Raft Foundation Flooring System

QPOD CAN BE CONFIGURED AS A RAFT SOLUTION WITH RIBS AT 1200mm CENTERS

Made from recycled material and 100% recyclable with zero landfill waste. The all-new QPOD flooring system is the first choice for the eco-conscious.

Raft Foundation Flooring System

QPOD CAN BE CONFIGURED AS A RAFT SOLUTION WITH RIBS AT 1200mm CENTERS

Made from recycled material and 100% recyclable with zero landfill waste. The all-new QPOD flooring system is the first choice for the eco-conscious.

QPOD™ Flooring System is designed to save the user time while providing an Eco-friendly alternative to the already tried and proven 3604 slab on grade and ‘Raft’ style floor configurations.

QPOD™ Raft Configuration is an above ground engineered flooring system, commonly known as a raft foundation, pod floor, waffle slab or floating foundation, that delivers real benefits over a conventional concrete floor and foundations. A grillage of beams within the concrete slab provides a stiffer and stronger final product than a conventional 100mm concrete slab on grade, and because of its inherent strength a deepened perimeter footing can usually be omitted. While boasting a radically improved ‘R’ Value due to the encapsulated air pocket formed.

Design Specifics

The 4x Closed sided QPODs joined together create the equivalent volume of a traditional polystyrene pod at 1.1 x 1.1m, forming your ribs at 1200mm centers as the well accepted methods of the Raft structure. Obviously a minimal addition of concrete is used when choosing QPOD™ equating to 0.0278m3 per pod (or; 0.0193m3 extra concrete per finished floor per m2) this can be calculated using our QPOD™ volume calculator.

A CodeMark Option

Allied Concrete have chosen to use QPOD™ Flooring System as an Eco-friendly alternative to the already tried and proven ‘Raft’ style floor configuration READY Super Slab.

Already BRANZ Appraised the READY Super Slab CodeMark is now also fully inclusive of the QPOD™ Flooring System.

TC2 Floors?

A term coined from the solutions created in the Christchurch Earthquake Rebuilds where many soils found themselves outside the relative stability of “good ground”. Various aspects such as, floor design, soil type, ground strength, Liquefaction & seismic factors can all be factors that determine if your floor will need to be engineered as a TC2 or otherwise. These cases will require additional engineering input and a Specific Engineered Design (SED). For a recommendation of engineer near you please contact us.

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