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Thermal insulation elements DIN EN 1992-1-1 For balconies and thermally isolated external components

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ISOPRO Balcony insulation elements

Contents ISOPRO®

Balcony insulation elements Introduction

Type overview Introduction Building physics – thermal insulation Fire protection Design principles Type IP, IPT Application examples Construction and dimensions Design table for concrete Special elements Site reinforcement and installation notes Two-part elements Two-part element installation notes Deflection and excess height, flexural strength Expansion joint centres Type IP Eck Introduction Construction and dimensions Design table Site reinforcement Type IPH Technical principles Type IPE Technical principles Design table Type IPQ – IPQS Introduction, examples Construction and dimensions Design table Site reinforcement and installation notes Type IPQQ – IPQQS Construction and dimensions Design table Site reinforcement und installation notes Moment resulting from eccentric connection Type IPTD Introduction Construction and dimensions Site reinforcement and installation notes Design table Type IPA, IPO, IPF Construction and design values Site reinforcement and installation notes Type IPS, IPW Construction and design values Site reinforcement and installation notes Tendering

4–5 6–7 8 – 15 16 17 – 19 22 – 23 24 – 25 26 – 29 30 – 31 32 – 35 36 37 38 – 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 – 49 50 – 51 52 53 – 55 56 – 57 57 58 – 59 60 61 62 63 64 – 65 68, 70, 72 69, 71, 73 76, 78 77, 79 80

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ISOPRO® Type overview ISOPRO® type IP

- page 24 Balcony

Floor

Balcony

Floor

ISOPRO® type Eck

Balcony

Floor

ISOPRO® type IPQ

Balcony

Floor

ISOPRO® type IPQS

Balcony

Floor

Balcony

Floor

Balcony

Floor

Balcony

Floor

For cantilever balcony slabs. The element transfers negative bending moments and positive shear forces.

ISOPRO® type IPT

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For cantilever balcony slabs. The element transfers negative bending moments and positive shear forces.

- page 41 For external corner cantilever balconies. The element transfers negative bending moments and positive shear forces.

- page 49 For hinged slabs (e.g. supported balconies and loggias). The element transfers positive shear forces.

- page 50 For hinged slabs with point force transfer. The element transfers positive shear forces.

ISOPRO® type IPQZ

- page 50 For hinged slabs with tension-free point force transfer. The element transfers positive shear forces.

ISOPRO® type IPQQ

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For hinged slabs. The element transfers positive and negative shear forces.

ISOPRO® type IPQQS- page 56 -

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ISOPRO® Type overview ISOPRO® type IPTD

- page 61 For balcony slabs recessed into slab bays. The element transfers positive and negative bending moments and shear forces.

Balcony

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ISOPRO® type IPH

- page 45 For transferring horizontal point forces in conjunction with cantilever slabs or shear connections.

Balcony

- page 46 For transferring horizontal point forces and moments in conjunction with IP & IPT cantilever slab connections.

Balcony

ISOPRO® type IPA

- page 68 For connecting parapet walls to the floor slab. The element is used where appropriate.

Floor

Parapet wall

Floor

ISOPRO® type IPF

- page 70 For connecting balustrades to the end face of the floor slab. The element is used where appropriate.

Balustrade

Floor

ISOPRO® type IPO

- page 72 For connecting reinforced concrete brackets to the floor slab. The element is used where appropriate.

- page 76 For connecting wall brackets and cantilever beams. The element transfers positive shear forces.

Floor

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ISOPRO® type IPE

ISOPRO® type IPS

Floor

Bracket

Floor

Bracket

Inner wall slab

Outer wall slab

Inner wall slab

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ISOPRO type IPW

- page 78 For connecting storey-high wall slabs. The element transfers vertical and horizontal bending moments and shear forces.

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ISOPRO® Introduction Introduction Energy saving regulations (EnEv) stipulate that structures must be planned and executed such that thermal bridges are either avoided or reduced. The technically approved ISOPRO® thermal insulation elements are ideally suited for this purpose.

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The connecting elements consist of an insulating Neopor® body with structural rebar inserts to reliably transfer forces. The combination of B500B and B500NR rebars reliably eradicates corrosion problems and reduces heat flow within the rebars to a minimum. With an insulation thickness of 80 mm, ISOPRO® solves thermal bridge problems in its tried and tested way and exceeds by far the minimum thermal insulation requirements. Thanks to our clearly presented range, the most

suitable element for any given connection situation is quickly found. Cantilever slabs and supported components are only a few examples of structural problems that can be easily solved using ISOPRO® thermal insulation elements. Their excellent insulating properties solve problems in building physics such as condensing water and mould growth at the external/internal concrete component interface.

Balcony temperature profile without ISOPRO® thermal insulation element

Balcony temperature profile with ISOPRO® thermal insulation element

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ISOPRO® Component catalogue & test certificates ISOPRO® component catalogue Reinforcement steel

B500B

Stainless steel ribbed rebar:

B500NR with general technical approval Material no. 1.4571 or 1.4362

Pressure pad:

Pressure element of high-strength special concrete; B500NR with general technical approval

Insulation:

NEOPOR®* hard polystyrene foam O = 0.031 W/mK

Fireproof panels:

Material class A1 fibre cement panel

Connecting components Concrete:

Normal-weight concrete to DIN 1045-2 or DIN EN 206-1 with bulk density 2,000 kg/m3 to 2,600 kg/m3 Minimum concrete strength of external components: ≥ C25/30 and as a function of the exposure class to DIN EN 1992-1 Minimum concrete strength of internal elements: ≥ C25/25 and as a function of the exposure class to DIN EN 1992-1

Reinforcement steel

B500B

Test certificates Approvals:

DIBt Berlin General technical approval ISOPRO Type IP Z-15.7-244 ISOPRO Type IPT Z-15.7-243

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* NEOPOR® is a registered trademark of BASF, Ludwigshafen

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ISOPRO® Building physics – thermal insulation The thermal bridge When calculating a building's heat demand for the verification required by the energy saving regulations (EnEV), thermal bridges must be taken into account. Thermal bridges are weak spots in the building's thermal transfer envelope, which lead to locally enhanced heat losses compared to standard components. Geometrical thermal bridges are differentiated on one side, where the heat flow from the inner surface is juxtaposed with a larger external surface (e.g. external building corners), and on the other side by material thermal bridges, where thermal bridges are caused by fittings or changes in materials. Thermal bridges are differentiated by cause into: Ŷ Material (substance) thermal bridges Ŷ Geometrical thermal bridges Ŷ Environmental thermal bridges* Ŷ Mass flux thermal bridges*

Fig. 1: Schematic representation of heat loss

An example of a material thermal bridge is the penetration of external walls by reinforced concrete components. At lower outside temperatures this increased heat flow leads to a drop in the surface temperature on the inside of the wall. In regions where these low surface temperatures

are prevalent - in particular in fine capillary spaces - the moisture contained in the moist, warm air of the room can condense and lead to mould growth on the component surface.

Fig. 2: Material (substance) thermal bridge

Fig. 3: Geometrical thermal bridge

* Environmental and mass flux thermal bridges are not discussed further in the "Building physics – thermal insulation" section.

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ISOPRO® Building physics – thermal insulation Effects of thermal bridges Thermal bridges are engineering weak spots in the structure. A thermal bridge displays a particularly high heat flux, so that the surface temperature on the inside of external components drops rapidly due to the locally enhanced heat loss. Effect of a thermal bridge

During the heating period in particular, this leads to the temperature falling below the dew point, and surface or capillary condensation forming at these points. The foundation for the formation and growth of mould is laid. Consequences Ŷ Increase in rel. humidity

Local drop in surface temperature

Ŷ Increased heating requirement Ŷ Condensation Ŷ Mould growth

Increase in relative humidity

Ŷ Additional heating costs

Increased heating requirement Condensation

Ŷ Damage to structure (e.g. timber, plasterboard, wallpaper, plaster, etc...) Ŷ Feeling of comfort in rooms decreases

Mould growth

Ŷ Considerable health hazard (e.g. allergic reactions, asthma, chronic illnesses) Ŷ Damage to building substance, furniture and fittings Ŷ May lead to rooms becoming uninhabitable

The balcony thermal bridge: A balcony in the form of a reinforced concrete cantilever slab is the classic example of a thermal bridge. If a thermally conductive reinforced concrete slab penetrates the building's thermal insulation as a cast-in-one-piece concrete balcony, the combination of material and large balcony surface area radiates heat to atmosphere similar to a cooling fin. The result is pronounced cooling of the room floors and frequent mould and moisture damage. The same also applies to models with continuous reinforcement and locally made-up insulation. Where ISOPRO® insulation elements are used, thermal bridges are reduced to a minimum when connecting to reinforced concrete slabs on buildings.

The balcony slab is thermally isolated by the structurally and thermally optimised balcony insulation element and insulates the transition zone optimally and economically. ISOPRO® consists of an insulating Neopor® body with structural rebar inserts to reliably transfer forces. The combination of B500B and B500NR rebars reliably eradicates corrosion problems and reduces heat flow within the rebars to a minimum.

Fig. 1: Balcony with reinforced concrete slab cast in one piece

Fig. 2: Balcony with thermally isolated, reinforced concrete slab

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ISOPRO® Building physics – thermal insulation Humidity The proportion of water vapour in the gaseous mixture (in this case: in a room) is referred to as the humidity. The commonest measure of humidity is relative humidity, given in percent and reflecting the ratio of the current water vapour content of the air in a room to the saturation level. At lower temperatures the ability to store water is lower than at higher temperatures. For example, a cubic metre of air at 10 °C can accept a maximum of 9.41 g of water. The same volume of air at 30  °C can accept up to 30.38  g of water. We refer to the saturation concentration. Due to changing temperatures the relative humidity in a room varies for the same quantity of absorbed water. Because the air cools on the surface in the region of the thermal bridge the relative humidity in this region increases until finally it reaches the saturation concentration. Together with the ambient temperature, humidity influences a person's feeling of comfort.

Figure 4. Human comfort zone for temperature and relative humidity. Source: DBV Fact Sheet "Hochwertige Nutzung von Untergeschossen – Bauphysik und Raumklima" January 2009

The dew point The temperature at which the water in the air is sufficient for water vapour saturation (relative humidity of 100%) is referred to as the dew point, because if the temperature falls further any excess moisture condenses from the air as dew. This dew then settles on colder surfaces, for example.

The higher the temperature and relative humidity of the air in the room, the higher is the dew point and therefore the higher is the risk of condensation on colder component surfaces. An indoor air climate of 20 °C and 50% relative humidity is usually assumed. Under these conditions the dew point is at 9.3 °C.

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Not only moisture deposits on components and the associated damage to the structure present a hazard, but also mould growth in these areas and the resulting health hazard. Mould growth does not occur after condensation only, but begins once the relative humidity at the surface reaches more than 80%, as a result of the low surface temperature. The non-critical surface temperature for a normal room climate is 12.6 °C. If this surface temperature is achieved at all points of the component, it is regarded as risk free.

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ISOPRO® Building physics – thermal insulation Three-dimensional thermal bridge analysis in accordance with DIN EN ISO 10211 In order to meet a building's energy and climate quality demands, it is necessary to determine the transmission heat losses. This comprises: Ŷ determination of the U values of standard components; Ŷ determination of the losses through linear and point thermal bridges. Thermal bridges are classified as follows: Thermal bridge

Parameter

Analysis method

Common linear thermal bridges e.g. external wall corners, eaves flashing

Thermal transmittance per unit length \ [W/(mK)]

Two-dimensional

Special linear thermal bridges e.g. balcony connection elements, consisting of point thermal bridges

Thermal transmittance per unit length \ [W/(mK)]

Three-dimensional

Point thermal bridges, e.g. anchors

Point thermal transmittance F [W/K]

Three-dimensional

Analysis of a thermal bridge in accordance with DIN EN ISO 6946:2008-04 – No two-dimensional analysis method for cantilever balcony slabs The standard DIN  EN  ISO  6946 "Building components and building components - Thermal resistance and thermal transmittance - Calculation method" 1 Application This international standard specifies the method for calculating the thermal resistance and the thermal transmittance of structural components and components. This does not include doors, windows and other glazed units, curtain façades, structural components in contact with the ground and ventilation elements. The calculation method is based on the thermal conductivity and thermal resistance design values of the materials and products used for the respective application. The method applies to structural components and elements consisting of thermally homogeneous layers (which may also include layers of air). This standard also presents approximation methods for components consisting of heterogeneous layers. The effect of mechanical securing elements is covered by the correction factor given in Annex D. Other cases, where the thermal insulation is penetrated by a metallic layer, are beyond the scope of this standard. Source: DIN EN ISO 6946:2008-04, Section 1

describes how to calculate the thermal transmittance (U value) of components. Extract from standard DIN EN ISO 6946:2008-04:

Heat flux

Heat flux

Homogeneous wall structure

Heterogeneous wall structure

Fig. 1: Example wall structure

Fig. 2: areas identified thermal conductivity of ISOPRO®

Caution: The standard DIN EN  ISO  6946:2008-04 may not be adopted for mathematical consideration of the cantilever reinforced concrete slab form of thermal bridge as required by the energy saving regulation (EnEV) calculations. It excludes structures with thermal insulation and penetrating metallic layers, e.g. tension or shear bars in balcony insulation elements.

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ISOPRO® Building physics – thermal insulation Balcony thermal bridge – energy saving regulations analysis Thermal bridges can be considered mathematically in line with the energy saving regulations in three different ways: Method 1

Method 2

Method 3

Description

The building's thermal bridges are not analysed individually and are not executed in accordance with DIN 4108 Suppl. 2

The building's thermal bridges conform to DIN 4108 Suppl. 2

The thermal bridges are calculated in detail and analysed to DIN V 4108-6:2003-06, in conjunction with additional current best practice regulations (DIN EN ISO 10211)

Analysis

No further analyses

Controlled in the balcony insulation element approvals

Analysed using detailed, threedimensional thermal bridge analysis

Using

Across the board 'UWB = 0.10 W/(m²K)

Across the board 'UWB = 0.05 W/(m²K)

Detailed: HT = ∑ Ui ∙ Ai ∙ Fx,i + ∑ \i ∙ li ∙ Fx,i + ∑ Fi ∙ Fx,i

Note: Never mix the individual analysis methods. On method 1: All thermal bridges are covered by an across-theboard thermal bridge surcharge of 'UWB = 0.10 W/ (m²K) for the entire heat-transmitting, enveloping On method 2: All thermal bridges are covered by the across-theboard thermal bridge surcharge of 'UWB = 0.05 W/ (m²K) for the entire heat-transmitting, enveloping surface area, if all thermal bridges conform to DIN 4108 Suppl. 2:2006-03. The balcony thermal bridge case is controlled by DIN 4108 Suppl. 2:2006-03, Figure 70. This confirmation of conformity means that no additional analyses are required. If the reduced, across-the-board thermal bridge surcharge 'UWB = 0.05 W/(m²K) is adopted, thermal equality is given for all balcony slab insulation elements with a minimum insulation thickness of

surface area. No further analyses are required.

50 mm, analogous to Figure 70, DIN 4108 Suppl. 2. This method is used in practice in almost all cases.

Note: Ŷ Thermally isolated structures that correspond at least to the specified construction (Figure 70) are used. Ŷ Products corresponding to this construction are regarded as thermally equal products to DIN 4108. Ŷ The suitability for purpose of the balcony insulation elements in accordance with DIN 4108 Suppl. 2:2006-03, Figure 70 is controlled in the respective approvals. Ŷ The balcony insulation elements ISOPRO® and ISOMAXX® meet the demands of DIN 4108, Supplement 2, as noted in approvals Z-15.7-243 and Z-15.7-244.

