The stair panel consists of an expanded polystyrene block, shaped according to the design requirements, and sandwiched between two steel wire meshes.
Once this panel is properly reinforced and completely casted in the appropriate spaces, it is ideal to build stairs that can be superficially finished with traditional plaster, tiles, or any finishing materials.
The construction time of a normal single floor staircase reduces considerably when using the stair panel. It also provides a high degree of consistency in the length and the breadth of the stairs.
The system can be used in precast structures; onsite, in-situ cast structures; and on-site, in-situ spray concrete, depending on your project and needs.
The panels inherent lightness means you can carry it on site by hand, so no cranes are required, saving you both time and money.
The system eliminates thermal bridging, which helps to reduce energy consumption by limiting the amount of heating and cooling required in a home.
The system is easy to build using on-site tools, including apposite adjustable metal supports and aluminium bars or more traditional building site materials such as wooden boards or square timbers. To ensure static continuity to the structure the panels are connected to the rebars and this can be carried out using suitable equipment or basic site tools such as pliers.
The panels produced using the EMMEDUE (M2) technology have been used to construct over 1 million buildings all over the world using offsite construction in various ways, from modules through to panels provided for the self-build market.
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