The easy to install product is widely used to tackle the issue of cold-bridging around the floor/wall junction at the base of perimeter and internal walls, beneath both masonry and timber frame constructions, while it also finds applications at intermediate floor levels, beneath parapet walls and even in the construction of swimming pool surrounds.
Thermoblocks are available in widths of 100, 140 or 215mm and are formed from sections of XPS (extruded polystyrene) encapsulating two rows of high strength, epoxy concrete mini-columns. These are attached at either end to the top and bottom layers of glass-fibre reinforced polymer concrete, to ensure a good bond with the rest of the structure.
Marmox’s technical sales team will be on hand to explain how specifying Thermoblocks can avoid having to adopt the punishing default value under SAP and therefore help achieve Part L compliance in a practical and economic manner. Visitors can also gain an insight into the performance benefits of Marmox 360 multipurpose adhesive – used to seal the stepped end joints to the Thermoblocks – and other products in the manufacturer’s extensive range.