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PostPosted: 30 Nov 2010 5:07 
I will climb a wall 7 meters long and 2.30 m high chipboard from 10 in the basement. This partition will have a stall with two 45 degree angles. How to cross agglos this place? Should I mount the intermediate pillars given length? The top of the wall will come under the yoke holding the plastic warped slab of the house, how can I hang?
Thanks in advance for your advice and experiences

PostPosted: 30 Nov 2010 5:32 

you say that your partition will be 7 feet long
in the 7 m will be including your two angles 45 °
so you may not have had to make the pillars of reinforcements on your right parts.

for terms of angles, you stop your blocks at the corner (10 cm before) without crossing. once your finished wall, you install formwork planks on each side having previously scrapped a vacuum and you pouring concrete into it.

you what is the top must cut the polystyrene slab hatched to go hang on warped concrete

PostPosted: 30 Nov 2010 6:23 
But why climb that wall and not in AGLO tile plaster or concrete cell?

PostPosted: 30 Nov 2010 8:31 
Cette réponse a aidé l'auteur du sujet.
The wall that you mount being inside, placed on a slab, you do not need reinforcing pillar. On 45 ° angles, you put a whole chipboard, right angle, for example. Left side, the chipboard is on the side of the previous, forming the angle. In the second row, you reverse. That is, the left side of the chipboard corner just right of overlap that of the first row. By placing the mortar on the front row, you plug the gap between the two agglos forming the angle of the first. Think, every row, working the angles, before the right side of the wall. You go from every angle with breeze block and make the join at any point in the wall, with a cut chipboard. (It rarely falls just) In each row, be sure to stagger the joints, is what will the strength of the book. For the connector ceiling, when the wall is finished, place a board of housing, on only one side of the wall and fill the space from the other side. If the height is too great to catch up, you also place a plank formwork side of the wall where you work, but not to the ceiling. You fill the formwork with concrete. Once the concrete is dry, you remove the plank side job and act as indicated above, to finish butcher mortar.
I tried to be clear, good luck
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