, preventing flaws and flooring damages. Cellular glass contains no toxic substances and, in case of fire, does not develop fumes or toxic gases.
    • Functionality: Insulation and capillary barrier in one single functional layer.
    Technical data sheet FG_TDS_3-1-6-UK_20161001.pdf
    CAD Drawing FG_CAD_3-1-6-EN00_20121231.pdfFG_CAD_3-1-6-EN00_20121231.dwg
  • 3.1.7 Interior floor insulation on concrete with raised access floor system

    FOAMGLAS® slabs with hot bitumen

    3.1.7 Interior floor insulation on concrete with raised access floor system
    1. Concrete slab
    2. Primer coat
    3. FOAMGLAS® slabs, laid in hot bitumen
    4. Coat of PC® 74A2 with reinfocing mesh PC® 150
    5. Load spreading plates
    6. Support pedestals
    7. Flooring panels
    8. Floor finish

    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: Substrate with high compressive strength and free of deformation, preventing flaws and flooring damages. Cellular glass contains no toxic substances and, in case of fire, does not develop fumes or toxic gases.
    • Functionality: Insulation as well as vapour, radon and capillary barrier in one single functional layer.
    Technical data sheet FG_TDS_3-1-7-UK_1013.pdf
    CAD Drawing FG_CAD_3-1-7-EN00_20121231.pdfFG_CAD_3-1-7-EN00_20121231.dwg
  • 3.1.8 Interior floor insulation on concrete with raised access floor system

    FOAMGLAS® slabs with cold adhesive PC® 58

    3.1.8 Interior floor insulation on concrete with raised access floor system
    1. Concrete slab
    2. Primer coat
    3. FOAMGLAS® slabs, laid with PC® 58
    4. Coat of PC® 74A2 with reinfocing mesh PC® 150
    5. Load spreading plates
    6. Support pedestals
    7. Flooring panels
    8. Floor finish

    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: Substrate with high compressive strength and free of deformation, preventing flaws and flooring damages. Cellular glass contains no toxic substances and, in case of fire, does not develop fumes or toxic gases.
    • Functionality: Insulation as well as vapour, radon and capillary barrier in one single functional layer.
    Technical data sheet FG_TDS_3-1-8-UK_1013.pdf
    CAD Drawing FG_CAD_3-1-8-EN00_20121231.pdfFG_CAD_3-1-8-EN00_20121231.dwg
    National BIM Library http://www.nationalbimlibrary.com/foamglas/3-1-8-floor-internal-concrete-foamglas-insulation-to-suit-raised-access-floor
 
 
 

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