Masonry regulations for aerated concrete

Masonry regulations for aerated concrete

Laying the first line of blocks

Fig. 1. Elements of the supporting frame of the house of carbonated concrete blocks: 1 - the first type of blocks based on mortar; 2 - additional cell blocks; 3 - ring-reinforced belt; 4 - reinforced concrete floor panels; 5 - insulating seal; 6 - reinforced concrete monolithic distribution belt; 7 - coated concrete; 8 - concrete bridge; 9 - Waterproofing; 10 - Base.

Masonry regulations for aerated concrete

the place of the architect Vladimir Nikishin

• Adjustment of side blocks comes on pallets packed in a shrink film. The film protects the blocks from precipitation and prevents them from moving during transport.

Masonry regulations for aerated concrete

Construction from YTONG

Quick, accurate, economical - in three words, you can describe how to work with the YTONG® construction system. The characteristics and advantages of concrete concrete YTONG® have been tested by several generations of professional builders since this is a material of a wall with 80 years of history. In order to take full advantage of all the advantages of this exceptional material, it is necessary to follow the recommended technological procedures.

Masonry regulations for aerated concrete

Technological masonry walls of concrete block

Today, concrete concrete is one of the best building materials for residential construction. It is reliable and capable of serving effectively in all weather conditions, ensuring the sustainability of a durable building or building. It is very easy to work, which significantly reduces the delivery time of the building. It has excellent thermal characteristics comparable to other building materials, but it is cheaper. Therefore, today's gas block is one of the most common solutions for housing.

Masonry regulations for aerated concrete

Transport packaging carbonated concrete blocks

The implementation of laying of carbonated concrete blocks in a building under construction is desirable to provide for forced ventilation to facilitate the drying of blocks. The walls of the blocks must be made of horizontal lines, so that their planes are perpendicular to the load direction of the wall; the blocks are separated from each other by vertical seams and the blocks of each subsequent row must overlap the vertical stitches of the previous row. The overlapping seams ensure a uniform distribution of the load on the blocks and the resistance of the wall to uneven oscillations and temperature fluctuations.