Everything is recyclable, both elements of the flooring and the supports substructure. At the end of the life of the building and/or the floor, everything can be easily removed and recycled, to give life to other products, thus nothing will be lost in the environment. The Pedestal laying system does not require any glue or chemical product.
Thanks to the “bi-component” head, anti-slip and anti-noise, Eterno supports are the only ones in the world able to reduce the sound impact level up to 25dB.
The sturdy structure of the support derives not only from experience in formulating the compound, but also by the continuous thread between base and screw. All this guarantees a strong product, safe and durable.
The void between the paving and membrane encourages constant air circulation, extending the life of the waterproofi ng and improving heat insulation and protecting the surface from UV degradation.
The small gap between one slab and another allows water to discharge on to the laying surface and facilitate rapid drainage.
It means first of all cost saving. Furthermore, in case of application in inhabited buildings, a minor installation time will mean less inconvenience, in case of the new buildings instead, a faster application will be an advantage point for the total organisation of the site.
With the Pedestal system, you can easily compensate for slight unevenness, irregularities and any gradients on the laying surface creating a perfectly stable and flat paving. The pedestal design allows for the laying surface and any installed services to be accessed and maintained without damaging the paving or wood decking.
With no requirements for special surface preparation, the floating system provides a light weight solution, allowing structures to be built at sustantially lower cost.
The Pedestal Systems makes the Paving and Support Independent to the floor and therefore it absorb expansion and structural movements that normally happens.
The gap between flooring and the underlying membrane, allows the passage of pipes and allocation of any equipment, but retaining ease of access.