Partition plates of carbonated concrete blocks: walls, dimensions and thickness of partition concrete.
The first phase of the installation should start with marking. The line is drawn on the ground where the bulkhead will take place. Furthermore, a ruberoid ribbon is placed next to the marking line. The adhesive mixture should be applied to the roof material and to the area of the joints of the ventilated concrete walls with a wall. The first type of bricklayers should be built on the level of the building. The wall should be connected to the partition wall by means of fasteners for iron, bent at right angles, fastened with anchors, screws. The partition walls of carbonated concrete are easy to mount, but this procedure requires a special bucket of the same width as the blocks.
Concrete blocks are made by themselves
It is often necessary to install partitions in the repair process, which is why more often use gas concrete (gas silicate). It is lightweight - sometimes weigh less than bricks, quick walls. Because the walls of concreted concrete are placed in apartments and houses, regardless of the load-bearing walls.
Prefabricated concrete partitions
Due to the increasing popularity of concrete concrete it is increasingly used in the construction of internal walls. The walls of concrete concrete can be thick 10 cm, 15 cm, 20 cm, density D500. This laying can be done on the ceilings and on the floor.
Interior partitions made of carbonated concrete blocks
Interior walls create comfort, share the house on functional zones. Carbonated barriers absorb noise from adjacent spaces, light, regular shape. They have more advantages over other building materials. You know the techniques of porous concrete work, you can quickly build partitions with your hands.
Blocks of carbonated concrete blocks (main grade)
The work in building partitions from the blocks with their own hands actually begins with the purchase of materials and additional elements. It is necessary to buy blocks, adhesive mortars, anchors and tools. Calculate the number of blocks is very simple: find out where the side area of each block is, try on the surface of the wall and buy 3-4 blocks more than it turned out.