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Floor insulation in renovations

With the correct floor insulation products, the floor can be effectively insulated against both heat loss and impact sound. In addition, insulation of the floor can also achieve a levelling of heights when the substructure is uneven. Good floor insulation saves energy and simultaneously creates a pleasant feeling for the occupants, thanks to the warmer floor and balanced indoor environment.

Floor insulation in renovations

  • Levelling of substructure unevenness and covering of installation levels thanks to PAVAPLANUM.
  • Optimum substructure for all dry screeds (e.g. gypsum fibre panels).
  • Very high compressive strength of the overall construction.
  • High insulation against transfer of airborne and impact noise.

With PAVAPLANUM and PAVASTEP

Thanks to its heavy weight PAVAPLANUM improves the sound and the vibration behaviour of floors. It is extremely resistant to pressure and very easy to handle and is used on all different types of surfaces.

PAVASTEPPAVAPLANUMPAVATEX RSP
PAVASTEP
PAVASTEPPAVAPLANUMPAVATEX RSP
PAVAPLANUM
PAVASTEPPAVAPLANUMPAVATEX RSP
PAVATEX RSP

Processing

PAVATEX RSP

PAVATEX RSP

Lay PAVATEX RSP as a moisture barrier or trickle protection, 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.

PAVAPLANUM

PAVAPLANUM

Distribute PAVAPLANUM evenly with the installation depth between 10 and 80 mm. Mechanical compacting is not necessary. If the slope of the floor is more than 2% (2 cm in 1 m), then use of a binding medium such as cement is required, especially on timber beam decks.

PAVASTEP

PAVASTEP

Proceed to lay PAVASTEP over the level PAVAPLANUM surface in accordance with the appropriate installation information.