Aircrete Flooring Systems

The Celcon flooring system is produced using the latest aircrete manufacturing technology offering all the benefits of a suspended floor with all the attributes of aircrete. These precast reinforced aircrete elements create a strong, robust floor that is very quick to install, and can reduce both the time on site and the cost of the installed floor.

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Aircrete Flooring System

Being aircrete the Celcon flooring system offers excellent thermal insulation, reducing the need for additional insulation to meet the requirements of the Thermal Building Regulations. Using Celcon foundation blocks below DPC and walling blocks to build either cavity or solid external walls can eliminate thermal bridging across different materials.

Celcon’s Tongue and Groove Infill Blocks

Once laid the Celcon flooring system incorporating Celcon’s tongue and grooved infill blocks form a secure and solid platform to build from straight away. Services are easily accommodated, however these must be considered at the design stage to ensure the maximum productivity benefits are achieved. To complete the floor structure, a simple grout is required (1:4 sand:cement by volume). H+H Celcon are currently developing a pre-mixed bagged alternative which will require just water to be added on site. Finishes can be applied directly to the elements, including a minimum of a 20mm cement:sand screed.

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by H + H Celcon.

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