We stock 4 standard lengths of concrete floor beams
Available in the following lengths: 3m, 3.6m, 4.2m and 4.8m
These lengths will cover the majority of requirements for small projects such as house extensions and offer a quick, simple and cost-effective option for customers that don’t need full technical drawings or already have them.
Why ask customers to wait for a bespoke solution when you can provide standard products from stock that will suit most requirements?
|Product Code||Size (mm)|
|N13||92 x 150 x 3000|
|N136||92 x 150 x 3600|
|N142||92 x 150 x 4200|
|T348||127 x 150 x 4800|
|CUSTOM||Additional lengths and sections available on request|
Beam & block concrete flooring systems
Beam & block suspended flooring systems are cost effective, easy to install and can be laid in all weathers. They can be used for both ground and upper floor levels in domestic and industrial buildings and only minimal levels of excavation are required.
Inverted prestressed ‘T’ shaped concrete beams are laid down with standard concrete blocks between them providing an immediate working platform –beam & block floors provide good sound and thermal insulation and eliminate any problems caused by ground movement or sloped land. In comparison to timber beams, they offer a longer span and are also maintenance free – unaffected by cold and wet weather. They are also draughtproof, damp proof and fire resistant.
Smooth wet-cast finish
Allen concrete’s beams are made from a precision steel mould using pre-stressed steel wires covered in a bespoke concrete design to give a high quality product, this process enables us to have a superior finish to other suppliers known as Wet-Cast finish or A-Grade.
Wet-cast beams are more operative friendly than extruded beams. With the smooth wet-cast finish, no further work is required on the product.
CE Mark accreditation
CE Mark accreditation British standard EN 15037-1:2005. You can be assured of receiving consistently high-quality precast concrete products manufactured to meet with current construction and installation best practices.