floor system

floor system

[′flōr ‚sis·təm]
(civil engineering)
The structural floor assembly between supporting beams or girders in buildings and bridges.

floor system

1. The system of structural components which separate the stories of a building.
2. In a building, the structural floor assembly between the beams and girders.
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Concrete Polishing Solutions is once again delivering on its mission to share our knowledge of the polished concrete industry with the debut of its XACT Polished Concrete Floor System at the 2017 World of Concrete Show in Las Vegas, January 17-20 at the CPS South Hall Booth (#S12148).
this will include a seamless polyaspartic floor system (color mojave) with a matching seamless epoxy resinous floor system to the gutters.
But as with most mud-set outdoor tile installations, the effects of freeze-thaw expansion and contraction would have eventually broken the entire floor system.
The Hybri-Flex Series M floor system from Dur-A-Flex incorporates a base coat that offers superior bonding, often eliminating the need for a primer coat.
Because of the high radiant heat output and the fact that occupants are close to the floor surface, it's an obvious choice to use the same floor system for cooling.
For example, cyclical undulating loads on a floor system can create lateral and vertical displacements that might be associated with an earthquake.
lo floor system, which was recently introduced by Bolidt of Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht, is the first synthetic floor system which does not cause a static charge.
Efficiency: Concrete slab on-grade thermal mass with radiant floor heating system, energy efficient exterior wall material (ten inch aerated autoclaved concrete block units R-30 insulating value) passive solar design, natural cross ventilation with convection cooling through house, reflective radiant barrier installed in roof, high efficiency hot water boiler for radiant floor system and domestic water, photovotaic power system, energy efficient lighting sources
The Liberty CFX Floor System is an electronic article surveillance (EAS) system that is designed to be installed under the floor in locations where space and appearance are primary considerations.
The TJ[R]Pro Rating System provides the engineering assurance for floor system performance because each and every piece of this floor is proprietary, predictable and consistent, which ultimately means more satisfied homeowners.