iSPAN-SR floor systems for light steel framing
- iSPAN-SR Floor Systems are an economical floor framing solution that enables easy design and integration into light gauge steel framed buildings. iSPAN® joist is a lightweight joist that offers the best spanning capability in the industry. Service holes accommodate service runs and the joists come in verious depths and gauges. The iSPAN products are a cost effective, whole product solutions.
The iSPAN Advantage:
UL / ULC Rated Floor Assemblies
Simple Installation with multi-use adjustable connectors and snap-in bridging
Bridging can be used to support utilities with standard hangers
Large web holes for running services through the floor plenum
Up to 40% less steel required than traditional C section joists
Longer spans and easier installation
Less parts and fasteners required to install iSPAN® Floors versus traditional C section floors
THINFLOR™ Composite Floor System
i Proven, reliable, and cost-effective
The THINFLOR™ System from STEELRITE® can be a one or two hour fire-rated, structurally superior composite floor. It is specially designed for use in hotels, multi story residential buildings, long-term care facilities, multi family residential units, schools and/or office buildings.
THINFLOR™ will accommodate all wall systems including lightweight steel framing, structural steel, masonry or poured concrete, insulated concrete forms or wood framing construction. It is a proven, reliable, and cost-effective composite steel deck installed in almost 1000 buildings to date. THINFLOR™ is lightweight and self-seating for long-span flooring requirements. It is easy to work with and can be rapidly installed in even the tightest of work environments. It is a practical solution especially when building in, and around, tight downtown locations where large truck access is limited. dens.
COMPSPAN is a combination of iSPAN-SR floor joists, 9/16” metal decking, and concrete topping to construct a true, composite floor system. The joists are placed at 4' on center, to save time and money, and then sheated with a metal decking to tie into the 2-1/2" concrete topping. The resulting floor is a very strong, lightweight combination that has great sound and fire features at a lower cost.