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ISOPRO® Building physics – thermal insulation Balcony thermal bridge – energy saving regulations analysis On method 3: A precise analysis of thermal bridges to DIN V 41086: 2003-06 is performed in conjunction with addi-

tional current best practice regulations:

Ŷ § 7 EnEV: Minimum thermal insulation, thermal bridges (3) The remaining influence of thermal bridges when determining the annual primary energy demand is taken into account as required by the analysis method adopted…

Ŷ The temperature factor fRSi ≥ 0.7 must be adhered to in order to rule out any condensation and associated mould growth hazard during normal residential use.

The thermal bridge loss coefficients \ and the temperature factors fRSi ≥ 0.7 are therefore determined for all of a building's thermal bridges and taken into account in the analysis. The requirement for adopting this method is that the thermal bridge loss coefficients per unit length \(psi) of all connection details are analysed on a project-specific basis.

The point (F) thermal bridge loss coefficients are usually ignored in the energy savings regulations analysis. Recurring point influences (wall plugs in composite thermal insulation systems) are already taken into account in the U values of the standard components. Mixed analyses using method 3 and the across-theboard methods 1 and 2 is not allowed!

The specific transmission heat loss HT is determined as follows: Key:

HT = ∑ Ui ∙ Ai ∙ Fx,i + ∑ \i ∙ li ∙ Fx,i + ∑ Fi ∙ Fx,i

HT [W/K]

specific transmission heat loss

Ui [W/m²K] thermal transmittance Ai [m²]

component area

Fx,i [-]

temperature correction factor for components

\ [W/mK]

thermal bridge loss coefficient per unit length

F [W/K]

point thermal bridge loss coefficient

l [m]

length of respective component connection

Difference between thermal transmittance \ (psi) and F (chi) Ŷ Thermal transmittance per unit length \ (psi) [W/mK]

Ŷ Point thermal transmittance F (chi) [W/K]

Quotient of heat flux in the steady-state and the product of length and temperature difference between the ambient temperatures on each side of the thermal bridge (definition from DIN EN ISO 10211). The thermal transmittance per unit length is the variable that describes the influence of a linear thermal bridge on the overall heat flux. This is required for the continuous balcony insulation elements ISOPRO® IP, IPT and IPQ, for example.

Quotient of heat flux in the steady-state and the temperature difference between the ambient temperatures on each side of the thermal bridge (definition from DIN EN ISO 10211). The point thermal transmittance is the variable that describes the influence of a point thermal bridge on the overall heat flux. This is required for the point balcony insulation elements ISOPRO® IPQS, ISOPRO® SK and ISOPRO® IPA, for example.

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ISOPRO® Building physics – thermal insulation Verification of freedom from mould Thermal bridges should be designed such that the inner surface temperature at the most unfavourable point lies above the critical temperature of 12.6 °C. If all surface temperatures of a residential room are above 12.6  °C (corresponds to an assumed humidity of 80% at the component surface to DIN EN ISO 13788 and DIN 4108-2,2001-03), no mould can form during usual residential use.

Section 6 of DIN 4108-2 specifies the minimum requirements for thermal insulation on thermal bridges and demands adherence to the temperature factor fRSi ≥ 0.7, and the internal surface temperature Tsi ≥ 12.6 °C. Internal surface temperature Tsi The internal surface temperature in the region of a thermal bridge Tsi must reach a value of at least 12.6 °C. DIN 4108-2 stipulates an internal air temperature of 20  °C and an external air temperature of -5  °C to achieve this.

Temperature factor fRSi The temperature factor fRSi is the difference between the temperature on the internal surface Tsi of an component and the external air temperature Te, relative to the temperature difference between the internal air Ti and the external air Te.

fRSi =

Tsi – Te Ti – Te

Given the boundary conditions: Tsi internal surface temperature Ti

internal air temperature 20 °C

Te external air temperature -5 °C relative humidity 50%

Thermal conductivity of construction materials Construction material

Thermal conductivity

Expanded polystyrene (EP), "Styrofoam"

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Expanded polystyrene (EP), grey, "Neopor "

0.031 W/(mK)

B500NR material no. 1.4571 stainless steel

15–17 W/(mK)

B500B reinforcement steel

50.0 W/(mK)

Concrete with 1% reinforcement component

2.3 W/(mK)

Mid-range bulk density unreinforced concrete

1.65 W/(mK)

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ISOPRO® Building physics – thermal insulation Thermal insulation calculations Exact consideration of thermal bridges on buildings using method 3 is only possible by applying considerable mathematical effort. All thermal bridges in a planned construction project are taken into account using their unit length (\) and point (F) thermal bridge loss coefficients and are then included in calculations. Our engineering applications department compiles project-specific thermal bridge analyses using ISOPRO® balcony insulation elements on request. Worked example: Thermal bridge construction Sand-lime brick wall thickness: EPS 040 insulation thickness: Reinforced concrete floor thickness: Cantilever balcony thickness: ISOPRO® element thickness: External plaster thickness:

240 mm 80 mm 220 mm 220 mm 80 mm 20 mm

Boundary conditions Outside temperature: Internal temperature:

-5 °C 20 °C

t U value of wall:

0.412 W/m²K

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ISOPRO® Element

Balkon

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Thermal protection values \ (psi) Type

\ (psi) value [W/mK]

Decke

240

Thermal protection values F (chi) Type

\ (psi) value [W/mK]

Type

F (chi) value [W/K]

IP 10

0.191

IPQ 10

0.174

IPF

0.020

IP 20

0.210

IPQ 20

0.178

IPA

0.039

IP 25

0.223

IPQ 30

0.181

IP 30

0.268

IPQ 40

0.188

IP 40

0.314

IPQ 50

0.195

IP 50

0.361

The calculated \ (psi) values only apply to the worked example discussed above and vary depending on wall structure and construction!

Important notes: Ŷ All material thicknesses and material properties influence the \ (psi) value of the construction! Ŷ Thermal insulation analyses using method 3 (page 13) require a three-dimensional analysis of the thermal bridge. Ŷ Your balcony connection construction can be analysed three-dimensionally on request.

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ISOPRO® Fire protection Fire resistance class R 30 All ISOPRO® elements are classified as fire resistance class R30. The requirements to be met by the overall

construction are shown in the figures below.

R30 - Wall detailing

R30 - Door detailing

Mineral plaster

Covering/screed

Covering/screed

ISOPRO element

ISOPRO element

Mineral plaster

Mineral plaster

A1 material Non-flammable

Fire resistance class R 90 In terms of the fire protection demands on the fire resistance class of balconies, etc., all ISOPRO® elements can also be supplied in fire resistance class R90. The element identification has the suffix R90, e.g. ISOPRO® IP 50 cv30 R90.

The ISOPRO® elements are fitted with fireproof panels on top and bottom. Implementation can be seen in the detailed drawings below.

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Detail 1

Detail 1 Another requirement for the R90 classification is that the neighbouring components meet the requirements of of fire resistance class R90. Where

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R90 fire-resistant slab

point connections are used, care must be taken to ensure that the made-up insulation also meets the fire protection requirements.


ISOPRO® Design principles ISOPRO® balcony insulation element installation situations:

ISOPRO® for single leaf masonry

ISOPRO® for single leaf masonry with composite

ISOPRO® for double leaf masonry

thermal insulation systems

ISOPRO® for double leaf masonry with ventilation

Exposure classes & concrete cover Minimum concrete strength class

Concrete cover dimension cnom

Reduced concrete cover cv *

XC3

Moderately moist, external components, wet rooms

C 20/25

cnom = 35 mm

cv = 30 mm

XC4

Alternating wet and dry, external components with direct wetting

C 25/30

cnom = 40 mm

cv = 35 mm

XD1

Moderately moist, spray zone of traffic areas

C 30/37

cnom = 55 mm

cv = 50 mm

XS1

Salty air, external components in coastal areas

C 30/37

cnom = 55 mm

cv = 50 mm

Reinforcement corrosion

Attack on concrete

XF1

Moderate saturation without de-icing agents, external components

Minimum concrete strength class

Concrete cover

C 25/30

cv = in line with reinforcement corrosion

Recommended for outside balconies: Ŷ in-situ concrete balcony, prefabricated balcony and filigree slabs with on-site concrete cover and permanent top seal: - concrete grade C 25/30 - exposure class XC4, cv 30 Ŷ in-situ concrete balcony, prefabricated balcony and filigree slabs with on-site concrete cover without permanent seal: - concrete grade C 25/30 - exposure class XC4, cv 35

* cv = a reduction of 5 mm in accordance with DIN EN 1992-1-1/NA; NDP to 4.4.1.3(3) is taken into account

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ISOPRO® Design principles System data Free cantilever balcony

Supported balcony

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80 80 lk

Model

Model

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Gk

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Mk

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System

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System

Support conditions Calculation by hand: Restrained

Calculation by hand: Hinged

FEM analysis: Torsion spring: Vertical spring:

FEM analysis: Torsion spring: Vertical spring:

10,000 kNm/rad/m 250,000 kN/m/m

– 250,000 kN/m/m

Assumed loads: gk: Permanent loads (self-weight + surcharge) qk: Service load gk: Edge loads (railing, balustrade, base, etc...) Mk: Edge moment (as a result of horizontal load on railing, balustrade, etc.) Procedure for FEM analysis Ŷ Analyse balcony slab as a system separated from the building bearing structure. Ŷ Define support in the connection zone using the stiffnesses given above.

proach. Ŷ Select ISOPRO® elements. Ŷ Apply determined action effects as edge load to the building bearing structure

Ŷ Determine action effects using linear-elastic apNote: If the stiffnesses along the edge of the slab vary greatly (e.g. supports along the slab edge and no continuous wall), the balcony slab should not be considered as a separate system to the building. In this case a hinge line should be defined along the balcony slab edge using the stiffnesses given above. The ISOPRO® elements can be determined by way of the joint forces.

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ISOPRO® Design principles Limiting the shear resistance of the slab In accordance with approvals Z-15.7-244 and Z-15.7-243 the shear resistance in the region of the insulation joint at the slab edge must be limited to: VEd = 0.3 ∙ VRd,max VRd,max is determined to DIN EN 1992-1-1 with DIN EN 1992-1-1/NA, Equation (6.9) for T = 45° and D = 90°. The more unfavourable value of z = 0.9 ∙ d or z = d – cnom – 30 mm is adopted as the lever arm. Design example: Construction Concrete strength class: fcd: ISOPRO® element: max VEd = VRd =

Reinforced concrete floor thickness: 200 mm Cantilever balcony thickness: 200 mm Concrete cover cv: 35 mm

C25/30 14.2 N/mm² IP 40 cv35 h200 43.5 kN/m

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lb

lb

80 80 lk

Balcony

bw · z · Q1 · fcd 0.3 · VRd,max = 0.3 · cot(T) + tan(T)

bw = 1000 mm z = 200 – 35 – 5 – 35 – 30 = 95 mm (governing value) Q1 = 0.75 · (1.1 – fck/500) = 0.788 ≤ 0.75 t Q1 = 0.75 cot(45°) = tan(45°) = 1.0

0.3 · VRd,max = 0.3 ·

1000 · 95 · 0.75 · 14.2 = 151.8 kN 1.0 + 1.0

0.3 · VRd,max = 151.8 kN/m > 43.5 kN/m = maxVEd t Structural integrity is verified! Note: The limitation of the maximum slab bearing capacity is not generally the governing factor. If it does become the governing factor, it is the structural designer's duty to suitably adapt the input data listed in the above calculation.

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ISOPRO® Type IP Cantilever connectors

ISOPRO® elements for cantilever concrete components

The product

Advantages

ISOPRO® is a product for tightly connecting reinforced concrete, thermally isolated, components. Its excellent thermal insulation property reliably solves a recognised physical problem at the transition between external and internal components.

Ŷ Approved to DIN EN 1992-1

The ISOPRO® elements consist of 80 mm thick Neopor® insulation. The U value of this body is 0.031 W/(m²K).

Ŷ Quick and inexpensive installation

The loads are transferred across the insulation joint by a statically acting framework. The framework consists of reinforcement steel and any concrete pressure pads. The steel in the joints consists of stainless steel.

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Ŷ Reduces thermal bridges to DIN 4108-2 and EnEV Ŷ Prevents condensation mould growth

and

Ŷ Corrosion protection thanks to stainless steel

Ŷ Uniform ISOPRO® quality standard thanks to continuous in-house and third-party monitoring Ŷ Optimum transfer of shear forces and bending moments

Application The ISOPRO® Type IP and IPT elements are balcony insulation elements for free cantilever concrete components. The elements transfer negative bending moments and positive shear forces. The cantilever elements are supplemented by the short elements ISOPRO® Type IPH for point horizontal forces and ISOPRO® Type IPE for point horizontal forces and moments. The short elements may only be used in conjunction with IP and IPT cantilever slab connections.


ISOPRO® Type IP Application examples

IP/IPT

IP/IPT

Free cantilever balcony

IP/IPT

IP/IPT

IP/IPT 1st layer IP/IPT 2nd layer

IP/IPT

Internal corner balcony

IP/IPT

Internal corner balcony, laterally isolated

IP Eck

r ye la

IP /IP T2 nd

nd T2 /IP IP

la ye r

IP/IPT 1st layer

IP/IPT

Internal corner balcony/loggia, supported on 3-sides, partially protruding

IP Eck

External corner balcony

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ISOPRO® Type IP Construction and dimensions

Tension bars Shear bars Floor side Insulation, 80 mm NEOPOR® Concrete pressure pad Hanger reinforcement

LZD 10

00

80 LQ LZB

Balcony side

Element allocations Allocation

Type IP 10

15

20

25

30

40

45

50

60

Tension bars

4Ø8

6Ø8

7Ø8

8Ø8

10 Ø 8

12 Ø 8

14 Ø 8

15 Ø 8

13 Ø 10

Shear bar, standard

4Ø6

4Ø6

4Ø6

5Ø6

5Ø6

5Ø6

5Ø6

5Ø6

5Ø6

Shear bar, Q8

6Ø8

6Ø8

6Ø8

6Ø8

6Ø8

6Ø8

6Ø8

6Ø8

6Ø8

Shear bar, Q10

7Ø8

7Ø8

7Ø8

7Ø8

7Ø8

7Ø8

7Ø8

7Ø8

7Ø8

Shear bar, Q12

6 Ø 10

6 Ø 10

6 Ø 10

6 Ø 10

6 Ø 10

6 Ø 10

6 Ø 10

6 Ø 10

6 Ø 10

Shear bar, Q8X

4Ø8 +3Ø8

4Ø8 +3Ø8

4Ø8 +3Ø8

4Ø8 +3Ø8

4Ø8 +3Ø8

4Ø8 +3Ø8

4Ø8 +3Ø8

4Ø8 +3Ø8

4Ø8 +3Ø8

Shear bar, Q10X

4 Ø 10 + 3 Ø 10

4 Ø 10 + 3 Ø 10

4 Ø 10 + 3 Ø 10

4 Ø 10 + 3 Ø 10

4 Ø 10 + 3 Ø 10

4 Ø 10 + 3 Ø 10

4 Ø 10 + 3 Ø 10

4 Ø 10 + 3 Ø 10

4 Ø 10 + 3 Ø 10

4

4

4

4

5

6

6

7

8

Pressure pad:

Type IP dimensions Type IP

Dimensions [mm]

24

10

15

20

25

30

40

45

50

60

Element length

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

Tension bar, balcony LZB

482

482

482

482

482

482

482

482

595

Tension bar, floor LZD

555

555

555

555

555

555

555

555

686

Shear bar, balcony LQ

242

242

242

242

242

242

242

242

242

Shear bar, floor LQD

365

365

365

365

365

365

365

365

365

Shear bar Q8 LQ/LQD

280/420

280/420

280/420

280/420

280/420

280/420

280/420

280/420

280/420

Shear bar Q10 LQ/LQD

280/420

280/420

280/420

280/420

280/420

280/420

280/420

280/420

280/420

Shear bar Q12 LQ/LQD

350/530

350/530

350/530

350/530

350/530

350/530

350/530

350/530

350/530

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ISOPRO® Type IPT Construction and dimensions

