Fabtech-Sterling

Fabtech Sterling Building Technologies Pvt. Ltd. is positioned as the technical leader for providing innovative building solutions in construction & material space. FABTECH STERLING BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD. offers a full range of load bearing and infill wall systems for residential, commercial and industrial applications. Its most premium offerings include Plaswall™, Plasmolite™ and Foamolite a range of building systems that deliver on SPEED,STREIMGTH and SAVINGS. These products have found strong acceptability in Philippines, Australia, Vietnam, Qatar, India and are spreading fast in Middle East and Africa.

PLASMOLITE

Plasmolite

Fabtech Plasmolite holds much promise for the construction industry. Plasmolite has many benefits as compared with conventional concrete. Plasmolite saves you from the hassles of brickwork, hollow-block and plastering. It can be very well integrated with conventional columns, beams and pre - engineered buildings . Usage of this product leads to substantial weight reduction (dead-load), improved fire rating and maximum sound absorption. It also offers huge saving in raw material (no gravel) and in steel reinforcement. One has to see to believe the uniformly finished and thermally insulated walls with more strength and durability. These walls act as non-load bearing and have found wide acceptance for various buildings projects.

FOAMOLITE

Foamolite

Foamolite derived from foam concrete is a material which consists primarily of a cement based mortar mixed with at least 20% of volume air. It possesses high workability, low self-weight, zero consumption of aggregate, controlled low strength and excellent thermal insulation properties. It can have a range of dry densities, typically from 600 kg/m3 to 1600 kg/m3 and a range of compressive strengths, 1 MPa to 5 MPa.

APPLICATIONS

  1. Floor Screed: Foamolite can be used for floor screeds, creating a flat surface on uneven ground and raising floor levels.
  2. Void Filling: Foamolite is a perfect void filling material because of its placement characteristic.
  3. Roof Insulation: Foamolite is used extensively for roof insulation and for making a slope on flat roofs. It has good thermal insulation properties and because it is lightweight foamolite does not impose a large loading on the building.
  4. Road Sub-Base: Foamolite is being used road sub base on a bridge. Foamolite is lightweight so that the loading imposed on the bridge is minimised.
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