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View larger image of Quinn Prestressed Hollowcore 150 from Quinn Building ProductsQuinn Prestressed Hollowcore 250

Machine formed pre-stressed concrete flooring system which eliminates many of the difficulties confronting builders who have to work with adverse ground conditions. It gets rid of costly excavation, provision and compaction of infill and provides an immediate dry working platform.The hollow core units are cast on steel moulds and have a type 'A' soffit finish as defined in BS 8110-1. The top of hollow core units can be roughened during manufacture to ensure an adequate bond is achieved when a structural screed is required. Manufactured in accordance with BS EN 1168.Depth:250 mm.Technical properties:Weight: 329 kg/m².Density: 3.43 kN/m² (grouted).Fire rating (to BS EN 13501-1): A1.Characteristic strength (at 28 days): 50 N/mm².Fire resistance (minimum): 1 hour.10ISO14001Environmental System Cert No. EMS 55220810ISO9001 Quality Management system Cert No. FM25342

Machine formed pre-stressed concrete flooring system which eliminates many of the difficulties confronting builders who have to work with adverse ground conditions. It gets rid of costly excavation, provision and compaction of infill and provides an immediate dry working platform.

The hollow core units are cast on steel moulds and have a type 'A' soffit finish as defined in BS 8110-1. The top of hollow core units can be roughened during manufacture to ensure an adequate bond is achieved when a structural screed is required. Manufactured in accordance with BS EN 1168.

More about Quinn Prestressed Hollowcore 250:
As standard - Approvals

Quinn Prestressed Hollowcore 250
 Manufacturer:
Quinn Building Products.
  -Web:www.quinn-buildingproducts.com.
  -Tel:+44 (0)28 6774 8866.
  -Product reference:
Quinn Prestressed Hollowcore 250.
 Surface finish:
[Roughened].
[Smooth].

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Guidance

for Quinn Prestressed Hollowcore 250

from Quinn Building Products

More about Quinn Prestressed Hollowcore 250: As standard - Approvals

As standard

Depth:

250 mm.

Technical properties:

  • Weight: 329 kg/m².
  • Density: 3.43 kN/m² (grouted).
  • Fire rating (to BS EN 13501-1): A1.
  • Characteristic strength (at 28 days): 50 N/mm².
  • Fire resistance (minimum): 1 hour.

Approvals

  • British Standards Institution: ISO14001Environmental System Cert No. EMS 552208. British Standards Institution
  • British Standards Institution: ISO9001 Quality Management system Cert No. FM25342. British Standards Institution

Further Information

Literature:

RIBA CPD

CPD information is available for Quinn Building Products from ribacpd.com.

RIBA Product Selector

Additional information may be available for Quinn Building Products from ribaproductselector.com.

Contacts:

www.quinn-buildingproducts.com

technical@quinn-buildingproducts.com

T: +44 (0)28 6774 8866

F: +44 (0)28 6774 8800

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