Tension bars

Floor side Shear bars

Insulation, 80 mm NEOPOR®

Pressure pad*

Hanger reinforcement

D

LZ

80 10

00 LQ LD

ZB

L

Balcony side

80

LD

* On IPT Type 90 and Type 100: implemented by compression bar

Element allocations Allocation

Type IPT 70

80

90

100

11 Ø 12

12 Ø 12

12 Ø 12

13 Ø 12

Shear bar, standard

5Ø6

5Ø6

5Ø6

5Ø6

Shear bar, Q8

6Ø8

6Ø8

6Ø8

6Ø8

Shear bar, Q10

7Ø8

7Ø8

7Ø8

5 Ø 10

Shear bar, Q12

6 Ø 10

6 Ø 10

6 Ø 10

6 Ø 10

Shear bar, Q8X

4Ø8+4Ø8

4Ø8+4Ø8

4Ø8+4Ø8

4Ø8+4Ø8

Shear bar QXX

6Ø8+6Ø8

6Ø8+6Ø8

6Ø8+6Ø8

6Ø8+6Ø8

Shear bar, Q10X

7Ø8+4Ø8

7Ø8+4Ø8

7Ø8+4Ø8

5 Ø 10 + 4 Ø 8

DP 10 Ø 16

DP 10 Ø 16

DS 18 Ø 14

DS 20 Ø 14

Tension bars

Compression plane*

* Compression plane execution: DP: Compression plate

Type IPT dimensions

DS: Compression bar Type IPT

Dimensions [mm] 70

80

90

100

Element length

1000

1000

1000

1000

Tension bar, balcony LZB

708

708

708

708

Tension bar, floor LZD

817

817

817

817

Shear bar, balcony LQ

242

242

242

242

Shear bar, floor LQD

365

365

365

365

Shear bar Q8 LQ/LQD

280/420

280/420

280/420

280/420

Shear bar Q10 LQ/LQD

280/420

280/420

280/420

280/420

Shear bar Q12 LQ/LQD

350/530

350/530

350/530

350/530

Compression bar LD

65

65

180

180

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ISOPRO® Type IP, IPT Design table for concrete ≥ C 20/25 Design values of acceptable moments mRd [kNm/m] Element height [mm] as a function of cv [mm]

Type

30

35

40

45

50

IP 10

IP 15

IP 20

IP 25

IP 30

IP 40

-

160

-

170

-

8.3

12.5

14.5

16.6

20.8

24.9

160

-

170

-

180

8.7

13.1

15.3

17.5

21.9

26.2

-

170

-

180

-

9.2

13.8

16.1

18.4

22.9

27.5

170

-

180

-

190

9.6

14.4

16.8

19.2

24.0

28.8

-

180

-

190

-

10.1

15.1

17.6

20.1

25.1

30.2

180

-

190

-

200

10.5

15.7

18.4

21.0

26.2

31.5

-

190

-

200

-

10.9

16.4

19.1

21.9

27.3

32.8

190

-

200

-

210

11.4

17.0

19.9

22.7

28.4

34.1

-

200

-

210

-

11.8

17.7

20.7

23.6

29.5

35.4

200

-

210

-

220

12.2

18.4

21.4

24.5

30.6

36.7

-

210

-

220

-

12.7

19.0

22.2

25.4

31.7

38.0

210

-

220

-

230

13.1

19.7

22.9

26.2

32.8

39.3

-

220

-

230

-

13.5

20.3

23.7

27.1

33.9

40.6

220

-

230

-

240

14.0

21.0

24.5

28.0

35.0

42.0

-

230

-

240

-

14.4

21.6

25.2

28.8

36.1

43.3

230

-

240

-

250

14.9

22.3

26.0

29.7

37.2

44.6

-

240

-

250

-

15.3

22.9

26.8

30.6

38.2

45.9

240

-

250

-

-

15.7

23.6

27.5

31.5

39.3

47.2

-

250

-

-

-

16.2

24.3

28.3

32.3

40.4

48.5

250

-

-

-

-

16.6

24.9

29.1

33.2

41.5

49.8

Design values of acceptable shear forces vRd [kN/m] Shear force

IP 10

IP 15

IP 20

IP 25

IP 30

IP 40

Standard

34.8

34.8

34.8

43.5

43.5

43.5

Q8

79.9

79.9

79.9

79.9

79.9

79.9

Q10

93.2

93.2

93.2

93.2

93.2

93.2

Q12

124.9

124.9

124.9

124.9

124.9

124.9

Q8X

+ 52.7/- 39.5

+ 52.7/- 39.5

+ 52.7/- 39.5

+ 52.7/- 39.5

+ 52.7/- 39.5

+ 52.7/- 39.5

QXX

Q10X

+ 82.2/- 61.6

+ 82.2/- 61.6

+ 82.2/- 61.6

+ 82.2/- 61.6

+ 82.2/- 61.6

+ 82.2/- 61.6

Product definition ISOPRO®:

e.g. IP 40 Q8 cv 35 h200 F90 Var. I Special design identification as per pages 30–31 Fire protection Element height Concrete cover Shear resistance grade Type designation

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ISOPRO® Type IP, IPT Design table for concrete ≥ C 20/25 Design values of acceptable moments mRd [kNm/m] Element height [mm] as a function of cv [mm]

Type

30

35

40

45

50

IP 45

IP 50

IP 60

IPT 70*

IPT 80*

IPT 90*

IPT 100*

-

160

-

170

-

28.3

31.1

37.3

33.7

33.7

38.4

42.7

160

-

170

-

180

29.8

32.8

39.3

35.9

35.9

40.7

45.3

-

170

-

180

-

31.2

34.4

41.3

38.2

38.2

43.1

47.9

170

-

180

-

190

32.7

36.1

43.3

40.5

40.5

45.4

50.5

-

180

-

190

-

34.2

37.7

45.2

42.8

42.8

47.8

53.1

180

-

190

-

200

35.7

39.3

47.2

45.0

45.0

50.1

55.7

-

190

-

200

-

37.2

41.0

49.2

47.3

47.3

52.4

58.3

190

-

200

-

210

38.7

42.6

51.2

49.6

49.6

54.8

60.9

-

200

-

210

-

40.2

44.3

53.2

51.8

51.8

57.1

63.5

200

-

210

-

220

41.7

45.9

55.2

54.1

54.1

59.5

66.1

-

210

-

220

-

43.2

47.5

57.1

56.4

56.4

61.8

68.7

210

-

220

-

230

44.6

49.2

59.1

58.7

58.7

64.1

71.3

-

220

-

230

-

46.1

50.8

61.1

60.9

60.9

66.5

73.9

220

-

230

-

240

47.6

52.5

63.1

63.2

63.2

68.8

76.5

-

230

-

240

-

49.1

54.1

65.1

65.5

65.5

71.2

79.1

230

-

240

-

250

50.6

55.7

67.1

67.8

67.8

73.5

81.7

-

240

-

250

-

52.1

57.4

69.0

70.0

70.0

75.8

84.3

240

-

250

-

-

53.6

59.0

71.0

72.3

72.3

78.2

86.9

-

250

-

-

-

55.1

60.6

73.0

74.6

74.6

80.5

89.5

250

-

-

-

-

56.5

62.3

75.0

76.9

76.9

82.9

92.1

Design values of acceptable shear forces vRd [kN/m] Shear force

IP 45

IP 50

IP 60

IPT 70*

IPT 80*

IPT 90*

IPT 100*

Standard

43.5

43.5

43.5

43.5

43.5

43.5

43.5

Q8

79.9

79.9

79.9

79.1

79.1

79.1

79.1

Q10

93.2

93.2

93.2

93.2

93.2

93.2

93.2

Q12

124.9

124.9

124.9

124.9

124.9

124.9

124.9

Q8X

+ 52,7/ - 39,5

+ 52,7/ - 39,5

+ 52,7/ - 39,5

± 52.7

± 52.7

± 52.7

± 52.7

QXX

± 79.1

± 79.1

± 79.1

± 79.1

Q10X

+ 82.2/- 61.6

+ 82.2/- 61.6

+ 82.2/- 61.6

+ 92.3/- 52.7

+ 92.3/- 52.7

+ 92.3/- 52.7

+ 92.3/- 52.7

* Pressure pad design results in partially lower resistance moments for C20/25 concrete than for element IP 60.

Notes: Ŷ See pages 17–19 for balcony slab design principles. Ŷ The shear resistance of the slab must be limited to 0.3 VRd,max in accordance with the approval. This must be analysed by the structural designer. See the design principles on page 19 for details. Ŷ The balcony slab must be cambered commensurate with the prevalent deformations. See pages 38–39. Ŷ If long balcony slabs are used the expansion joint centres given in Table S. 40 must be adhered to.

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ISOPRO® Type IP, IPT Design table for concrete ≥ C 25/30 Design values of acceptable moments mRd [kNm/m] Element height [mm] as a function of cv [mm]

Type

30

35

40

45

50

IP 10

IP 15

IP 20

IP 25

IP 30

IP 40

-

160

-

170

-

8.3

12.5

14.5

16.6

20.8

24.9

160

-

170

-

180

8.7

13.1

15.3

17.5

21.9

26.2

-

170

-

180

-

9.2

13.8

16.1

18.4

22.9

27.5

170

-

180

-

190

9.6

14.4

16.8

19.2

24.0

28.8

-

180

-

190

-

10.1

15.1

17.6

20.1

25.1

30.2

180

-

190

-

200

10.5

15.7

18.4

21.0

26.2

31.5

-

190

-

200

-

10.9

16.4

19.1

21.9

27.3

32.8

190

-

200

-

210

11.4

17.0

19.9

22.7

28.4

34.1

-

200

-

210

-

11.8

17.7

20.7

23.6

29.5

35.4

200

-

210

-

220

12.2

18.4

21.4

24.5

30.6

36.7

-

210

-

220

-

12.7

19.0

22.2

25.4

31.7

38.0

210

-

220

-

230

13.1

19.7

22.9

26.2

32.8

39.3

-

220

-

230

-

13.5

20.3

23.7

27.1

33.9

40.6

220

-

230

-

240

14.0

21.0

24.5

28.0

35.0

42.0

-

230

-

240

-

14.4

21.6

25.2

28.8

36.1

43.3

230

-

240

-

250

14.9

22.3

26.0

29.7

37.2

44.6

-

240

-

250

-

15.3

22.9

26.8

30.6

38.2

45.9

240

-

250

-

-

15.7

23.6

27.5

31.5

39.3

47.2

-

250

-

-

-

16.2

24.3

28.3

32.3

40.4

48.5

250

-

-

-

-

16.6

24.9

29.1

33.2

41.5

49.8

Design values of acceptable shear forces vRd [kN/m] Shear force

IP 10

IP 15

IP 20

IP 25

IP 30

IP 40

Standard

34.8

34.8

34.8

43.5

43.5

43.5

Q8

92.7

92.7

92.7

92.7

92.7

92.7

Q10

108.2

108.2

108.2

108.2

108.2

108.2

Q12

144.9

144.9

144.9

144.9

144.9

144.9

Q8X

+ 61.9/- 46.4

+ 61.9/- 46.4

+ 61.9/- 46.4

+ 61.9/- 46.4

+ 61.9/- 46.4

+ 61.9/- 46.4

QXX

Q10X

+ 96.6/- 72.4

+ 96.6/- 72.4

+ 96.6/- 72.4

+ 96.6/- 72.4

+ 96.6/- 72.4

+ 96.6/- 72.4

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e.g. IP 40 Q8 cv 35 h200 F90 Var. I Special design identification as per pages 30–31 Fire protection Element height Concrete cover Shear resistance grade Type designation

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ISOPRO® Type IP, IPT Design table for concrete ≥ C 25/30 Design values of acceptable moments mRd [kNm/m] Element height [mm] as a function of cv [mm]

Type

30

35

40

45

50

IP 45

IP 50

IP 60

IPT 70*

IPT 80*

IPT 90*

IPT 100*

-

160

-

170

-

29.1

31.1

40.2

40.0

42.3

45.1

50.1

160

-

170

-

180

30.6

32.8

42.3

42.7

45.1

47.8

53.1

-

170

-

180

-

32.1

34.4

44.4

45.4

48.0

50.6

56.2

170

-

180

-

190

33.7

36.1

46.6

48.1

50.9

53.3

59.2

-

180

-

190

-

35.2

37.7

48.7

50.8

53.7

56.1

62.3

180

-

190

-

200

36.7

39.3

50.8

53.6

56.6

58.8

65.4

-

190

-

200

-

38.2

41.0

53.0

56.3

59.4

61.6

68.4

190

-

200

-

210

39.8

42.6

55.1

59.0

62.3

64.3

71.5

-

200

-

210

-

41.3

44.3

57.2

61.7

65.2

67.1

74.5

200

-

210

-

220

42.8

45.9

59.4

64.4

68.0

69.8

77.6

-

210

-

220

-

44.4

47.5

61.5

67.1

70.9

72.6

80.6

210

-

220

-

230

45.9

49.2

63.7

69.8

73.7

75.3

83.7

-

220

-

230

-

47.4

50.8

65.8

72.5

76.6

78.1

86.7

220

-

230

-

240

49.0

52.5

67.9

75.2

79.4

80.8

89.8

-

230

-

240

-

50.5

54.1

70.1

77.9

82.3

83.6

92.8

230

-

240

-

250

52.0

55.7

72.2

80.6

85.2

86.3

95.9

-

240

-

250

-

53.5

57.4

74.3

83.3

88.0

89.1

98.9

240

-

250

-

-

55.1

59.0

76.5

86.0

90.9

91.8

102.0

-

250

-

-

-

56.6

60.6

78.6

88.7

93.7

94.6

105.1

250

-

-

-

-

58.1

62.3

80.7

91.4

96.6

97.3

108.1

Design values of acceptable shear forces vRd [kN/m] Shear force

IP 45

IP 50

IP 60

IPT 70*

IPT 80*

IPT 90*

IPT 100*

Standard

43.5

43.5

43.5

43.5

43.5

43.5

43.5

Q8

92.7

92.7

92.7

92.7

92.7

92.7

92.7

Q10

108.2

108.2

108.2

108.2

108.2

108.2

108.2

Q12

144.9

144.9

144.9

144.9

144.9

144.9

144.9

Q8X

+ 61,9/ - 46,4

+ 61,9/ - 46,4

+ 61,9/ - 46,4

± 61.9

± 61.9

± 61.9

± 61.9

QXX

± 92.8

± 92.8

± 92.8

± 92.8

Q10X

+ 96,6/ - 72,4

+ 96,6/ - 72,4

+ 96,6/ - 72,4

+ 108.3/- 61.9 + 108.3/- 61.9 + 108.3/- 61.9 + 108.3/- 61.9

Notes: Ŷ See pages 17–19 for balcony slab design principles. Ŷ The shear resistance of the slab must be limited to 0.3 VRd,max in accordance with the approval. This must be analysed by the structural designer. See the design principles on page 19 for details. Ŷ The balcony slab must be cambered commensurate with the prevalent deformations. See pages 38–39. Ŷ If long balcony slabs are used the expansion joint centres given in Table S. 40 must be adhered to.

