We believe that the most fool-proof and safest way to establish the air gap is the jack-up or life-slab method. Plastic sheeting is placed on the sub-floor as a breaker layer, isolators are placed on the plastic sheeting, reinforcing steel or mesh rests on the isolators housings, and the concrete floor is poured. After the concrete has cured, the slab is lifted to elevation by turning adjustment screw cavity above each isolator to any specified air gap between 1″ and 4″.
Share This Page:
Get in Touch
420 Britannia Road East, Unit 207, Mississauga, ON, Canada L4Z 3L5.