Constructive Joints / Armored Joints

A constructive joint is a steel element placed between two casting segments which creates a gap between them. The joint is made of 2 steel profiles attached by a dowel plate facilitating a more efficient load transfer.

Main applications:

  • Slabs on ground floors
  • Jointless floors

  • Super flat floors

  • Parking areas

  • Machinery foundations

Joints definition:

Joint Application Advantages
Alpha joint Industrial flooring, logistical centers Savings in costs, transfer of high loads
Diamond dowel Flooring of commercial centers, parking spaces Also used for casting and joints. Low-cost, dynamic load transfer
Sinus joint Heavy-duty flooring and floors with heavy-duty vehicle traffic Decrease maintenance and operating costs, transfer of heavy loads, extends the service life of the floor

Other Applications

  • Steel fibers for industrial floors, sprayed concrete and tunnels

    Concrete reinforcement by adding steel fibers to sprayed concrete in tunnels precludes the need to use expensive molds and complex castings, thus allowing saving of expensive resources.


  • Polymer fibers for concrete

    Polymer fibers for concrete for industrial flooring, prefabricated elemnts in tunnels and cracks reduction.


  • Dry-shake topping / Floor hardeners

    Floor hardeners are supplied in different mixtures, according to floor specification.


  • Additional products for concrete floor

    Geotextile and membranes for concrete curing, expand additive for cement. impregation material against liquid and dust penetration, sealand and crack filling materials.