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ISOPRO® Type IP, IPT Special elements Connecting to a slightly offset floor slab

c Upper reinforcement of bar steel or mesh

Balcony

h ≤ 80

Floor c

a Closed stirrup

b a

b Lower reinforcement of bar steel or mesh

Wall

Ŷ A standard element may also be used for a height offset of less than 80 mm. Ŷ Stirrup reinforcement with an upper leg length ≥ ls is required to transfer tensile forced to the floor.

reinforcement. Ŷ The required shear reinforcement in the overlap zone must be analysed to DIN EN 1992-1. Ŷ Recommended joist width: at least 200 mm.

Ŷ Stirrup reinforcement is designed for cantilever moment and shear force in the balcony slab. Ŷ See pages 32–35 for details of balcony connection

Var. I: Connecting to a vertical wall – downward

connection Balcony

Wall

a U bars

b

b Component reinforcement

a

Ŷ The ISOPRO® tension bars correspond to the necessary DIN EN 1992-1 overlap length ls.

Ŷ The required shear reinforcement in the overlap zone must be analysed to DIN EN 1992-1.

Ŷ See pages 32–35 for details of balcony connection reinforcement.

Ŷ The minimum wall thickness depends on type.

Var. II: Connecting to a vertical wall – upward connection

Balcony

30

b

Wall

a U bars

a

b Component reinforcement

Ŷ The ISOPRO® tension bars correspond to the necessary DIN EN 1992-1 overlap length ls.

Ŷ The required shear reinforcement in the overlap zone must be analysed to DIN EN 1992-1.

Ŷ See pages 32–35 for details of balcony connection reinforcement.

Ŷ The minimum wall thickness depends on type.

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ISOPRO® Type IP, IPT Special elements Var. III HV: Connecting to an offset floor slab

c Upper reinforcement of bar steel or mesh

Balcony

h ≥ 80

Floor c

a

a Closed stirrup

b

≥ 220

b Lower reinforcement of bar steel or mesh reinforcement.

Ŷ Stirrup reinforcement is designed for cantilever moment and shear force in the balcony slab.

Ŷ The required shear reinforcement in the overlap zone must be analysed to DIN EN 1992-1.

Ŷ The ISOPRO® tension bars correspond to the necessary DIN EN 1992-1 overlap length ls.

Ŷ Recommended joist width: at least 220 mm.

Ŷ See pages 32–35 for details of on-site connection

Var. III UV: Connecting to a floor slab with downward offset

c Bent-up reinforcement

b

Floor e

c d

Closed stirrup

a

h ≥ 50

≥ 220

Balcony

a e Upper reinforcement of bar steel or mesh b U bars d Lower reinforcement of bar steel or mesh

Ŷ Stirrup reinforcement is designed for cantilever moment and shear force in the balcony slab. Ŷ The ISOPRO® tension bars correspond to the necessary DIN EN 1992-1 overlap length ls. Ŷ See pages 32–35 for details of on-site connection

reinforcement. Ŷ The required shear reinforcement in the overlap zone must be analysed to DIN EN 1992-1. Ŷ Structural bent-up reinforcement Item 3. Ŷ Recommended joist width: at least 220 mm.

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ISOPRO® Type IP Site reinforcement and installation notes Balcony

Floor

d Upper reinforcement

Section A - A Integrated hanger reinforcement

a

a

ISOPRO® tension bars

d

b Edging to DIN

b a ISOPRO® shear bars

Balcony

a Lower reinforcement ISOPRO® pressure pads

c Spacer bars Ø 8

Floor

ISOPRO® Type IP

Installation notes Ŷ Install the lower reinforcement c for the floor and balcony slabs. Balcony

Floor

Ŷ Insert the DIN EN 1992-1 balcony edging d and connect using the ISOPRO® tension bars. The ISOPRO® tension bars and the bearing reinforcement are at the same height. The connector in the tension bar plane may be severed if required.

c

b

Balcony

Floor

d

d

d a

Floor

A

Balcony

d

c

b

a

A

Concrete ≥ 25/30

Ŷ Install and align ISOPRO® IP. Note the direction of installation (arrow marking on the top of the element).

Ŷ Install spacer bars e 1 Ø 8 top and bottom respectively. Ŷ For indirect support install edging on the floor side d to DIN EN 1992-1 and spacer bars e Ø 8. Ŷ Insert upper slab reinforcement d and connect with the ISOPRO® tensions bars. The ISOPRO® tension bars and the bearing reinforcement are at the same height. Ŷ When concreting the ISOPRO® elements, both sides should be uniformly poured and compacted to ensure they remain fixed in position.

Concrete ≥ 20/25

Balcony ®

ISOPRO Type IP with site lattice girder The lattice girder replaces the hanger reinforcement. It is installed at a distance ≤ 100 mm to the insulation and is led up to directly below the tension reinforcement. The diameter of the diagonals must be at least 5 mm. The shear bar may be positioned above or below the lattice girder.

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Lattice girder

100

Floor


ISOPRO® Type IP Site reinforcement connection Site connection reinforcement as,req* [cm²/m]

Type

Site connection reinforcement proposal Reinforcement steel B500B

Reinforcement steel mat B500M

Reinforcement steel mat + Reinforcement steel

IP 10

2.01

Ø 8/150

Q257A/R257A

-

IP 15

3.02

Ø 8/150

Q335A/R335A

Q188A + Ø 6/150

IP 20

4.02

Ø 8/125

Q424A/R424A

Q257A + Ø 6/150

IP 25

4.52

Ø 10/150

Q524A/R524A

Q188A + Ø 8/150

IP 30

5.03

Ø 10/150

Q524A/R524A

Q188A + Ø 8/150

IP 40

6.03

Ø 10/125

Q636A / -

Q335A + Ø 8/150

IP 45

7.04

Ø 12/150

-

Q424A + Ø 8/150

IP 50

7.54

Ø 12/125

-

Q524A + Ø 8/150

IP 60

10.21

Ø 12/100

-

Q524A + Ø 10/150

* The required connection reinforcement as,req applies for full loading of the ISOPRO® elements. It may be reduced accordingly for lesser loads.

Hanger reinforcement ISOPRO® Type IP elements are supplied ex-works with the required balcony hanger reinforcement as standard. At least 2 Ø 8 spacer bars are arranged on-

site on the vertical face of the slabs to be connected.

Indirect support The required steel cross-section per meter of hanger reinforcement can be taken from the table:

IP 10 Q...

IP 15 Q...

IP 20 Q...

IP 25 Q...

IP 30 Q...

IP 40 Q...

IP 45 Q...

IP 50 Q...

IP 60 Q...

C25/30 floor & balcony

Q12 C20/25 floor C25/30 balcony

C20/25 floor C25/30 balcony

Q10 C25/30 floor & balcony

Q8 C20/25 floor C25/30 balcony

Type

C25/30 floor & balcony

C20/25 floor C25/30 balcony

Standard

C25/30 floor & balcony

Hanger reinforcement is required on the floor side, designed for VRd . At least 2 Ø 8 spacer bars are arranged on the vertical face.

as,req [cm²/m]

0.80

0.80

1.84

2.13

2.14

2.49

2.87

3.35

Used

4Ø6

4Ø6

4Ø8

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 12

as,req [cm²/m]

0.80

0.80

1.84

2.13

2.14

2.49

2.87

3.35

Used

4Ø6

4Ø6

4Ø8

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 12

as,req [cm²/m]

1.00

1.00

1.84

2.13

2.14

2.49

2.87

3.35

Used

4Ø6

4Ø6

4Ø8

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 12

as,req [cm²/m]

1.00

1.00

1.84

2.13

2.14

2.49

2.87

3.35

Used

4Ø6

4Ø6

4Ø8

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 12

as,req [cm²/m]

1.00

1.00

1.84

2.13

2.14

2.49

2.87

3.35

Used

4Ø6

4Ø6

4Ø8

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 12

as,req [cm²/m]

1.00

1.00

1.84

2.13

2.14

2.49

2.87

3.35

Used

4Ø6

4Ø6

4Ø8

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 12

as,req [cm²/m]

1.00

1.00

1.84

2.13

2.14

2.49

2.87

3.35

Used

4Ø6

4Ø6

4Ø8

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 12

as,req [cm²/m]

1.00

1.00

1.84

2.13

2.14

2.49

2.87

3.35

Used

4Ø6

4Ø6

4Ø8

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 12

as,req [cm²/m]

1.00

1.00

1.84

2.13

2.14

2.49

2.87

3.35

Used

4Ø6

4Ø6

4Ø8

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 12

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ISOPRO® Type IPT Site reinforcement and installation notes

Balcony

Floor

d Upper reinforcement

Section A - A Integrated hanger reinforcement

ISOPRO® tension bars

d

ISOPRO® Type IPT

b Edging to DIN

b a ISOPRO® shear bars

Balcony

a Lower reinforcement ISOPRO® pressure plate

c Spacer bars Ø 8

Floor

a

a

Balcony

Floor

b

Installation notes Ŷ Install and align ISOPRO® IPT. Note the direction of installation (arrow marking on the top of the element). Ŷ Install the lower reinforcement c for the floor and balcony slabs. Ŷ Insert the DIN EN 1992-1 balcony edging d and connect using the ISOPRO® tension bars. The ISOPRO® tension bars and the bearing reinforcement are at the same height. The connector in the tension bar plane may be severed if required.

c

Balcony

Floor

Ŷ Install spacer bars e 1 Ø 8 top and bottom respectively.

d

d

Ŷ For indirect support install edging on the floor side d to DIN EN 1992-1 and spacer bars e Ø 8. Ŷ Insert upper slab reinforcement f and connect with the ISOPRO® tensions bars. The ISOPRO® tension bars and the bearing reinforcement are at the same height.

d

b

d

c a

a

A

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A

Balcony

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Ŷ When concreting the ISOPRO® elements, both sides should be uniformly poured and compacted to ensure they remain fixed in position.


ISOPRO® Type IPT Site reinforcement connection Site reinforcement connection Type

as,req* [cm²/m]

Site connection reinforcement proposal Reinforcement steel B500B

Reinforcement steel mat B500M

Reinforcement steel mat + Reinforcement steel

IPT 70*

11.31

Ø 12/100

-

Q524A + Ø 12/150

IPT 80*

12.44

Ø 12/90

-

Q524A + Ø 12/150

IPT 90*

13.57

Ø 12/80

-

Q524A + Ø 12/125

IPT 100*

14.70

Ø 12/75

-

Q524A + Ø 12/100

* The required connection reinforcement as,req applies for full loading of the ISOPRO® elements. It may be reduced accordingly for lesser loads.

Hanger reinforcement ISOPRO® Type IP elements are supplied ex-works with the required balcony hanger reinforcement as standard. At least 2 Ø 8 spacer bars are arranged on-

site on the vertical face of the slabs to be connected.

Indirect support Hanger reinforcement is required on the floor side, designed for VRd . At least 2 Ø 8 spacer bars are arranged on the vertical face.

The required steel cross-section per meter of hanger reinforcement can be taken from the table:

IPT 90 Q...

IPT 100 Q...

C20/25 floor C25/30 balcony

C25/30 floor & balcony

C20/25 floor C25/30 balcony

C25/30 floor & balcony

C20/25 floor C25/30 balcony

C25/30 floor & balcony

Q12

C25/30 floor & balcony

IPT 80 Q...

Q10

as,req [cm²/m]

1.00

1.00

1.84

2.13

2.14

2.49

2.87

3.35

Used

4Ø6

4Ø6

4Ø8

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 12

as,req [cm²/m]

1.00

1.00

1.84

2.13

2.14

2.49

2.87

3.35

Type

IPT 70 Q...

Q8

C20/25 floor C25/30 balcony

Standard

Used

4Ø6

4Ø6

4Ø8

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 12

as,req [cm²/m]

1.00

1.00

1.84

2.13

2.14

2.49

2.87

3.35

Used

4Ø6

4Ø6

4Ø8

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 12

as,req [cm²/m]

1.00

1.00

1.84

2.13

2.14

2.49

2.87

3.35

Used

4Ø6

4Ø6

4Ø8

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 12

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ISOPRO® Type IP, IPT Two-part elements Design of the two-part elements ISOPRO® Type IP

Balcony

ISOPRO® Type IPT

Upper section

Upper section

Make-up strips

Make-up strips

Lower section

Lower section

Floor

Balcony

Floor

All ISOPRO® elements in the type series' IP and IPT are available in a two-part design!

General information Ŷ The allowable action effects can be taken from the tables on pages 26–29 of this technical information sheet. Ŷ Both 20 mm and 40  mm make-up sections are available for height equalisation. Ŷ Type IP: If lattice girders are arranged at a distance ≤ 100 mm from the insulation joint, no additional hanger reinforcement is necessary. If not, hanger reinforcement designed for VRd must be arranged along the insulation joint. Ŷ Information on the necessary extra formwork height and the maximum expansion joint centres can be found on pages 38–40. Ŷ The labels (type designation) on the upper and lower parts must be identical. Note the information on the respective balcony and floor sides.

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The following elements are also colour-coded:

Type IP 20

Code colour green

IP 30

blue

IP 40

yellow

IP 50

white

The continuous colour-coding allows foolproof matching, including for short sections.


ISOPRO® Type IP, IPT Two-part element installation notes Installation in a prefabrication plant a

a

ISOPRO® IPT

ISOPRO® IP

≤ 100 ≤ 100

Ŷ Install lower reinforcement layer including lattice girder in accordance with structural analysis. Distance to insulation joint ≤ 100 mm.

Ŷ Concreting the slab element. Ŷ Install and affix the corresponding upper section d and, if required, the make-up section e.

Ŷ Install lower section c. The mesh's final shear bar must be located as close to the insulation as possible, keeping in mind the required concrete cover.

Note: Type IP is supplied with hanger reinforcement as standard.

Ŷ For IP: The shear bar can be located either below or on the lattice girder. The lattice girder is led up to below the tension reinforcement.

On site ISOPRO® IP 10 - 60

ISOPRO® IPT 70 - 80

ISOPRO® IPT 90 - 100

≥ 100

≥ 100

b

b

b

c

c

c

≥ 100

≥ 100

Ŷ Install the necessary site floor reinforcement. See pages 32-35 Ŷ Lay the slab element on the prepared timbers. Ŷ Install the necessary site balcony reinforcement. See pages 32-35

≥ 200

≥ 200

Ŷ Fit upper section d and, if required, make-up section e. Bind the tension bars to the site reinforcement with wire. Note: For an element height h = 210–250 mm additional U bars Ø 6/200 or a stirrup mesh Q188A must be installed on the balcony side.

Caution: The type designation on the upper and lower sections must be identical (also see colour coding). The installation direction (balcony side) must be adhered to.

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ISOPRO® Type IP, IPT Deflection and excess height Slab deformation To determine the vertical deflection of the balcony slab the deformation of the cantilever slab connection is superimposed with the deformation resulting from the curvature of the slab to DIN EN 1992-1-1 and DIN EN 1992-1-1/NA. We recommend performing an analysis of the serviceability limit state (qua-

si-permanent load case combination). The balcony slab must be heightened commensurate with the determined deformation. It should be noted that the results are rounded up or down depending on the planned direction of drainage.

