Installation Process

1. BEFORE INSTALLING

Before setting out, distribution and placement of downspouts and shunes need to be ready. The download of partitions is performed directly in the housing, by means of a crane.


2. FLOOR JOINTS

Setting a bilayer film made up of a high density adhesive membrane and a croslinked polythene thermal bonding.


3. PANEL JOINTS

The joint is made by direct gluing, applied on the edge of the male and the female fitting of the next partition. Alignment of partitions is checked by a rule/guide on the stakeout.


4. CORNER OR “T” JOINTS

Partitions are glued to the already placed through a female edge or a cut.


5. CEILING, WALLS AND PILLARS JOINTS

By interposing expanded polystyrene bands, projected polyurethane foam or elasticized polystyrene, separating the partition from these elements.


6. FRAME JOINTS

The joints with frames can be made by the traditional system of dovetail. Or, by polyurethane foam system. Traditional system with plugs.


7. LADDER JOINTS

For the ladder joints a separation of 2 or 3 cm between steps and the vertical hoop should be considered.


8. WALL CHANNELS

After marking and routing, electricity boxes and isertion facilities are set. In that quickly and easily way, one of the biggest disadvantages of traditional brick is replaced. Then comes the covering and finishing.


9. BANDAGES

They are applied in expansion joints, door headers, ceilings, pillars and other elements to prevent any damage. Bands, are embedded around 2mm and placed with a flexible paste and microperforated paper bandage.


10. FINISHING

Joints are flattened and smoothed with glue or finish paste. The surfaces are perfectly smooth and leveled, flawless and ready to be painted or covered.