Thermoforms are the basis of LSTC. They are made of high-alloyed galvanized steel by special technology. The design features of this product make it to be one of the best solutions for the construction of warm and fast-moving frame and enclosure structures.
The main advantage of thermal prophylaxis LSTC is their ability to keep heat in the room. Compared to standard steel structures, the thermal conductivity of the room is reduced by 90%.
This result is achieved thanks to the special perforation of the profile wall, which allows a significant increase in the heat flow path. This feature solves the so-called "cold bridges" problem, which in the construction process develops throughout the cross section of a standard steel structure.
This thermoprofile and the peculiarity of structures based on it allows to significantly reduce heat losses, reduce costs by operating buildings and loads on city networks. Thermoprofile is successfully used in economic constructions even in the Far North.
The guiding LSTC profile is a horizontally orientated beam of galvanized steel with 8 perforation rows.
The guiding profile is used as a vertical profile fastener in carcasses of various "warm" buildings (private house frames, load bearing and enclosing wall panels, etc.).
The C-shaped pillar, flattened LSTC thermoprofile is a vertically oriented pole made of galvanized steel with 8 perforation rows.
The CC-type-pillars are used as bearings for frameworks of various uses in "warm" structures (private carcasses, load-bearing and enclosing wall panels, beam frames, etc.).
The construction of any building from thermoprofil LSTC is carried out in several stages:
Engineers-designers make a project through the special program TEKLA, immediately sending it to the production line.
The set of elements is produced separately for each project with modern high-tech equipment, which allows:
In this way a complete set of LSTC thermoprofile is made for mounting.
Element assembly can be carried out in the production area or on the construction site.
All frame elements are assembled with screws, without welding aid. Next, the carcasses are insulated (if a warm building is being built) and covered with finishes.