Deformation resulting from the ISOPRO® cantilever slab connection tan Į = deformation factor determined for the serviceability limit state under quasi-permanent action. See table below for values

w [mm] = tan Į · (mEd/mRd) · lk [m] · 10

bending moment for determining the excess height resulting from the ISOPRO® element. The governing load case combination is specified by the designer.

mRd =

design moment of ISOPRO® element as per design table on pages 26–29.

lk =

cantilever length [m].

h

ISOPRO® element

mEd =

80

lk

Deformation factor tan Į for C 20/25 Type

Height h [mm]

Concrete cover cv [mm]

160

170

180

190

200

210

220

230

240

250

35

0.75

0.70

0.65

0.60

0.55

0.50

0.45

0.45

0.40

0.40

50

0.75

0.65

0.60

0.55

0.50

0.50

0.45

0.40

35

0.85

0.75

0.70

0.65

0.60

0.55

0.50

0.50

0.45

0.45

50

0.80

0.70

0.65

0.60

0.55

0.55

0.50

0.45

35

1.25

1.10

1.00

0.90

0.85

0.75

0.70

0.65

0.60

0.60

50

1.20

1.05

0.95

0.85

0.80

0.75

0.70

0.65

IP 10–IP 40

IP 50–IP 60

IPT 70–IPT 100

Deformation factor tan Į for C 25/30 Type

160

170

180

190

200

210

220

230

240

250

35

0.75

0.70

0.65

0.55

0.55

0.50

0.45

0.45

0.40

0.40

IP 10–IP 40

IP 50–IP 60

IPT 70–IPT 100

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0.70

0.65

0.60

0.55

0.50

0.50

0.45

0.40

35

0.90

0.80

0.75

0.65

0.60

0.60

0.55

0.50

0.50

0.45

50

0.85

0.80

0.70

0.65

0.60

0.55

0.50

0.50

35

1.55

1.40

1.25

1.10

1.00

0.95

0.90

0.85

0.80

0.70

50

1.45

1.30

1.20

1.00

1.00

0.90

0.85

0.80


ISOPRO® Type IP, IPT Deflection and excess height, flexural strength Worked example: See page 19 for construction and selection of ISOPRO® element. Used: ISOPRO® element: IP 40 cv35 h200 mRd: 35.4 kNm/m vRd: 43.5 kN/m tan Į: 0.55 Cantilever arm length lk:1.70 m Load case combination: quasi-permanent

mEd,perm = mgk + \2 · mqk

w [mm] = tan Į · (mEd/mRd) · lk [m] · 10

mEd,perm = (gk + ∆gk) ·

lk² l² + Gk · lk + \2 · qk · k 2 2

w = 0.55 ·

13.7 · 1.7 · 10 35.4

mEd,perm = (5.0 + 1.5) ·

1.7² 1.7² + 1.5 · 1.7 + 0.3 · 4.0 · 2 2

w = 3.6 mm

mEd,perm = 13.7 kNm/m

Flexural strength We recommend limiting the flexural strength to a maximum value of l ≤ 14 d

to DIN EN 1992-1.

This results in the following maximum cantilever arm lengths: Concrete cover

Max. l [m] as a function of element height h [mm] 160

170

180

190

200

210

220

230

240

250

cv 30 mm

1.75

1.89

2.03

2.17

2.31

2.45

2.59

2.73

2.87

3.01

cv 35 mm

1.68

1.82

1.96

2.10

2.24

2.38

2.52

2.66

2.80

2.94

cv 40 mm

1.61

1.75

1.89

2.03

2.17

2.31

2.45

2.59

2.73

2.87

cv 45 mm

1.54

1.68

1.82

1.96

2.10

2.24

2.38

2.52

2.66

2.80

cv 50 mm

1.47

1.61

1.75

1.89

2.03

2.17

2.31

2.45

2.59

2.73

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ISOPRO® Type IP, IPT Expansion joint centres

ISOPRO® expansion joint centres In the outermost concrete components, expansion joints perpendicular to the insulation layer must be used to limit stresses resulting from temperature differentials. The joint centres e can be taken from the table below: Expansion joint centres e

e/2

Expansion joint centres e

Expansion joint

Expansion joint Balcony

Balcony

ISOPRO

ISOPRO

e/2

Type IP Eck

ISOPRO

Expansion joint dowelling, e.g. single shear key HED-S + sliding sleeve GK

Expansion joint

Expansion joint centres for ISOPRO® Types IP and IPT Bar diameter [mm]

≤ 10

12

14

16

20

Joint centres e [m]

13.00

11.30

10.10

9.20

8.00

The maximum arm length on corners is e/2.

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ISOPRO® Type IP Eck Introduction

ISOPRO® IP Eck corner elements Where it is structurally necessary to arrange the ISOPRO® balcony insulation elements around corners, special ISOPRO® IP corner elements are used. They are used as supplements to the linear ISOPRO® IP and IPT elements.

ISOPRO® IP

Floor

ISOPRO® IP Eck 2nd layer

ISOPRO® IP

ISOPRO® IP Eck 1st layer

Balcony

Notes: Ŷ The ISOPRO® IP and IPT corner elements consist of two sub-elements, in 1 and 2 layers. Ŷ Minimum element height: 180 mm Ŷ It is important that an ISOPRO® Type IP or IPT element with concrete cover cv 50 mm is connected to the corner element layer 2! Ŷ Distance of floor filigree slab to insulation: IP 20 Eck, IP 30 Eck ≥ 100 mm IPT 50 Eck ≥ 220 mm

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ISOPRO® Type IP Eck Construction and dimensions

ISOPRO® IP Eck Balcony side

Insulation, 80 mm NEOPOR®

Balcony side Shear bars

Tension bars

B

LZ

LQ

Concrete pressure pad

80

80

L

D

LZ Floor side

ISOPRO® IPT Eck Balcony side

Balcony side Insulation, 80 mm NEOPOR®

Shear bars

Tension bars

B

LZ Compression bars

LQ 80

80 LD

D

LZ

L

Floor side

Element allocations Allocation

Type IP 20 Eck

IP 30 Eck

IPT 50 Eck

Tension bars

7Ø8

8 Ø 10

8 Ø 12

Shear bar h = 180–190

3Ø8

4 Ø 10

4 Ø 10

Shear bar h = 200–250

3Ø8

4 Ø 12

5 Ø 10

Pressure pad:

3

5

Compression bar

12 Ø14

Element dimensions Type

Dimensions [mm] IP 20 Eck

IP 30 Eck

IPT 50 Eck

Element length L

500

620

620

Tension bar, balcony LZB

482

595

706

Tension bar, floor LZD

555

686

824

Shear bar h = 180–190 LQ/LQD

280/420

250/530

350/530

Shear bar h = 200–250 LQ/LQD

280/420

630/740

350/530

200

Compression bar LD

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ISOPRO® Type IP Eck Design table Design values of acceptable moments mRd [kNm] Type

Element height [mm] as a function of cv [mm] 30

35

IP Eck 20 C20/25

IP Eck 30 C25/30

C20/25

IPT Eck 50 C25/30

C20/25

C25/30

-

180

15.6

16.1

25.8

27.8

28.4

32.3

180

-

16.4

16.8

27.0

29.1

30.2

34.2

-

190

17.1

17.6

28.3

30.4

31.9

36.2

190

-

17.9

18.4

29.5

31.8

33.6

38.2

-

200

18.6

19.1

30.8

33.1

35.4

40.1

200

-

19.3

19.9

32.0

34.4

37.1

42.1

-

210

20.1

20.7

33.2

35.8

38.8

44.1

210

-

20.8

21.4

34.5

37.1

40.6

46.0

-

220

21.6

22.2

35.7

38.4

42.3

48.0

220

-

22.3

23.0

37.0

39.8

44.0

50.0

-

230

23.1

23.7

38.2

41.1

45.8

51.9

230

-

23.8

24.5

39.4

42.5

47.5

53.9

-

240

24.6

25.2

40.7

43.8

49.2

55.9

240

-

25.3

26.0

41.9

45.1

51.0

57.8

-

250

26.0

26.8

43.2

46.5

52.7

59.8

250

-

26.8

27.5

44.4

47.8

54.4

61.8

Design values of acceptable shear forces VRd [kN] Shear force

IP Eck 20

IP Eck 30 C20/25

IPT Eck 50

C20/25

C25/30

C25/30

C20/25

C25/30

h = 180–190 mm

39.5

46.4

82.2

96.6

82.2

96.6

h = 200–250 mm

39.5

46.4

118.5

139.1

102.8

120.7

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ISOPRO® Type IP Eck Site reinforcement Site reinforcement

a

c

c

d

Balcony Balcony

IP Eck 1st layer

b

b

b

Floor

a

IPT Eck 2nd layer

a

IP Eck 2nd layer

b

IPT Eck 1st layer

Floor

Site reinforcement connection Type IP 20 Eck

IP 30 Eck

IPT 50 Eck

3.52

6.28

9.05

Connection reinforcement As,req [cm²]

The elements are designed and reinforced to DIN EN 1992! Connection reinforcement proposal Type IP 20 Eck

IP 30 Eck

IPT 50 Eck

5 Ø 10

8 Ø 10

7 Ø 12

5 Ø 10

8 Ø 10

7 Ø 12

e Reinforcement surcharge

5 Ø 10

8 Ø 10

7 Ø 12

f Reinforcement surcharge

5 Ø 10

8 Ø 10

7 Ø 12

c Connection reinforcement; 1 layer

d Connection reinforcement; 2 layer

c and d: e and f:

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ISOPRO® Type IPH Technical principles The ISOPRO® Type IPH elements for transferring horizontal forces may only be used in conjunction with ISOPRO® cantilever slab or shear force connections. The number of IPH elements used depends on the information provided by the structural designer. Follow the information provided on page 40 with

regard to the configuration of expansion joints. When using ISOPRO® Type IPH elements it should be noted that the force transfer through the linear connection is reduced by the percentage length of the IPH elements compared to the total connection length.

Section

Plan

Balcony

Floor

Floor

100

Balcony

220

80

220

IPH 1 for transferring horizontal forces parallel to the insulation joint

Balcony

Floor

Floor

100

Balcony

250

80

250

IPH 2 for transferring horizontal forces perpendicular to the insulation joint

Balcony

Floor

Floor

100

Balcony

250

80

250

IPH 3 for transferring horizontal forces parallel and perpendicular to the insulation joint

Design table Type IPH for concrete t C20/25 Reinforcement Shear force

Horizontal

Element length [mm]

HRd «« [kN]

ZRdA [kN]

IPH 1

2x1Ø8

-

100

± 7.4 kN

-

IPH 2

-

1 Ø 10

100

-

± 18.1 kN

IPH 3

2x1Ø8

1 Ø 10

100

± 7.4 kN

± 18.1 kN

Type

Site reinforcement The ISOPRO® IPH elements are installed analogous to installation of the ISOPRO® cantilever slab or shear force connections. The number and position

of the elements depends on the structural analysis data. The elements must be fixed in their positions.

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ISOPRO® Type IPE Technical principles The ISOPRO® Type IPE elements for transferring horizontal forces parallel and perpendicular to the insulation plane may only be used in conjunction with ISOPRO® cantilever slab or shear force connections. Moments, e.g. resulting from seismic actions, can only be transferred in conjunction with the ISOPRO® Type IP, IPT elements. The number of IPE elements used depends on the

information provided by the structural designer. Follow the information provided on page 40 with regard to the configuration of expansion joints. When using ISOPRO® Type IPE elements it should be noted that the force transfer through the linear connection is reduced by the percentage length of the IPE elements compared to the total connection length.

Construction and dimensions HRd || MRdy ZRd

Floor

100

Balcony

Balcony

Floor

ø8 480

80

560

ISOPRO® Type IPE 1

HRd || MRdy ZRd Floor

100

Balcony

Balcony

Floor

ø 12 710

80

810

ISOPRO® Type IPE 2

IPE element examples

IPQQ

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IPE

IPQQ

IP/IPT

IPE

IP/IPT

IPE

IP/IPT


ISOPRO® Type IPE Design table Design table Type IPE for concrete t C20/25 Shear bars

Horizontal anchors

Element length [mm]

HRd «« [kN]

ZRdA [kN]

IPE 1

2x1Ø8

2Ø8

100

±15.4

+43.7

IPE 2

2 x 1 Ø 12

2 Ø 12

100

±34.7

+83.7

Type

Design values of acceptable moments MRdy [kNm] depending on IP/IPT Element height [mm] as a function of cv [mm] 30*

35*

IP 10, IP 15, IP 20, IP 25, IP 30, IP 40, IP 45, IP 50 IPE 1

IPE 2

IPT 70, IPT 80, IPT 90, IPT 100

IP 60 IPE 1

IPE 2

IPE 1

IPE 2

-

160

2.21

2.16

3.60

3.51

3.71

5.18

160

-

2.33

2.28

3.80

3.72

3.93

5.49

-

170

2.46

2.41

4.01

3.93

4.15

5.80

170

-

2.59

2.54

4.22

4.14

4.37

6.11

-

180

2.71

2.66

4.43

4.35

4.59

6.43

180

-

2.84

2.79

4.64

4.56

4.81

6.74

-

190

2.97

2.92

4.85

4.77

5.03

7.05

190

-

3.09

3.04

5.06

4.98

5.24

7.36

-

200

3.22

3.17

5.27

5.18

5.46

7.67

200

-

3.35

3.30

5.48

5.39

5.68

7.99

-

210

3.47

3.42

5.69

5.60

5.90

8.30

210

-

3.60

3.55

5.90

5.81

6.12

8.61

-

220

3.73

3.68

6.10

6.02

6.34

8.92

220

-

3.85

3.80

6.31

6.23

6.56

9.23

-

230

3.98

3.93

6.52

6.44

6.77

9.55

230

-

4.11

4.06

6.73

6.65

6.99

9.86

-

240

4.23

4.18

6.94

6.86

7.21

10.17

240

-

4.36

4.31

7.15

7.07

7.43

10.48

-

250

4.49

4.44

7.36

7.28

7.65

10.79

250

-

4.61

4.56

7.57

7.48

7.87

11.11

* Concrete cover on neighbouring IP, IPT elements

Note: Ŷ Moments can only be transferred in conjunction with neighbouring ISOPRO® IP, IPT elements!

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ISOPRO速 Examples of shear force elements

IPQ

IPH

IPQQ

IPQ

Balcony on supports

IPQQ

Balcony on supports

IPQS

IPQS

Balcony on supports, point connections

IPH

IPQQS

Balcony on supports, point connections

IPQ

IPH

IPQQ

IPQQ

Internal corner balcony on supports

IPQS

IPQ

IPQQ

Tie bar in lowest layer

Recessed balcony with tie bar

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IPQQ

Tie bar in lowest layer

IPQZ

IPQS

IPQS

IPQ

Internal corner balcony on supports

Loggia supported on 3 sides with tie bar

IPQZ

IPQ

IPQQS

IPQ

IPH

IPH


ISOPRO® Type IPQ Introduction ISOPRO® elements for hinged slabs

The product

Advantages

Application

ISOPRO® elements in product series IPQ are thermally insulating and force-transferring connecting elements for supported reinforced concrete components such as balconies or loggias.

Ŷ Approved to DIN EN 1992-1

Ŷ Type IPQ for transferring positive shear forces

Depending on type they transfer both positive and negative shear forces.

Ŷ Corrosion protection thanks to stainless steel

They are available in metre lengths for linear force transfer or in shorter lengths for point transfer.

