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Floor insulation in new construction

The floor is a building element that is subject to airborne and impact noise every day. Pressure-resistant woodfibre insulation boards for thermal insulation under screeds, mastic asphalt, dry screeds or other floor coverings provide peace and comfort.

 

Floor insulation in new construction

  • High insulation against airborne noise for greater peace.
  • Proven system assemblies including those for heavy loads and limited ceiling heights.
  • Tested constructions with specification of loading capacities.

With PAVATHERM-PROFIL

PAVATHERM-PROFIL in combination with the special PAVATEX joint strips provides the ideal insulation system for solid hall floors and ensures the finest thermal and noise protection.

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PAVATEX RSP

With PAVAPOR

PAVAPOR offers high load capacity and outstanding impact noise insulation for screeded floor coverings.

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Installing PAVATHERM-PROFIL

PAVATEX RSP

PAVATEX RSP

Lay PAVATEX RSP as a moisture barrier and connect it to the horizontal barrier at the base of the external wall. In the case of basement ceilings, the substructure must be dry. PAVATEX RSP is laid with 15 cm overlaps and bonding of the overlaps is not necessary.

Laying PAVATHERM-PROFIL

Laying PAVATHERM-PROFIL

The laying of the insulation system begins along a wall of the room with a first row of panels, which have been halved lengthwise. Next, the NK joint strips are inserted in the profiled insulation boards, while in the longitudinal direction, a distance of at least 2 to 3 mm needs to be observed. Lay then next row PAVATHERM-PROFIL.

Installing PAVAPOR

PAVATEX RSP

PAVATEX RSP

Lay PAVATEX RSP as a moisture barrier and connect it to the horizontal barrier at the base of the external wall. In the case of basement ceilings, the substructure must be dry. PAVATEX RSP is laid with 15 cm overlaps and bonding of the overlaps is not necessary.

Laying PAVAPOR

Laying PAVAPOR

Lay PAVAPOR impact sound insulation boards with tight joints. To avoid sound bridges, edging strips must be placed along peripheral building elements.

PAVATEX RSP

PAVATEX RSP

Install PAVATEX RSP directly on the upper insulation level, creating a separation layer. PAVATEX RSP is laid with 15 cm overlaps and bonding of the overlaps is not necessary. Then, any common wet screed can be laid.