Precast floor slabs with integrated building services

The Bernkastel-Kues-based Inno­gration GmbH founded in 2010 designs, manufactures and sales multifunctional precast concrete floor elements. The elements distinguish themselves by their ability to perform also other tasks apart from the load-bearing function: The innovative load-bearing concept made of prestressed sandwich elements combines the possibility to bridge wide spans (up to 30m) with slender cross-sections while accommodating ducts and conduits for technical building equipment (TBE), building services as well as heating and cooling systems (thermal activation).

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