SPEEDFLOOR, the unique suspended concrete flooring system, is an innovation in the building industry. So quick and easy to install, SPEEDFLOOR is a lightweight, cost-effective system that's perfect for multi-storey buildings and carparks. Whether it's one storey or fifteen, the recipe is very simple. take sufficient quantity of SPEEDFLOOR, add structural steel or concrete supports, mix concrete and pourlAt the heart of the system is a specially rollformed, galvanised steel joist that offers all the benefits of an open-webbed truss system at a more enough to be man- handled into place, reducing cranaage costs. Services are easily accommodated through the joists which are delivered to the site ready to install. SPEEDFLOOR The perfectly simple, simply perfect solution to multi-storey construction.
No propping is required. The joists are lightweight, requiring less craneage than other concrete flooring systems. Services can be passed through the holes pre-punched in the joist The bottom of the joist can support a suspended fire rated ceiling directly fixed to the joist. The lockbars and plywood sheets are reusable.
The Speedfloor is a lightweight suspended concrete floor system that is quick and easy to install. An extensive range of joist depths and topping thicknesses that satisfies loading and fire requirements, offers contractors and end users an efficient and cost effective suspended concrete floor.
Speedfloor, the unique suspended concrete flooring system, is an innovation in the building industry. So quick and easy to install, it is a light weight, cost effective system that is perfect for multi-storey buildings and car parks. At the heart of the system is an especially roll-formed, galvanised steel joist that offers all the benefits of open–webbed truss system, easy enough to be man-handled into place, reducing carnage costs.
Steel used for making joist is of grade 350 which has minimum yield strength of 350 mega pascal (MPa) and a minimum tensile stress of 380 MPa as well a minimum coating of 275 is maintained.
Generally, Speedfloor uses a 75 mm or 90 mm topping in comparison to the other conventional RCC flooring system.
- Steel frame structures
- RCC frame buildings
- Poured insitu or precast concrete frames
- Light gauge steel frame
- Conventional structural brick wall constructions