Low pedestal - underlay; lower part

Low pedestal - underlay; lower part

Your price (VAT excluded)
1.491 /pc
Your price (VAT included)
1.804 /pc
Availability
In stock 251 pcs
Code
945448




Height-adjustable pedestals made of hard plastic are designed for laying wooden decking and create a floor grate by placing them under wooden decking. It ensures the leveling of sloping ground and floor unevenness up to 27 mm.
These pedestals are designed for laying dry wooden decking parts in order to move on the insulated surface of roofs, balconies, loggias, swimming pools and similar areas. This way, it is possible to lay wooden decking directly on the non-rigid layers of the roof cladding. A covering concrete screed and mortar bed are not required for the waterproofing layer of the flat roof. You can have a wooden decking on rectifying pedestals laid horizontally, even if the space under the decking has a slope or unevenness on the ground.
Under the construction of the wooden decking, rectifying pedestals are installed after approx. 40-50 cm on the target axis according to the load of the decking (difference in the density of coniferous and exotic wood). Wooden decking made of coniferous trees of thickness min. 25 mm (Pine, Larch, Siberian larch, Thermo wood: per 1 m2 of wooden decking, the pedestal should be installed at a maximum of 50 cm on the axis of the pedestal, ie about 5-6 pieces per m2 of base pedestals are needed.
Wooden decking made of exotic woods with extremely high density (Massaranduba, Garapa, Ipe): per 1 m2 due to even weight distribution (polystyrene), install rectifying pedestals after approx. 35 cm on the axis of the pedestal and in these cases the consumption of these pedestals is approx. 7pcs per m2.

NOTE: The pedestal must also be installed at each connection point of the base underconstruction!
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