Non-adjustable plots are 10 and 15mm high. Can be fitted to each other to reach the height wanted.
Compatible with pads and adjustable plots. Can be fitted to the head to reach the height wanted.
Resistance over 6,000 Kg.
Adjustable plots between 37 and 580mm. Available in different inclination and with different heads; for tiles, strip laying, without flanges...
Can be complemented with different accessories for higher inclination, sound absorption, plot blocking to avoid movements, etc.
Resistance over 1,500kg. Resistant to weather, solvents and acids.
These wedge-shaped discs allow us to adjust inclination at the base of the plot easily and quickly.
Several regulators can be coupled to obtain the currents wanted and turn them individually to orientate inclination and percentage of unevenness.
With each regulator we can obtain maximum unevenness of 1.5%.
With each regulator the plot is lifted by 3 mm.
The locknut blocks the plot to avoid being loosen over time due to vibrations or adverse weather conditions.
Pad for plots
This pad offers sound insulation and slipping resistance. Can be cut into pieces through the existing pre-fractures to chock. 2.5 mm thick. Made of elastomer material.
Plots for raised floors
Peygran plots for external use are a solution for projects in which floating,technical, raised or registrable floors are needed.
The only alternative to traditional construction methods in this type of projects in order to reduce weight and avoid architectural barriers.
Allows for high quality finish, saving work and making further maintenance easier.
How to use
2. Level the tile
Level the tile on the plots. Adjust the plots with the floating nut until reaching the wanted height and complete leveling.
1. Place first plots
Place 4 plots adjusted to the tile width. Start by a corner of the perimeter to install. Break the plot flanges that hamper the appropriate tile installation.
4. Fix the plot
Tighten the locknut for fixing the plot. We recommend fixing the base with polyurethane foam or similar. In this way, unwanted movements are avoided. We also recommend using the pad to damper sound.
3. Compensate unevenness with a complement
To obtain a completely leveled surface you can use a slope regulator to compensate the floor unevenness.
5. Continue laying the tiles
Continue laying the tiles with the same procedure.
6. Registrable flooring
Finally, we obtain a completely registrable surface which allows us to access lower installations such as electrical wiring, sump, piping, etc.