Robust Upper Floors

Robust Floor System with Screed Finish

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65mm minimum sand/cement screed or 40mm proprietary screed, nominal 80kg/m². DPM 0.2mm minimum waterproof membrane. Regupol 8mm E48, dimple side down, fully lapped up walls and Regupol tape for jointing. Concrete topping (within floor depth) minimum 50mm topping with a minimum C20­ grade concrete. Minimum 300kg/m² combined mass area. Ceiling to be a minimum of 300mm to top of Litecast beam to ceiling board.

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For further infomation on this subject please also visit the E-FC-6 Section of the Robust Details Website

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Robust Floor System with Floating Floor Treatments

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FFT3 resilient composite standard batten system with 20mm leveling screed. Concrete topping (within floor depth) 50mm concrete topping minimum strength C20 grade concrete, minimum 300kg/m² combined mass area. Ceiling to be a mimum of 300mm to top of Litecast beam to ceiling board.

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For further information on this subject please also visit the­E-FC-7 Section of the Robust Details Website

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  • Tray tiles can be used in conjunction with both 150mm and 225mm beams.
  • Litecast’s Robust Tray Tile solution for sound proofing upper floors have a multitude of uses and can achieve a wide variety of designs.­­
  • Designed on accordance with robust detail.
  • Can support block work walls.
  • 100mm shared intermediate bearing.
  • 1 Hour fire rating.
  • A cost alternative to Hollowcore planks.

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The video above shows the installation of Robust Tray Tiles as of 1:43.

Our robust tray tile system offers an alternative to pre-completion testing (PCT) for demonstrating compliance with the performance standard of Part E1 in new build dwellings. With different dwellings on separating floor levels, protection is required for sound passing from other parts of the building and adjoining buildings; our Robust Tray Tile system offers a solution for this.

A handbook "Robust details Part E - Resistance to the passage of sound", published by Robust Details Ltd (www.robustdetails.com) provides further information on separating wall and floor construction.

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