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Hambro - Concrete Floor Systems

Hambro designs, fabricates and sells a concrete floor system designed primarily for the multi-family housing and commercial construction markets.

Hambro’s concrete floor system fits perfectly with a variety of wall types: Masonry, steel frame, metal stud, pre-cast walls, ICF blocks and wood walls.

Hambro D500

The D500 system combines Hambro composite steel joists with a poured concrete slab, using the bottom chord of the joist as a tension member with the top chord performing as a compression member, then as a shear connector after the pour.

  • Steel/concrete composition ensures a solid and cost-effective floor construction
  • Fire-resistance rating of 3 hours
  • Compatible with all types of building structures

Hambro D510

D510 is a cold-formed mini-beam section combined with a poured concrete slab. The bottom chord of the Hambro joist acts as a tension member with the top chord performing as a compression member, then as a shear connector after the pour.

  • Economical, using less steel and concrete
  • Ideal for short spans

Hambro MD2000

The MD2000 floor system combines Hambro composite steel joists with a poured concrete slab as usual, with the pour over metal deck. The bottom chord of the Hambro joist acts as a tension member with the top chord performing as a compression member, then as a shear connector after the pour.

  • Ideal in areas heavy in steel trades
  • Composite design/rigidity; excellent for concrete slab construction

Hambro Girder

Developed for the multi-residential and commercial markets, the Hambro girder acts as a principal beam supporting the Hambro joists which are installed perpendicular at regular intervals on each side. The advantage of the new composite girder is that it offers greater spans than the conventional steel girder while maintaining a minimum depth to adapt to the Hambro joists.

 
 

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