Ŷ Reduces thermal bridges to DIN 4108-2 and EnEV Ŷ Prevents condensation and mould growth

Ŷ Quick and inexpensive installation Ŷ Uniform ISOPRO® quality standard thanks to continuous in-house and third-party monitoring

Ŷ Type IPQS short element for point transfer of positive shear forces Ŷ Type IPQQ for transferring positive and negative shear forces Ŷ Type IPQQS short element for point transfer of positive and negative shear forces Ŷ Type IPQZ short element for tension-free connection of recessed balconies and loggias

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ISOPRO® Type IPQ, IPQS, IPQZ Construction and dimensions Plan Type IPQ – Shear bar straight on floor side

Element length L

Element length L

Plan Type IPQ – Shear bar bent down on floor side

Shear bars IPQ, IPQS Bars Ø 6 Bars Ø 8, 10, 12, 14

o bent on floor side o straight on floor side

Element length L

Plan Type IPQS – Shear bar straight on floor side

Section Type IPQ – Shear bar bent down on floor side Section Type IPQ – Shear bar straight on floor side

Balcony

Balcony

Floor

LQB

80

Floor

LQB

LQD

Section Type IPQZ – Shear bar straight on floor side

Section Type IPQS – Shear bar straight on floor side LQB

LQB

80

LQD

80

LQD

80

LQD Balcony

Balcony

Floor

Floor

LD

50

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LD


ISOPRO® Type IPQ, IPQS Construction and dimensions Element allocations, Type IPQ, IPQS Shear bar Element length [mm]

Number

IPQ 10

1000

IPQ 20

Type

Compression plane

Length of shear bar

Floor bar Number Straight

Length LD [mm]

LQB [mm]

LQD [mm]

Bent

4Ø6

310

150

×

4 DL

1000

5Ø6

310

150

×

4 DL

IPQ 30

1000

6Ø6

310

150

×

4 DL

IPQ 40

1000

8Ø6

310

150

×

4 DL

IPQ 50

1000

10 Ø 6

310

150

×

IPQ 70

1000

6Ø8

420

500

×

4 DL

IPQ 80

1000

8Ø8

420

500

×

4 DL

IPQ 90

1000

6 Ø 10

530

620

×

4 DL

IPQ 100

1000

5 Ø 12

630

740

×

4 DL

IPQ 110

1000

6 Ø 12

630

740

×

5 DL

IPQS 10

300

2Ø8

420

500

×

2 Ø 10

150 150

4 DL

IPQS 20

400

3Ø8

420

500

×

3 Ø 10

IPQS 30

500

4Ø8

420

500

×

2 DL

IPQS 40

300

2 Ø 10

530

620

×

3 Ø 10

150

IPQS 50

400

3 Ø 10

530

620

×

4 Ø 12

165

IPQS 60

300

2 Ø 12

630

740

×

4 Ø 12

165

IPQS 70

400

3 Ø 12

630

740

×

5 Ø 12

165

IPQS 80

300

2 Ø 14

740

860

×

4 Ø 14

165

IPQS 90

400

3 Ø 14

740

860

×

6 Ø 14

165

IPQZ 10

300

2Ø8

420

500

×

IPQZ 20

400

3Ø8

420

500

×

IPQZ 30

500

4Ø8

420

500

×

IPQZ 40

300

2 Ø 10

530

620

×

IPQZ 50

400

3 Ø 10

530

620

×

IPQZ 60

300

2 Ø 12

630

740

×

IPQZ 70

400

3 Ø 12

630

740

×

IPQZ 80

300

2 Ø 14

740

860

×

IPQZ 90

400

3 Ø 14

740

860

×

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ISOPRO® Type IPQ, IPQS, IPQZ Design table for concrete t C20/25 Design values of elements, Type IPQ, IPQS, IPQZ Type IPQ

Element length [mm]

Element length [mm]

Shear force vRD [kN/m]

IPQ 10

1000

≥ 160

+ 34.8

IPQ 20

1000

≥ 160

+ 43.5

IPQ 30

1000

≥ 160

+ 52.2

IPQ 40

1000

≥ 160

+ 69.5

IPQ 50

1000

≥ 160

+ 86.9

IPQ 70

1000

≥ 160

+ 92.7

IPQ 80

1000

≥ 160

+ 123.6

IPQ 90

1000

≥ 170

+ 144.9

IPQ 100

1000

≥ 180

+ 172.0

IPQ 110

1000

≥ 180

+ 208.9

Element length [mm]

Element length [mm]

Shear force VRD [kN]

IPQS 10

300

≥ 160

+ 30.9

IPQS 20

400

≥ 160

+ 46.4

IPQS 30

500

≥ 160

+ 61.8

IPQS 40

300

≥ 170

+ 46,6

IPQS 50

400

≥ 170

+ 72.4

IPQS 60

300

≥ 180

+ 69.5

IPQS 70

400

≥ 180

+ 102.2

IPQS 80

300

≥ 190

+ 94.7

IPQS 90

400

≥ 190

+ 142.0

Element length [mm]

Element length [mm]

Shear force VRD [kN]

IPQZ 10

300

≥ 160

+ 30.9

IPQZ 20

400

≥ 160

+ 46.4

IPQZ 30

500

≥ 160

+ 61.8

IPQZ 40

300

≥ 170

+ 48.3

IPQZ 50

400

≥ 170

+ 72.4

IPQZ 60

300

≥ 180

+ 69.5

IPQZ 70

400

≥ 180

+ 102.2

IPQZ 80

300

≥ 190

+ 94.7

IPQZ 90

400

≥ 190

+ 142.0

Type IPQS

Type IPQZ

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ISOPRO® Type IPQ Site reinforcement and installation notes

Balcony

Floor

d Upper reinforcement

Section A - A

d

a

a

b U bars b

a ISOPRO® shear bars

Balcony

a Lower reinforcement ISOPRO® pressure pads

c Spacer bars Ø 8

Floor

Installation

ISOPRO® Type IPQ

Ŷ Install the lower reinforcement c for the floor and balcony slabs.

Balcony

Floor

b

Ŷ Install and align ISOPRO® IPQ. Note the direction of installation (arrow marking on the top of the element). Ŷ Insert balcony hanger reinforcement d (see table) and connect to ISOPRO® shear bars. The ISOPRO® shear bars and the bearing reinforcement are at the same height.

c

Balcony

Floor

d

d

Ŷ Install spacer bars e 1 Ø 8 top and bottom respectively. Ŷ For indirect support install floor hanger reinforcement d and Ø 8 e spacer bars. Ŷ Insert upper slab f reinforcement.

b

d

Floor

A

Balcony

d

c a

a

Concrete ≥ 20/25

A

Concrete ≥ 25/30

Ŷ When concreting the ISOPRO® elements, both sides should be uniformly poured and compacted to ensure they remain fixed in position. Note: Analysis of the shear resistance of the slabs without shear reinforcement is performed to DIN EN  19921, Para. 10.3.3. Analysis of the shear resistance of the slabs with shear reinforcement is performed to DIN  EN  1992-1, Para. 10.3.4. The maximum shear force transferable via the joint must be limited to 0.3 · VRd,max.

Site hanger reinforcement Type IPQ

as,req [cm²/m]

Used

IPQ 10

0.80

4Ø6

IPQ 20

1.00

IPQ 30

1.20

IPQ 40 IPQ 50

Type IPQ

as,req [cm²/m]

Used

IPQ 70

2.13

6Ø8

5Ø6

IPQ 80

2.84

8Ø8

6Ø6

IPQ 90

3.33

6 Ø 10

1.60

8Ø6

IPQ 100

3.95

5 Ø 12

2.00

4Ø8

IPQ 110

4.80

6 Ø 12

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ISOPRO® Type IPQS Site reinforcement and installation notes

Balcony

Floor

d Upper reinforcement

Section A - A Site hanger reinforcement

d

a

a

b U bars b

a ISOPRO shear bars

Balcony

a Lower reinforcement ISOPRO compression bars

c Spacer bars Ø 8

Floor

Installation ISOPRO® Type IPQS

Ŷ Install the lower reinforcement c for the floor and balcony slabs.

Balcony

Floor

b

Ŷ Install and align ISOPRO® IPQS. Note the direction of installation (arrow marking on the top of the element). Ŷ Insert balcony hanger reinforcement d (see table) and connect to ISOPRO® shear bars. The ISOPRO® shear bars and the bearing reinforcement are at the same height.

c

Ŷ Install spacer bars e 1 Ø 8 top and bottom respectively. Balcony

Floor

d

d

Ŷ For indirect support install floor hanger reinforcement d and Ø 8 e spacer bars. Ŷ Insert upper slab f reinforcement. Ŷ When concreting the ISOPRO® elements, both sides should be uniformly poured and compacted to ensure they remain fixed in position.

Floor

A

Balcony

b d

d

c a

a

Concrete ≥ 20/25

A

Concrete ≥ 25/30

Note: Analysis of the shear resistance of the slabs without shear reinforcement is performed to DIN EN  19921, Para. 10.3.3. Analysis of the shear resistance of the slabs with shear reinforcement is performed to DIN  EN  1992-1, Para. 10.3.4. The maximum shear force transferable via the joint must be limited to 0.3 · VRd,max.

Site hanger reinforcement Type IPQ

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As,req [cm²]

Used

IPQS 10

0.71

2Ø8

IPQS 20

1.07

IPQS 30 IPQS 40 IPQS 50

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As,req [cm²]

Used

IPQS 60

1.60

2 Ø 12

3Ø8

IPQS 70

2.35

3 Ø 12

1.42

4Ø8

IPQS 80

2.18

2 Ø 14

1.11

2 Ø 10

IPQS 90

3.26

3 Ø 14

1.66

3 Ø 10


ISOPRO® Type IPQZ Site reinforcement Installation notes Ŷ For tension-free support of an IPQZ, an IPQS element should be counterposed.

Ŷ The IPQS requires site stirrup reinforcement to anchor back the tie bar to thed floor.

Ŷ A tie bar is located between the two elementsc. The diameter and number of bars corresponds to the IPQS and IPQZ elements, see table.

Ŷ The required hanger reinforcement and the site slab reinforcement are not shown here.

Type IPQZ

Type IPQS

b

a Floor

Balcony

b Tie bar anchorage Tie bar

Site reinforcement Tie bar c

U bars d

used with

IPQZ 10

2Ø8

1Ø8

IPQS 10

IPQZ 20

3Ø8

2Ø8

IPQS 20

IPQZ 30

4Ø8

2Ø8

IPQS 30

IPQZ 40

2 Ø 10

1 Ø 10

IPQS 40

IPQZ 50

3 Ø 10

2 Ø 10

IPQS 50

IPQZ 60

2 Ø 12

2 Ø 10

IPQS 60

IPQZ 70

3 Ø 12

3 Ø 10

IPQS 70

IPQZ 80

2 Ø 14

2 Ø 10

IPQS 80

IPQZ 90

3 Ø 14

3 Ø 10

IPQS 90

Type IPQZ

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ISOPRO® Type IPQQ, IPQQS Construction and dimensions

Plan Type IPQQ – Floor shear bar straight

1000

1000

Plan Type IPQQ – Floor shear bar bent down

Shear bars IPQQ, IPQQS Bars Ø 6 o bent on floor side Bars Ø 8, 10, 12, 14 o straight on floor side

Element length L

Plan Type IPQQS – Floor shear bar straight

Section Type IPQ – Floor shear bar bent down Section Type IPQ – Floor shear bar straight

LQB

80

Balcony

LQD Floor

LD

80

LQB

LQD

80

Balcony

Floor

LD

LD

80

LD

Section Type IPQQS – Floor shear bar straight LQB

LQD

80

Balcony

Floor

LD

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LD


ISOPRO® Type IPQQ, IPQQS Construction and dimensions, design table for t C20/25 Element allocations, Type IPQQ, IPQQS Shear bar Element length [mm]

Number

IPQQ 10

1000

IPQQ 30

Type

Compression plane

Length of shear bar

Floor bar Number

Length LD [mm]

×

4 Ø 10

150

150

×

4 Ø 10

150

310

150

×

6 Ø 10

150

2 x 10 Ø 6

310

150

×

6 Ø 10

150

1000

2x6Ø8

420

500

×

6 Ø 10

150

IPQQ 90

1000

2 x 6 Ø 10

530

620

×

10 Ø 10

150

IPQQ 110

1000

2 x 6 Ø 12

630

740

×

10 Ø 12

165

IPQQS 10

300

2x2Ø8

420

500

×

2 Ø 10

150

IPQQS 20

400

2x3Ø8

420

500

×

3 Ø 10

150

IPQQS 40

300

2 x 2 Ø 10

530

620

×

3 Ø 10

150

IPQQS 50

400

2 x 3 Ø 10

530

620

×

4 Ø 12

165

IPQQS 60

300

2 x 2 Ø 12

630

740

×

4 Ø 12

165

IPQQS 70

400

2 x 3 Ø 12

630

740

×

5 Ø 12

165

IPQQS 80

300

2 x 2 Ø 14

740

860

×

4 Ø 14

165

IPQQS 90

400

2 x 3 Ø 14

740

860

×

6 Ø 14

165

LQB [mm]

LQD [mm]

Bent

2x4Ø6

310

150

1000

2x6Ø6

310

IPQQ 40

1000

2x8Ø6

IPQQ 50

1000

IPQQ 70

Straight

Design values of elements, Type IPQQ, IPQQS Element length [mm]

Element height [mm]

Shear force VRd [kN]

IPQQS 10

300

≥ 160

± 30.9

± 52.2

IPQQS 20

400

≥ 160

± 46.4

≥ 160

± 69.5

IPQQS 40

300

≥ 170

± 46.4

1000

≥ 160

± 86.9

IPQQS 50

400

≥ 170

± 72.4

IPQQ 70

1000

≥ 160

± 92.7

IPQQS 60

300

≥ 180

± 69.5

IPQQ 90

1000

≥ 170

± 144.9

IPQQS 70

400

≥ 180

± 102.2

IPQQ 110

1000

≥ 180

± 208.9

IPQQS 80

300

≥ 190

± 94.7

IPQQS 90

400

≥ 190

± 142.0

Element length [mm]

Element height [mm]

Shear force vRd [kN/m]

IPQQ 10

1000

≥ 160

± 34.8

IPQQ 30

1000

≥ 160

IPQQ 40

1000

IPQQ 50

Type IPQQ

Type IPQQS

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ISOPRO® Type IPQQ Site reinforcement and installation notes

Balcony

Floor

d Upper reinforcement

Section A - A Site hanger reinforcement

d

a

a

b U bars b

a ISOPRO® shear bars

Balcony

a Lower reinforcement ISOPRO® compression bars

c Spacer bars Ø 8

Floor

Installation ISOPRO® Type IPQQ

Ŷ Install the lower reinforcement c for the floor and balcony slabs.

Balcony

Floor

c

Ŷ Install and align ISOPRO® IPQQ. Note the direction of installation (arrow marking on the top of the element). Ŷ Insert balcony hanger reinforcement d (see table) and connect to ISOPRO® shear bars. The ISOPRO® shear bars and the bearing reinforcement are at the same height.

b

Ŷ Install spacer bars e 1 Ø 8 top and bottom respectively. Balcony

Floor

d

d

Ŷ For indirect support install floor hanger reinforcement d and Ø 8 e spacer bars. Ŷ Insert upper slab f reinforcement. Ŷ When concreting the ISOPRO® elements, both sides should be uniformly poured and compacted to ensure they remain fixed in position.

Floor

A

Balcony

d

c

d

b a

a

Concrete ≥ 20/25

A

Concrete ≥ 25/30

Note: Analysis of the shear resistance of the slabs without shear reinforcement is performed to DIN EN  19921, Para. 10.3.3. Analysis of the shear resistance of the slabs with shear reinforcement is performed to DIN  EN  1992-1, Para. 10.3.4. The maximum shear force transferable via the joint must be limited to 0.3 · VRd,max.

Site hanger reinforcement Type IPQQ

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as,req [cm²/m]

Used

as,req [cm²/m]

Used

IPQQ 10

0.80

4Ø6

IPQQ 70

2.13

6Ø8

IPQQ 30

1.20

6Ø6

IPQQ 90

3.33

6 Ø 10

IPQQ 40

1.60

8Ø6

IPQQ 110

4.80

6 Ø 12

IPQQ 50

2.00

4Ø8

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ISOPRO® Type IPQQS Site reinforcement and installation notes

Balcony

Floor

d Upper reinforcement

Section A - A Site hanger reinforcement

d

a

a

b U bars b

a ISOPRO® shear bars

Balcony

a Lower reinforcement ISOPRO® compression bars

c Spacer bars Ø 8

Floor

Installation

ISOPRO® Type IPQQS

Ŷ Install the lower reinforcement c for the floor and balcony slabs.

