Tubes is a modular system used for the creation of vespas, ventilated floors, cavities, in the construction and renovation of civil and industrial buildings. is ideal for creating dispersion tanks or storage tanks for the reuse of rainwater for firefighting, irrigation or for all applications that do not require the use of drinking water.
TUBES is produced with recycled plastic material from post-consumer plastic waste and industrial waste.
The use of recycled materials allows a considerable saving of emissions, just think that for every kg of recycled plastic you save 1.5 kg of CO2.
The Tubes system is used when the height of the hook is such that it does not allow the use of monobloc boxes or when special or variable measures are required, as in the case of tilted floors or multilevel surfaces.
The Tubes system consists of three elements:
Tubes usually lay over a thin layer of thin concrete depending on the application. After the laying of an electrowelded grid and the pins for the reinforcement of the pillars, proceeding with the casting of concrete, many pillars with constant diameter, which after the maturation of the concrete, determine the effective resistance of the floor, with the distribution of uniform loads across the surface.
With the Tubes system, a sanitary vacuum with a suitable vapor barrier for the floor is obtained and, if appropriately ventilated through piping connected to the outside, a vehicle for the disposal of the Gas Radon present in the ground.
GAS RADON is a radioactive, colorless and extremely volatile gas produced by some rocks of the earth’s crust and therefore present in different concentrations in all types of soils. In areas where the soil is particularly rich in this element it happens that in closed environments this comes to dangerous concentrations for man. The aerated canopy, allowing a passage of air below the building, allows the GAS RADON to escape and disperse into the atmosphere, avoiding that it can reach the living spaces.