Sometimes hollow bricks and concrete floors cannot be consolidated using the proposed systems. Below is the description of an intervention with the insertion of steel beams in the existing floor
One option that allows obtaining a new floor with a small additional thickness, is to insert steel beams inside the existing floor. A row of hollow bricks will have to be cut and partly or totally removed (generally one every metre); a steel beam will then be positioned (HEA or HEB profile, to limit thickness), and connected to a slab using Tecnaria CTF connectors and reinforced with electrowelded mesh.
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