Balcony

Floor

c

Ŷ Install and align ISOPRO® IPQQS. Note the direction of installation (arrow marking on the top of the element). Ŷ Insert balcony hanger reinforcement d (see table) and connect to ISOPRO® shear bars. The ISOPRO® shear bars and the bearing reinforcement are at the same height.

b

Ŷ Install spacer bars e 1 Ø 8 top and bottom respectively. Balcony

Floor

d

d

Ŷ For indirect support install floor hanger reinforcement d and Ø 8 e spacer bars. Ŷ Insert upper slab f reinforcement. Ŷ When concreting the ISOPRO® elements, both sides should be uniformly poured and compacted to ensure they remain fixed in position.

d

Floor

A

Balcony

c

d

b a

a

Concrete ≥ 20/25

A

Concrete ≥ 25/30

Note: Analysis of the shear resistance of the slabs without shear reinforcement is performed to DIN EN  19921, Para. 10.3.3. Analysis of the shear resistance of the slabs with shear reinforcement is performed to DIN  EN  1992-1, Para. 10.3.4. The maximum shear force transferable via the joint must be limited to 0.3 · VRd,max.

Site hanger reinforcement As,req [cm²]

Used

As,req [cm²]

Used

IPQQS 10

Type IPQS

0.71

2Ø8

IPQQS 60

Type IPQS

1.60

2 Ø 12

IPQQS 20

1.07

3Ø8

IPQQS 70

2.35

3 Ø 12

IPQQS 40

1.11

2 Ø 10

IPQQS 80

2.18

2 Ø 14

IPQQS 50

1.67

3 Ø 10

IPQQS 90

3.26

3 Ø 14

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ISOPRO® Type IPQ - IPQQS Moment resulting from eccentric connection Moment resulting from eccentric connection When designing the floor connection reinforcement for the ISOPRO® shear elements Type IPQ - IPQQS, an additional moment resulting from an eccentric connection must be considered.

If the sign is the same, the moment is superimposed on the moments resulting from the planned loads.

∆ MEd = VEd x Zv Balcony

Floor

Balcony

Floor

VEd

VEd Δ MEd

VEd

VEd

VEd

VEd

VEd

Δ MEd

Zv

VEd

VEd VEd ISOPRO® elements with pressure pads Zv = 124 mm

Type IPQ

∆ mEd [kNm/m]

ISOPRO® elements with compression bars Zv = 115 mm

Type IPQS

∆ MEd [kNm]

Type IPQZ

∆ MEd [kNm]

IPQ 10

4.32

IPQS 10

3.55

IPQZ 10

3.55

IPQ 20

5.39

IPQS 20

5.33

IPQZ 20

5.33

IPQ 30

6.47

IPQS 30

7.66

IPQZ 30

7.66

IPQ 40

8.62

IPQS 40

5.34

IPQZ 40

5.34

IPQ 50

10.78

IPQS 50

8.33

IPQZ 50

8.33

IPQ 70

11.49

IPQS 60

7.99

IPQZ 60

7.99

IPQ 80

15.33

IPQS 70

11.75

IPQZ 70

11.75

IPQ 90

17.93

IPQS 80

10.89

IPQZ 80

10.89

IPQ 100

21.56

IPQS 90

16.33

IPQZ 90

16.33

IPQ 110

25.89

Type IPQQ

60

VEd

VEd

∆ mEd [kNm/m]

Type IPQQS

∆ MEd [kNm]

IPQQ 10

4.00

IPQQS 10

3.55

IPQQ 30

6.00

IPQQS 20

5.33

IPQQ 40

7.99

IPQQS 40

5.33

IPQQ 50

9.99

IPQQS 50

8.33

IPQQ 70

10.66

IPQQS 60

7.99

IPQQ 90

16.66

IPQQS 70

11.75

IPQQ 110

24.02

IPQQS 80

10.89

IPQQS 90

16.33

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ISOPRO® Type IPTD Introduction ISOPRO® elements for recessed slabs

The product

Advantages

The ISOPRO® IPTD elements are thermally insulating and load bearing connecting elements for concrete components recessed into slab bays.

Ŷ Reduces thermal bridges to DIN 4108-2 and EnEV

They transfer positive and negative bending moments and shear forces.

Application

Ŷ Prevents condensation mould growth

IPTD

IPTD

and

Ŷ Corrosion protection thanks to stainless steel Ŷ Quick and inexpensive installation

Recessed baclony

Ŷ Uniform ISOPRO® quality standard thanks to continuous inhouse and third-party monitoring

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ISOPRO® Type IPTD Construction and dimensions

Plan view

LZB

LZD

80

Section Floor side

160 - 250

Balcony side

LQ

LQ

LDB

LDD

80

Element allocations Type

Element length [mm]

Tension bars

Shear bars

Compression bars

IPTD 20

1000

6 Ø 12

2x4Ø8

6 Ø 12

IPTD 30

1000

8 Ø 12

2x4Ø8

8 Ø 12

IPTD 50

1000

8 Ø 14

2x4Ø8

8 Ø 14

IPTD 60

1000

10 Ø 14

2x4Ø8

10 Ø 14

IPTD 70

1000

12 Ø 14

2x4Ø8

12 Ø 14

IPTD 90

1000

14 Ø 14

2x4Ø8

14 Ø 14

Dimensions Type IPTD [length in mm] Type IPTD 20

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Tension bars

Compression bars

Shear bars

LZB

LZD

LDB

LDD

Standard LQ

Q8 LQ

Q10 LQ

590

690

590

690

495

495

615

IPTD 30

590

690

590

690

495

495

615

IPTD 50

710

830

710

830

495

495

615

IPTD 60

710

830

710

830

495

495

615

IPTD 70

710

830

710

830

495

495

615

IPTD 90

710

830

710

830

495

615

740

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ISOPRO® Type IPTD Site reinforcement and installation notes

Balcony

d Upper reinforcement

Section A - A

Floor

ISOPRO® tension bars

ISOPRO® shear bars

d

b Hanger reinforcement

b

a

a

a

a Lower reinforcement

ISOPRO® shear bars

Balcony

Floor

ISOPRO® compression bars

c Spacer bars Ø 8

Installation Ŷ Install the lower reinforcement c for the floor and balcony slabs.

ISOPRO® Type IPTD

Ŷ Install and align ISOPRO® IPTD. Note the direction of installation (arrow marking on the top of the element). Balcony

Floor

Ŷ Insert balcony hanger reinforcement d (see table) and connect to ISOPRO® shear bars. The ISOPRO® shear bars and the bearing reinforcement are at the same height.

c b

Ŷ Install spacer bars e 1 Ø 8 top and bottom respectively. Balcony

Floor

d

Ŷ For indirect support install floor hanger reinforcement d and Ø 8 e spacer bars.

d

Ŷ Insert upper slab f reinforcement. Ŷ When concreting the ISOPRO® elements, both sides should be uniformly poured and compacted to ensure they remain fixed in position. Floor

A

Balcony

d

d

Note: c b

a

a Concrete ≥ 20/25

A

Concrete ≥ 25/30

Analysis of the shear resistance of the slabs without shear reinforcement is performed to DIN EN  19921, Para. 10.3.3. Analysis of the shear resistance of the slabs with shear reinforcement is performed to DIN  EN  1992-1, Para. 10.3.4. The maximum shear force transferable via the joint must be limited to 0.3 · VRd,max.

Site hanger reinforcement Hanger reinforcement as,req [cm²/m] Type

IPTD 20 Q...

IPTD 30 Q...

IPTD 50 Q...

IPTD 60 Q...

IPTD 70 Q...

IPTD 90 Q...

Standard

1.21

1.21

1.21

1.21

1.21

1.21

Q8

2.13

2.13

2.13

2.13

2.13

2.13

Q10

3.10

3.10

3.10

3.10

3.10

3.10

IPTD 20 Q...

IPTD 30 Q...

IPTD 50 Q...

IPTD 60 Q...

IPTD 70 Q...

IPTD 90 Q...

Ø 6/200

Ø 6/200

Ø 6/200

Ø 6/200

Ø 6/200

Ø 6/200

U bars used/recommended Type Standard Q8

Ø 8/200

Ø 8/200

Ø 8/200

Ø 8/200

Ø 8/200

Ø 8/200

Q10

Ø 10/200

Ø 10/200

Ø 10/200

Ø 10/200

Ø 10/200

Ø 10/200

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ISOPRO® Type IPTD Design table for concrete t C20/25 Design values of acceptable moments mRd [kNm/m] Element height [mm] as a function of cv [mm]

Type

30

35

50*

IPTD 20

IPTD 20 Q8

IPTD 20 Q10

IPTD 30

IPTD 30 Q8

IPTD 30 Q10

IPTD 50

IPTD 50 Q8

IPTD 50 Q10

-

160

-

± 13.4

± 11.7

± 18.5

± 16.7

± 26.1

± 24.5

160

-

200

± 14.2

± 12.4

± 19.7

± 17.9

± 27.7

± 26.0

-

170

-

± 15.0

± 13.1

± 11.2

± 20.8

± 18.8

± 17.0

± 29.4

± 27.5

± 25.6

170

-

210

± 15.8

± 13.8

± 11.8

± 21.9

± 19.9

± 17.9

± 31.0

± 29.0

± 27.0

-

180

-

± 16.6

± 14.5

± 12.4

± 23.0

± 20.9

± 18.8

± 32.6

± 30.5

± 28.4

180

-

220

± 17.4

± 15.2

± 13.0

± 24.1

± 21.9

± 19.7

± 34.2

± 32.1

± 29.8

-

190

-

± 18.2

± 15.9

± 13.6

± 25.2

± 23.0

± 20.6

± 35.8

± 33.6

± 31.3

190

-

230

± 19.0

± 16.6

± 14.2

± 26.4

± 24.0

± 21.5

± 37.4

± 35.1

± 32.7

-

200

-

± 19.8

± 17.3

± 14.8

± 27.5

± 25.0

± 22.4

± 39.0

± 36.6

± 34.1

200

-

240

± 20.6

± 18.0

± 15.4

± 28.6

± 26.0

± 23.3

± 40.6

± 38.1

± 35.5

-

210

-

± 21.4

± 18.7

± 16.0

± 29.7

± 27.0

± 24.2

± 42.3

± 39.6

± 36.9

210

-

250

± 22.2

± 19.4

± 16.5

± 30.8

± 28.0

± 25.2

± 43.9

± 41.1

± 38.3

-

220

-

± 23.0

± 20.1

± 17.1

± 31.9

± 29.1

± 26.1

± 45.5

± 42.6

± 39.7

220

-

-

± 23.8

± 20.8

± 17.7

± 33.1

± 30.1

± 27.0

± 47.1

± 44.1

± 41.1

-

230

-

± 24.6

± 21.5

± 18.3

± 34.2

± 31.1

± 27.9

± 48.7

± 45.7

± 42.5

230

-

-

± 25.4

± 22.2

± 18.9

± 35.3

± 32.1

± 28.8

± 50.3

± 47.2

± 43.9

-

240

-

± 26.2

± 22.9

± 19.5

± 36.4

± 33.1

± 29.7

± 51.9

± 48.7

± 45.3

240

-

-

± 27.0

± 23.6

± 20.1

± 37.5

± 34.1

± 30.6

± 53.6

± 50.2

± 46.7

-

250

-

± 27.9

± 24.4

± 20.7

± 38.6

± 35.1

± 31.5

± 55.2

± 51.7

± 48.1

250

-

-

± 28.7

± 25.1

± 21.3

± 39.8

± 36.2

± 32.5

± 56.8

± 53.2

± 49.5

* Minimum slab thickness h ≥ 200 mm

Design values of acceptable shear forces vRd [kN/m]

h = 160-250

IPTD 20

IPTD 20 Q8

IPTD 20 Q10

IPTD 30

IPTD 30 Q8

IPTD 30 Q10

IPTD 50

IPTD 50 Q8

IPTD 50 Q10

± 52.5

± 92.6

± 134.6

± 52.5

± 92.6

± 134.6

± 52.5

± 92.6

± 134.6

ISOPRO® IPTD elements with 50 mm concrete cover have a lever arm reduced by 40 mm and a correspondingly reduced moment mRd.

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ISOPRO® Type IPTD Design table for concrete t C20/25 Design values of acceptable moments mRd [kNm/m] Element height [mm] as a function of cv [mm]

Type

30

35

50*

IPTD 60

IPTD 60 Q8

IPTD 60 Q10

IPTD 70

IPTD 70 Q8

IPTD 70 Q10

IPTD 90

IPTD 90 Q8

IPTD 90 Q10

-

160

-

± 33.2

± 31.2

± 40.3

± 38.6

± 47.3

± 45.7

160

-

200

± 35.2

± 33.5

± 42.7

± 41.0

± 50.2

± 48.5

-

170

-

± 37.3

± 35.45

± 33.6

± 45.2

± 43.4

± 41.5

± 53.2

± 51.3

± 49.4

170

-

210

± 39.3

± 37.4

± 35.4

± 47.7

± 45.8

± 43.8

± 56.1

± 54.1

± 52.1

-

180

-

± 41.4

± 39.3

± 37.2

± 50.2

± 48.2

± 46.0

± 59.0

± 57.0

± 54.9

180

-

220

± 43.4

± 41.3

± 39.1

± 52.7

± 50.5

± 48.3

± 61.9

± 59.8

± 57.6

-

190

-

± 45.5

± 43.2

± 40.9

± 55.2

± 52.9

± 50.6

± 64.8

± 62.6

± 60.3

190

-

230

± 47.5

± 45.2

± 42.8

± 57.7

± 55.3

± 52.9

± 67.8

± 65.4

± 63.0

-

200

-

± 49.6

± 47.1

± 44.6

± 60.1

± 57.7

± 55.2

± 70.7

± 68.2

± 65.7

200

-

240

± 51.6

± 49.1

± 46.5

± 62.6

± 60.1

± 57.4

± 73.6

± 71.1

± 68.4

-

210

-

± 53.7

± 51.0

± 48.3

± 65.1

± 62.5

± 59.7

± 76.5

± 73.9

± 71.1

210

-

250

± 55.7

± 53.0

± 50.1

± 67.6

± 64.8

± 62.0

± 79.5

± 76.7

± 73.9

-

220

-

± 57.8

± 54.9

± 52.0

± 70.1

± 67.2

± 64.3

± 82.4

± 79.5

± 76.6

220

-

-

± 59.8

± 56.9

± 53.8

± 72.6

± 69.6

± 66.6

± 85.3

± 82.3

± 79.3

-

230

-

± 61.9

± 58.8

± 55.7

± 75.0

± 72.0

± 68.8

± 88.2

± 85.2

± 82.0

230

-

-

± 63.9

± 60.8

± 57.5

± 77.5

± 74.4

± 71.1

± 91.1

± 88.0

± 84.7

-

240

-

± 65.5

± 62.7

± 59.4

± 80.0

± 76.8

± 73.4

± 94.1

± 90.8

± 87.4

240

-

-

± 68.0

± 64.7

± 61.2

± 82.5

± 79.1

± 75.7

± 97.0

± 93.6

± 90.2

-

250

-

± 70.1

± 66.6

± 63.1

± 85.0

± 81.5

± 78.0

± 99.9

± 96.4

± 92.9

250

-

-

± 72.1

±68.6

± 64.9

± 87.5

± 83.9

± 80.2

± 102.8

± 99.3

± 95.6

* Minimum slab thickness h ≥ 200 mm

Design values of acceptable shear forces vRd [kN/m]

h = 160-250

IPTD 60

IPTD 60 Q8

IPTD 60 Q10

IPTD 70

IPTD 70 Q8

IPTD 70 Q10

IPTD 90

IPTD 90 Q8

IPTD 90 Q10

± 52.5

± 92.6

± 134.6

± 52.5

± 92.6

± 134.6

± 52.5

± 92.6

± 134.6

ISOPRO® IPTD elements with 50 mm concrete cover have a lever arm reduced by 40 mm and a correspondingly reduced moment mRd.

