EPS-Deck was developed to create a more efficient and builder friendly way of erecting a suspended Insulated Concrete floor. Manufacturers of these types of floors have been around for 20 and 30 years which gave us the opportunity to see areas where improvement could be made. This helped shape the overall design bringing items such as integrated mesh support track that also seals against concrete bleed water drip and integrated rebar chairs into the finished EPS-Deck product. These time and cost saving features of the EPS-Deck concrete deck forming system set us aside from all other deck forming products and so it was decided to include them with every EPS-Deck form at no additional cost.
EPS-Deck Concrete Deck Forms - Better by Design:
Accessory products are also available which include:
The floor panels come in widths of 2’ and 4’ and have a 6” wide beam every 24” o.c. During manufacturing a sturdy 18ga. 3 5/8” steel stud is inserted and mechanically fastened to the panel using a #14 self-tapping screw and EIFS washer down the length of the panel every 4’ o.c. The steel studs are used to help support the floor during concrete placement as well as for furring attachment afterwards.
Integrated steel studs include EPS-Deck's "Ceiling Lock" which is a built-in tie back to the concrete floor when spans reach 20’ or more. Panels are custom made from Type 2 EPS to any length and come in any thickness from 6” to 15”
EPS-Deck is partnering with manufacturing locations across the country to share ideas and technology to keep the best ICF Flooring system continually up-to-date. Manufacturing close to all markets throughout North America cuts the landed cost of an insulated floor, makes for faster delivery turnaround, and reduces EPS-Deck's carbon footprint. Typically 5-7 days is all that is required once an order is received for production and delivery.
A superior Legalett air heated radiant floor unit can be added to complete the system.
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