Mechanised system for the laying of foundations and screeds

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Peron s.r.l.
Via G. Leopardi, 51
36073 - Cornedo Vicentino (VI)
telefono/fax 0445 430539
cellulare 335 5665333
email info@peronsrl.com
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Introduction
 
Peron ltd was formed in 2002, based on the thirty years of experience in the field of Mr. Luciano Peron, from whom we inherited both know how and patents, with highly specialised equipment for the laying of foundations and screeds.
Our equipment is assembled onto work equipment and provides a practical solution for requirements for high standard rapid and precise interventions.
Our objective is to offer clients substantial advantages such as reduced costs, cleaning while works are ongoing, complete autonomy and safety for the final product.
     
Mechanised system for the laying of foundations Equipment allows the laying of traditional foundations in light weight cellular cement or with polystyrene with one simple movement.
When the machine is started up, the operator will insert the required quantities of cement, water and foaming agent (and polystyrene where necessary) into the computer, which will process the data and proceed automatically with the mixing, keeping set parameters unchanged.
Operator presence is only required during this phase and during final cleaning, during spraying operators can start and stop the machine where needed with a remote control device. This type of equipment allows the production of around 120/160 mc a day of lightweight foundations.
   
   
Material design The lightweight cellular cement foundation with/without polystyrene consists of cement, liquid additive and water (and polystyrene) and is used as an intermediate layer between the floor and final screed for creating thicknesses with low static load (400 kg /m³) to increase thermal isolation and give excellent resistance to compression up to 10 kg/cm². The mixture is obtained by mixing the cement grout with.
   
   
   
Mechanised system for laying self levelling screed This equipment allows the production of premixed self levelling screed for the preparation of foundations for successive laying of ceramic flooring, carpeting, wood and linoleum for habitations or tertiary constructions, and perfect for covering underfloor heating. Our equipment is completely independent and only requires the addition of water on the building site where the transported inert material is to be mixed and pumped directly onto the floors.
This equipment provides quick processing, which allows the production of up to 500 m² of screed a day without dispersion of surplus material.
   
 
   
Material design This screed is particularly suitable for housing, schools, gymnasiums, offices, storage areas and generally speaking large internal surfaces for tertiary and housing constructions.
Its levelness renders it suitable for successive adhesion of any type of flooring after a sheet of polythylene or similar humidity barrier and sponge perimeter have been laid for compression against t.
   
   
 



Mechanised system for laying traditional screeds This equipment allows the creation of traditional screeds for flooring and the formation of slopes on terraces and covers.
Laying is extremely simple and rapid: this innovative equipment can transport materials for use and allows work even in particularly difficult locations, city centres and restructuring where externals have already been finished or where they cannot be reached by traditional equipment without offloading surplus material in the building yard.
The supply and laying of screed, dry premixed with special binding agents and specially selected inert materials allow greater resistance to compression and reduced work times compared to traditional products.
The machine pumps the product with the pressure mixer provided directly onto the floor with automatic equipment controlled by a computerised system to regulate the mixture.
   
 
   
Material design This is a traditional type sand and cement screed for civil use, with thicknesses of between 4 and 12 cm. When completely dry, any type of flooring may be applied: ceramic tiles, wood, carpeting etc. The screed is laid up to but not touching the walls, spread out and levelled using screed board and trowel according to the usual methods for laying traditional screed. Before laying out we recommend a polythylene sheet or similar humidity barrier be laid between the floor and rooms should be aired before starting to avoid stagnation of humidity and to prevent the slowing down of the drying out process.