Floor Separation BD Building Part 30

  • 100 mm EUROPEAN PERLITE, U value = 0.38
  • Requirements in BR 95 over the free U = 0.20
  • Requirements in BR-S 98 & BR 95 t> (13) ° U = 0.30
  • Requirements for summer houses U = 0.60 22 mm floor boards
  • Europerl Perlite 70 kg / m³, l D class 42 mW / m ° C.
    (DS 418.6 edition, Apr. 2002
  • Bearing beams
  • Formwork
  • Class 1 cladding, 2 x 13 mm plasterboard
  • Floor separation isolated with EUROPERL PERLITE.
  • Floor separations are insulated for fire and sound reduction. Only if the floor separation faces an unheated room, there is a requirement for heat insulation.
  • The beams must have a dimension of min. 45 x 195 mm with c-c spacing 600 mm.
    The spread formwork must be a minimum of 22 x 95 mm c-c spacing max 400 mm and fixed with two glossy stitch, 34 x 100 mm in the rafters.
  • Cast sheathing must be 2 x 13 mm with min. 150 mm staggered joints, or 15 mm fire-resistant plaster board boards. The plasterboard is fixed with 29 & 41 mm screws or nails per 200 mm along plate edges and 300 mm along intermediate supports. If 2 gypsum boards are used, the inner side must be fixed with 10 screws per m². All joints must be supported as well as shredded & spartled.
  • With a gypsum coating of 1 x 13 mm + 1 x 15 mm fire-resistant plaster board panels which Ergonomic GEF 15 meets the design requirements for a BD-60 floor separation.
  • As Europerl Perlite is non-flammable, a simpler design can possibly be approved by the Danish Institute of Fire Technology.
  • In addition, Europerl Perlite may be used as insulation material on top of a BS floor separation such as 100 mm lightweight concrete.