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Schöck - bedrijfsbrochure


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Schöck - bedrijfsbrochure

  1. 1. Schöck Belgium Schöck Product Presentation
  2. 2. ©2017 About Schöck Folie 2 Key facts and figures 36 Active in countries Sales of mio. worldwide 155 Employees 790 worldwide Installed over Isokorb® elements 10 mio. 1962 Founded in in Germany Market launch in of first Isokorb® 1983 Over 50 years experience Number in thermal breaks 1
  3. 3. High-end thermal break solution for balcony connections Schöck Isokorb® 80 mm and 120 mm
  4. 4. ©2017 What is a thermal bridge? Thermal bridges are localized areas of low thermal resistance. The rate of heat flow through a thermal bridge depends on a number of factors: Preventing thermal bridges ensures less heat loss and a energy efficient structure The temperature difference across the thermal bridge The thermal conductivity of the materials passing through the insulation layer The cross sectional area of the thermal bridge How easily heat can get in and out of the thermal bridge
  5. 5. ©2017 Schöck Isokorb® thermal break elements  Insulation 80 mm and/or 120 mm  Cantilevered, supported and shear force solutions for balconies, galleries and floors  Best building physics performance with type XT-Combar (glass fibre reinforcement)  Different connection types: concrete-concrete, concrete-steel and steel-steel  Fire protection REI 0 and REI 120  Passive House certified  Retrofitting balconies combined with Schöck IDock®  Different types available for balcony renovations Effective heat loss prevention in concrete connections for new buildings and renovation
  6. 6. ©2017 Isokorb® product lay-out Fire protection plate REI 120 Neopor® insulation material 80 mm or 120 mm HTE Compact® - pressure bearing element in high performance concrete Stainless steel shear force bars Combar® glass fibre or stainless steel tension bars
  7. 7. ©2017 Most common Isokorb® types for concrete-concrete constructions Isokorb® type K (80 mm) and KXT (120 mm) - element to connect cantilevered balconies Isokorb® type KXT-Combar (120 mm) with glass fibre - element to connect cantilevered balconies Isokorb® type Q (80 mm) and QXT (120 mm) - element to connect supported balconies
  8. 8. ©2017 Most common Isokorb® types for concrete-concrete constructions Isokorb® type D (80 mm) and DXT (120 mm) – element to connect continuous floors Isokorb® type S (80 mm) and SXT (120 mm) – element to connect cantilevered beams/ consoles Isokorb® type W (80 mm) and WXT (120 mm) – element to connect cantilevered walls
  9. 9. ©2017 Isokorb® types for concrete-steel and steel-steel constructions Isokorb® type KS (80 mm) and KSXT (120 mm) – element to connect free cantilevered steel balconies to concrete floors Isokorb® type QS (80 mm) – element to connect supported steel balconies to concrete floors Isokorb® type KST (80 mm) – element to connect steel structures (steel-steel)
  10. 10. Retrofit concrete balconies without thermal bridges Schöck IDock®
  11. 11. ©2017 Schöck IDock® – retrofit balconies  Makes it possible to retrofit a balcony in the last stages of the project, even after the facade has been built.  Consists of two components: a recess and an edge element  IDock® type 1 is suited for large cantilevered balconies and can be combined with all standard Isokorb® heights (160-250 mm)  IDock® type 2 is used in situations with limited space, such as edge beams, and can only be used with Isokorb® heights 160-200 mm  Provides a structural connection and prevents thermal bridges Unique combination between retrofitting and meeting the highest insulation standards
  12. 12. ©2017 The IDock® building process Step 1 – place the elements & pour the floor Step 2 – remove the IDock® elements Step 3 – place the prefab balcony with the Isokorb® elements Step 4 – fill the recess with special mortar
  13. 13. Prevent cracks caused by shrinkage or temperature changes Schöck Dorn
  14. 14. ©2017 Schöck Dorn – shear force dowel  Two types available: LD (single dowel) and SLD (heavy-duty dowel)  Reinforcement for transferring shear forces in expansion joints  Easy-to-use and reliable solution  No need for complex on-site measures  Fire protection collar available  Calculation software available  Dorn type LD is CE marked Affordable, reliable and intelligent shear force reinforcement
  15. 15. ©2017 Our Dorn product range Schöck Dorn LD – single dowel Schöck Dorn SLD – heavy-duty dowel
  16. 16. Prevent punching shear failure Schöck Bole®
  17. 17. ©2017 Schöck Bole® - punching shear reinforcement  Three types available: type U (bottom), type O (top), type F (in filigree floors)  Prevents punching through concrete floors when using pillars  No need for using complex punching reinforcement solutions with this easy-to-use and ready-to-install product  Design with pillars for optimal use of space  Calculation software available  Bole® is CE marked The perfect punching shear reinforcement
  18. 18. ©2017 Our Bole® product range Schöck Bole® type U - bottom Schöck Bole® type O - top Schöck Bole® type F - filigree
  19. 19. Improve quality of life by preventing contact noise Schöck Tronsole®
  20. 20. ©2017 Why sound impact insulation is needed? Sound disturbance is a serious issue and leads to health effects such as restlessness and sleep disturbance. Stairs are one of the largest transmitters of impact sound. Noise reduction is a key health factor and improves the quality of life Sound impact studies in Norway show noise problems across multiple housing types In high-rise buildings, 33% of occupants feel annoyed by their neighbours In general 15% of the occupants feel annoyed by noise of their neighbours Stairs transmit sound really well and therefore cause huge noise problems
  21. 21. ©2017 Schöck Tronsole® - sound impact insulation  Extended product range with sound impact solutions  Product solutions for connections between staircases, landings and ceilings  Meets the highest sound impact requirements  The impact sound insulation performance ranges from 27 dB to 34 dB  Easy-to-use Reliable impact sound insulation for staircases
  22. 22. ©2017 Most common Tronsole® types Schöck Tronsole® type T - element to connect staircases (in-situ concrete or precast elements) to landings or ceilings (in-situ concrete or semi- precast elements) Schöck Tronsole® type Q - element to connect winding staircases to staircase walls
  23. 23. ©2017 Most common Tronsole® types Schöck Tronsole® type F – element to connect staircases (precast elements) to landings or ceilings (semi-precast or fully precast elements) Schöck Tronsole® type L - acoustic bridge-free joint formation between staircases / landings and walls
  24. 24. A worldwide view Schöck references
  25. 25. Tribeca Gent | Belgium Isokorb® Comandante Ferraz Station | Antarctica Isokorb® Signaturen | Torsberg | Norway Isokorb®
  26. 26. Lighthouse | Aarhus | Denmark Isokorb® Roomers Hotel | Baden-Baden | Germany Isokorb® and Tronsole® Hotel InterContinental | Davos | Switzerland Isokorb® and Dorn®