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We Have New Lewis Deck Installation Videos

October 13, 2020

We keep on being asked about how to lay our Lewis Deck system and the previous installation video wasn’t ideal when it came to showing how simple this was. So, in conjunction with the manufacturer of the deck we’ve had a series of new videos produced.

The list of new videos, and links, are as follows:

Installation of Lewis Deck on Timber Joists

The Overlapping of Lewis Deck Sheets

Installation of an Acoustic Floating Floor with Lewis Deck on Timber Joists

Cutting Lewis Deck Sheets

Installation of Underfloor Heating Pipes on Lewis Deck

Wetroom Drain Installation

These videos have been with English subtitles.

 

Lewis Steel Concrete Floor System

Lewis Steel Concrete Floor System

October 7, 2020

The LEWIS® Steel Frame Concrete Floor (SCF) is a patented self-supporting floor system.

The floor system features prefabricated elements consisting of a closed steel frame of cold formed C-sections that have been cast into a reinforced concrete shell, this concrete shell also forms the ceiling slab for the floor system.
The steel frame features round openings so that pipes and installations can easily be incorporated into the floor. A LEWIS® Deck top floor is placed on the steel frame. Several removable floor zones can be incorporated into the top floor depending on the level of flexibility needed in the floor system.
The LEWIS® Steel Frame Concrete Floor makes it possible to achieve free spans up to approx. 15 meters.
In addition to being used as an intermediate floor, the floor system can also be used as an insulated ground floor.

Lewis SCF system installation
Lewis Steel Concrete Floor system installation with a crane

Top floor

A LEWIS® Deck floor is used as the sub-floor on top of the floor elements. This sub-floor allows for high live and concentrated loads and gives the feeling of a solid concrete floor. The LEWIS® Deck floor can be completed with a cementitious or gypsum-based screed.
For an optimal indoor climate in the building, it is possible to integrate underfloor heating into the LEWIS® Deck sub-floor. Depending on the intended purpose of the building, a completely dry floor finish can be utilised on floor elements. This floor can, for example, be made of cementitious board material.  A dry top floor is also the solution when 100% flexibility of the building is required within a short operating period due to a change of function or disassembly.

Lightweight floor construction

Foundation-related costs can be reduced in new-build projects because the LEWIS® Steel Frame Concrete Floor is very light. The low weight also makes the floor system very suitable for renovating building on existing foundations.

Lewis SCF in a conversion project
Lewis Steelframe Concrete Floor system in a conversion project

 

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