Jablite is the UK's largest producer of EPS products for insulation and civil engineering applications

All-in-One TFS Non Structural Topping

Overview

Jablite All-in-One Thermal Floor System Non Structural Topping (NST) is a BBA-certified, load-bearing insulation system consisting of pre-stressed concrete beams and all-in-one insulation boards in an easy-to-install kit that can be used with a 50mm plain concrete topping.

The NST system meets the requirement to be categorized as an R2 system that can used with plain concrete topping or with micro-fibres, macro-fibres, steel fibres or mesh.
 

Key Benefits
  • U-value of 0.14 with a 300mm floor build up
  • Fast and easy to install
  • Improves Health & Safety on site
  • Reduced depth of  excavation
  •  Psi Value of 0.043
  • No top sheet of insulation to install
  • Lightweight and easy to handle
  • Zero product waste is left on site.

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Downloads & Specifications
All-in-One TFS Non Structural Topping

BBA Certificates and other supporting documents can be found in Technical Resources

Technical Resources
Technical information
Product specification

Jablite insulation is supplied in EPS (expanded polystyrene) or in HP (high performance) EPS to provide the required thermal performance.

Jablite EPS insulation is 100% recyclable and Jablite provides a site collection of clean material cut offs and these are recycled back into insulation boards.

Jablite manufactures to ISO 9001 and ISO14001 certified standards.

CE Marking
Jablite Thermal Floor System NST is CE marked with DOP available on request.

 

Specification of Concrete Toppings:
50mm overall depth of concrete above the services

The concrete can be either C28/35 standard concrete (see note 2, below) with maximum 20 mm aggregate (see note 4, below), or C28/35 self-compacting concrete (see note 3, below) with maximum 10 mm aggregate (see note 4, in table here)