Jetfloor has been developed to offer simple and robust detailing. The main details are represented here, but for construction purposes please refer to site specific layout drawings by Bison Precast.
1. Wide EPS blocks
Section through Jetfloor where wide EPS infill blocks are used either side of a prestressed concrete beam. This relates to NJB1, NJR1 and NJT1 in the load span table.
2. Narrow EPS blocks
Section through Jetfloor where wide and narrow EPS infill blocks are used either side of a prestressed concrete beam. This relates to NJB2, NJR2 and NJT2 in the load span table.
100mm thick EPS infill sheet is cut to suit the floor run out, and replaces a standard infill block up to a maximum width of 295mm. Shown here between a narrow block and a wide block but can be placed between any size of blocks.
4. Edge detail parallel to span
Showing edge section where the beams are parallel to the perimeter wall. The narrow EPS infill block is supported on the perimeter Thermalite Psi block and a prestressed concrete beam.
5. Edge detail perpendicular
Showing edge section where the beams are perpendicular to the perimeter wall. The prestressed concrete beams bear onto the wall and are set out by the use of the Thermalite spacing blocks. Also visible is the perimeter insulation around the edge of the concrete topping.
6. Load supported off floor
Section through Jetfloor showing where a non-loading partition wall is located above two beams which are concreted together.
7. Staggered bearing
This shows the detail on the internal wall where the prestressed concrete beams are staggered on a single skin 100/140mm wide wall.