Used with elements wit 2 layers, for example (internal and external corners).

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ISOPRO® Type IPA, IPO, IPF Introduction

The product

Advantages

Application

The ISOPRO® Typ IPA, IPO and IPF elements are thermally insulating and load bearing connecting elements for parapet walls, reinforced concrete brackets and balustrades on the floor slab.

Ŷ Reduces thermal bridges to DIN 4108-2 and EnEV

They are used where appropriate.

Ŷ Quick and inexpensive installation

Ŷ Prevents condensation and mould growth Ŷ Corrosion protection thanks to stainless steel

Ŷ Uniform ISOPRO® quality standard thanks to continuous in-house and third-party monitoring

Parapet wall on floor slab

Bracket on floor slab

Balustrade on floor slab

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ISOPRO® Type IPA Construction and design values ISOPRO® Type IPA for parapet walls on floor slabs Dimensions: ≥ 160

Element length:

350 mm

Parapet wall thickness:

160-240 mm

Element height:

≥ 160 mm

Insulation element thickness:

380

Reinforcement: Tension bars:

3Ø8

Compression bars:

3Ø8

130

≥ 160

60

Shear bars:

2x2Ø6

Design values for NRd = 0 MRd:

2.9 kNm/element

VRd:

±12.7 kN/element

Section

MEd

MR

d

[kN

m]

VEd NEd Design axis

NRd [kN]

Analysis model – structural system

59

60

60

59

Interaction diagram

56

34

160

34

56

350

Plan

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ISOPRO® Type IPA Site reinforcement and installation notes

ISOPRO® Type IPA

U bars 3 Ø 8/150 mm Provided

b Edging to DIN

b a

e Parapet wall reinforcement

c Upper reinforcement

f Structural U bars

e Parapet wall reinforcement

d Spacer bars Ø 8

a Lower reinforcement Floor

Floor

Installation Ŷ Install floor reinforcement c including edging d. d

c

Ŷ Install ISOPRO® elements Type IPA. Centres in line with structural requirements. Concrete ≥ 20/25

Floor

e

Ŷ Install upper floor reinforcement e and spacer bars Ø 8 f and connect to the ISOPRO® element reinforcement.

Concrete ≥ 25/30

e

f

Ŷ Install the 3 Ø 8/150 mm U bars provided and connect to existing reinforcement.

Floor

Ŷ Pour floor slab. Ensure that no movement can occur.

f

d

Ŷ Install the site insulation between the ISOPRO® elements.

c

b a

Ŷ Install parapet wall reinforcement g and edging h and wire to the ISOPRO® elements.

Concrete ≥ 20/25

Floor

Floor

Expansion joint centres

Element centres

Expansion joint centres: e t 7.80 m around corners: Site insulation

≥ 80

e/2 t 3.50 m

Type IPA ≥ 160

Type IPA

350 e = element centres

The parapet wall is analysed as a continuous beam. e = structurally required element centres

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ISOPRO® Type IPF Construction and design values ISOPRO® Type IPF for balustrades on the end faces of floor slabs Dimensions: ≥ 130

Element length:

350 mm

Element height:

≥ 160 mm

Insulation element thickness:

60 mm

≥ 160

340

60

420

Reinforcement: Tension bars:

3Ø6

Compression bars:

3Ø6

Shear bars:

2Ø6

100

Design values for NRd = 0 MRd:

± 1.5 kNm/element

VRd:

+ 12.7 kN/element

Section

MEd ]

VRd = 12.7 kN

[k

Nm

NEd M

Rd

VEd Design axis

VRd MRd NRd [kN]

Analysis model – structural system

59

60

60

59

56

33

160

33

56

Interaction diagram

350

Plan

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ISOPRO® Type IPF c Upper reinforcement ISOPRO® Type IPF

b

b Edging to DIN

a Floor

Floor

c

Concrete ≥ 20/25

Floor

Floor

a Lower reinforcement

e Balustrade reinforcement

Site reinforcement and installation notes

Installation Ŷ Install floor reinforcement c and edging d. Ŷ Install ISOPRO® elements Type IPF. Centres in line with structural requirements.

d

d

Concrete ≥ 25/30

Concrete ≥ 20/25

b

c a

Floor

Floor

Ŷ Install upper floor reinforcement e and connect to the ISOPRO® element reinforcement. Ŷ Install the site insulation between the ISOPRO® elements. Ŷ Pour floor slab. Ensure that no movement can occur. Ŷ Install balustrade reinforcement f and wire to the ISOPRO® elements.

Element centres

Expansion joint centres

60 ≥ 130

Type IPF

Type IPF

Expansion joint centres: e t 7.80 m around corners: e/2 t 3.50 m

Balustrade Site insulation ≥ 80

350 e = element centres

The balustrade is analysed as a continuous beam. e = structurally required element centres

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ISOPRO® Type IPO Construction and design values ISOPRO® Type IPF for reinforced concrete brackets on floor slabs Dimensions: ≥ 150

60

Element length:

350 mm

Element height:

from 180 mm

Insulation element thickness:

60 mm

Reinforcement:

Sliding membrane

≥ 180

Reinforced concrete bracket Soft board

Tension bars:

3 Ø 6 mm

Pressure pad:

2 pieces

Shear bars:

2 Ø 10 mm

Design values for HEd = 0 PRd:

17.1 kN/element

Max. HRd:

18.4 kN/element

Section

2/3 lK +PRd +HEd

lK Analysis model – structural system 725 60

350

130

Plan

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Interaction diagram


ISOPRO® Type IPO ISOPRO® Type IPO

a Floor

c Upper reinforcement

b Edging to DIN a Lower reinforcement

c

3 Ø 6/element

Floor

d Closed stirrup

b

e Bar steel in line with structural ana

Site reinforcement and installation notes

e d

Floor

Floor

Installation Ŷ Install floor reinforcement c and edging d. Concrete ≥ 20/25

Concrete ≥ 25/30

Floor

Concrete ≥ 25/30

e

Concrete ≥ 20/25

d

c

b a

Floor

Ŷ Install ISOPRO® elements Type IPO. Centres in line with structural requirements. Ŷ Install upper floor reinforcement e and connect to the ISOPRO® element reinforcement. Ŷ Install the site insulation between the ISOPRO® elements. Ŷ Install bracket reinforcement f and edging g and connect to the ISOPRO® elements. Floor edge beams are designed as continuous beams. Ŷ Pour brackets and floor slab together if possible. Ensure that no movement can occur.

Element centres

Expansion joint centres

Type IPO

Type IPO

Expansion joint centres: e t 7.80 m around corners: e/2 t 3.50 m

Reinforced concrete beam Site insulation ≥ 80

350 e = element centres

The bracket is analysed as a continuous beam. e = structurally required element centres

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ISOPRO® Type IPW, IPS Introduction ISOPRO® elements for vertical slabs and brackets

The product ®

The ISOPRO Type IPW and IPS elements are thermally insulating and load bearing connecting elements for vertical wall slabs or brackets. Depending on type they transfer both positive and negative shear forces, as well as bending moments, and vertical and horizontal shear forces.

Advantages

Application

Ŷ Reduces thermal bridges to DIN 4108-2 and EnEV

The ISOPRO® Type IPS elements are suitable for connecting cantilever brackets or beams. The ISOPRO® Type IPW elements are suitable for connecting storey-high wall slabs.

Ŷ Prevents condensation and mould growth Ŷ Corrosion protection thanks to stainless steel Ŷ Quick and inexpensive installation Ŷ Uniform ISOPRO® quality standard thanks to continuous in-house and third-party monitoring

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ISOPRO® Type IPS Construction and design values

Section Balcony slab

Floor slab

BSt 500 no. material no. 1.4571

Bracket

BSt 500 no. material no. 1.4571

Wall

Type IPS dimensions Compression bars

ZL [mm]

QL [mm]

DL [mm]

IPS 1

614

495

360

IPS 2

705

615

431

IPS 3

833

740

502

IPS 4

887

740

502

Type

Tension bars

100

56

Shear bars

288

Tension bars

Shear bars

56

Compression bar

Other designs and dimensions are available on request. Anchor lengths are determined using com-

posite zone I. However, the rebars can also be designed for composite zone II if required.

Element allocations Type

IPS 1

IPS 2

IPS 3

IPS 4

220

220

220

220

2 Ø 12

2 Ø 14

2 Ø 16

4 Ø 16

Shear bars

2Ø8

2 Ø 10

2 Ø 12

2 Ø 12

Compression bars

3 Ø 12

3 Ø 14

3 Ø 16

6 Ø 16

Element width [mm] Tension bars

Design table for concrete t C20/25 IPS 1 Element height [mm]

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IPS 2

IPS 3

IPS 4

MRd [kNm]

VRd [kN]

MRd [kNm]

VRd [kN]

MRd [kNm]

VRd [kN]

MRd [kNm]

VRd [kN]

300

13.6

21.3

18.3

33.3

24.0

46.4

38.5

64.7

350

17.2

21.3

23.2

33.3

30.4

46.4

52.6

64.7

400

20.8

21.3

28.1

33.3

36.8

46.4

66.8

64.7

600

35.3

21.3

47.6

33.3

62.3

46.4

123.4

64.7

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ISOPRO® Type IPS Site reinforcement and installation notes

Concrete

Hanger reinforcement

Closed stirrup

Concrete

Edging

Wall slab reinforcement in line with structural

Installation notes Ŷ Install wall slab reinforcement f (in line with structural requirements).

Tension bars

Ŷ Install ISOPRO® element Type IPS and connect to wall f reinforcement. Shear reinforcement in overlap zone in accordance with DIN EN 1992-1. Ŷ Install and connect balcony reinforcement c and d according to structural engineer's instructions. Item d Edging to DIN EN 1992-1. Item. c Implement as closed stirrup for shear stability.

Shear bars Compression bars

Ŷ When pouring concrete both sides should be uniformly poured and compacted. Ŷ Extra beam formwork height according to structural engineer's instructions.

Expansion joint centres

Element configuration

Type b

Site insulation

Type IPS

80

Type IPS

Wall slab

Floor slab Wall slab

Joint centre e [m]

b

IPS 1

11.3

IPS 2

10.1

IPS 3

9.2

IPS 4

8.0

Balcony slab

The maximum arm length around corners is e/2.

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ISOPRO® Type IPW Construction and design values Section Type IPW dimensions Floor slab

Balcony slab

250

Uppersection b/h/t in mm 150-250/250/80

h = 1.50 - 3.50 m

Shear bars

Compression bars

ZL [mm]

QL [mm]

DL [mm]

IPW 1

600

423

270

IPW 2

790

563

335

IPW 3

980

653

410

IPW 4

1170

783

470

Type

Shear bar, horizontal

QL

QL

Lowersection b/h/t in mm 150-250/1250/80

Element width:

b = 150 – 250 mm

Element height:

h = 1.50 – 3.50 m

Insulation thickness: t = 80 mm

Moments from wind loads are transferred by the bracing effect of the balcony slabs. MRdz = 0 Overlapping lengths are determined using composite zone II. If required, the anchorage lengths can also be dimensioned for composite zone I. Designs and dimensions deviating from the standard elements are available on request.

1250

Lowersection

Tension bars

ZL

80

322

Centre section

Uppersection

ZL

Shear bar, horizontal

322

W all, inner

W all, outer

322

DL

DL

80

Balcony slab

Floor slab

Element allocations Type

IPW 1

IPW 2

IPW 3

IPW 4

Element height [m]

t1.50

t1.50

t1.50

t1.50

Tension bars

2 Ø 12

2 Ø 12

4 Ø 12

4 Ø 12

Shear bars Qz

6Ø6

10 Ø 6

8Ø8

10 Ø 8

Shear bars Qy

2x2Ø6

2x2Ø6

2x2Ø6

2x2Ø6

4 Ø 12

4 Ø 12

6 Ø 12

6 Ø 14

Compression bars

Design table for concrete ≥ C20/25 MRdy [kNm] Type IPW 1

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Height ≥ 1.50 m

Height ≥ 1.75 m

Height ≥ 2.00 m

Height ≥ 2.25 m

Height ≥ 2.50 m

Height ≥ 2.75 m

Height ≥ 3.00 m

VRdz [kN]

VRdz [kN]

62.3

73.7

85.2

96.6

108.0

119.4

130.9

36.0

± 10.9

IPW 2

79.8

94.5

109.1

123.7

138.4

153.0

167.6

63.5

± 10.9

IPW 3

115.2

137.1

159.1

181.0

202.9

224.9

246.8

99.5

± 10.9

IPW 4

153.8

183.0

212.3

241.6

270.9

300.2

329.4

143.9

± 10.9

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ISOPRO® Type IPW Site reinforcement and installation notes

Balcony slab

Concrete ≥ 25/30

e Connecting reinforcement

f Connecting reinforcement

as per structural analysis

as per structural analysis

Rein fo

rcem ent

Ŷ Starting at the bottom, install the individual ISOPRO® elements Type IPW and connect to the wall d reinforcement.

d

b

W all, outer

Bar steel min. 2 Ø 8

Ŷ Install internal wall reinforcement d according to the structural engineer's instructions. Ŷ Install structural edging e (U bars) internally.

l ma t

d Bar steel min. 2 Ø 8

c

stee

U bars as structural edging

Installation notes

Floor slab

Concrete ≥ 20/25

a

Rein

forc

em

ent

stee

l ma t

Wall, inner

Ŷ Install the inner vertical spacer bars f and connecting reinforcement h and connect.

U bars as

c structural edging

Ŷ Install the outer wall reinforcement c, structural edging e, vertical spacer bars f and connecting reinforcement g according to the structural engineer's instructions and connect to the ISOPRO® elements. Ŷ Particular care should be taken when concreting to ensure the elements remain in position. Ŷ We recommend uniformly pouring and compacting both wall slabs

Balcony slab

Floor slab

Reinforcement steel mats

c

U bars

c

d

U bars

Reinforcement steel mats b

Bar steel min. 2 Ø 8

Analysis model - structural system VRdz

VRdy

MRdy

b

b

Floor slab Type IPW

Type IPW Site insulation

80

MRdz

Element configuration

Wall slab

a

Bar steel min. 2 Ø 8

Wall slab

d

x Balcony slab

y z

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ISOPRO® Tendering ISOPRO® thermal insulation elements by H-BAU Technik GmbH Structural and thermally insulating connecting element between concrete components to reduce thermal bridges to DIN 4108-2 and EnEV energy saving regulations.

.......... m

ISOPRO® Type IP .....

cv = ...... mm

h = ...... mm

.......... m

ISOPRO® Type IPT .....

cv = ...... mm

h = ...... mm

.......... m

ISOPRO Type IPQ ..... cv = ...... mm

h = ...... mm

.......... pcs

ISOPRO® Type IPQS ..... cv = ...... mm

h = ...... mm

.......... m

ISOPRO® Type IPQQ ..... cv = ...... mm

h = ...... mm

.......... pcs

ISOPRO® Type IPQQS .....

.......... pcs

ISOPRO® Type .....

®

cv = ...... mm

cv = ...... mm

h = ...... mm

h = ...... mm

Custom made using the following description: .......................................................................................................................................................

.........

..............................................................................................................................................

ISOPRO® Elements for thermal isolation of concrete from floor slab item. ..... ceiling slab item. ..... ........................................................ and balcony slab item. ...... loggia slab item. ...... cantilever slab item. ..... ........................................................

ISOPRO® elements in F90 fire resistance rating

The elements are connected to the reinforcement of item. ..... and item. .....

Supply and install ISOPRO® elements according to the instructions of the manufacturer H-BAU Technik GmbH.

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