Assembly

1.

If necessary, propping up the slab under reinforcement for safety conditions.

Location and discovery of the deteriorated floor slabs throughout its length.

Chipping of coatings in the area where the supports are located.

2.

Rethinking and placement of brackets.
Re-positioning and placement of the supports. The supports must be placed at least 3 cm from the lowest point of the damaged beam to have space to be able to touch up the entire beam with the controlled retraction mortar.

3.

Assembling the EXTEND SYSTEM beam. Checking the embedment lengths of the profiles, which are at least three times the edge of the largest. Checking the correct delivery of the beam in the supports.

4.

Retouching the space between the EXTEND SYSTEM beam and the reinforced beam with controlled retraction mortar, checking that it completely fills the space between the two.

1.

If necessary, propping up the slab under reinforcement for safety conditions.

Location and discovery of the deteriorated ribs of the floor throughout its length.
Chipping of coatings in the area where the supports are located.

2.

Rethinking and placement of the supports.

3.

Assembling the EXTEND SYSTEM beam. Checking the embedment lengths of the profiles, which are at least three times the edge of the largest. Checking the correct delivery of the beam in the supports.
Omega placement on EXTEND SYSTEM beams.

4.

Cleaning and fixing the damaged parts of the joists being worked on, eliminating the degraded areas.

Placing trays under the affected beam, retouching with controlled shrinkage mortar. Positioning and leveling of the bars attached to the omegas of the EXTEND SYSTEM beams.

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