Apatent application was made in 1981 for the earth shattering invention of "the original – LUX ELEMENTS® hard foam support ELEMENT".
The construction panel for walls and floors LUX ELEMENTS®-ELEMENT
The installation cladding LUX ELEMENTS®-TEC
Bath surrounds LUX ELEMENTS®-TOP
The washstands LUX ELEMENTS®-LAVADO
Point drainage LUX ELEMENTS TUB®
Linear drainage LUX ELEMENTS TUB-LINE®
Further areas of application LUX ELEMENTS TUB®
Individual relaxation and distraction LUX ELEMENTS®-RELAX
Prefabricated room constructions LUX ELEMENTS®-MODUL
The decorative elements LUX ELEMENTS®-DECO
Individual room constructions LUX ELEMENTS®-CONCEPT
The tried and tested accessories are fully harmonised for processing ELEMENT. Specially developed adhesives and mortars, sealing tapes, mounting angles and plugs ensure problem-free processing.
Fastening sets and dowels / Technical accessories LUX ELEMENTS®-FIX
Adhesives LUX ELEMENTS COL®
Sealing filler and sealing tapes LUX ELEMENTS®-DRY
Reinforce LUX ELEMENTS ARM®
Mounting aids LUX ELEMENTS MONT®
LUX ELEMENTS®-...-PLUS Individual, special manufacture for each product group
In addition to standard products, also individually tailored and specially manufactured products are available for the products groups listed under the designation ‘PLUS‘.
Sizes, shapes, thicknesses etc., that deviate from standard features can be inquired from LUX ELEMENTS. After successful verification of implementation possibility at LUX ELEMENTS an appropriate offer will be prepared. Once an order is placed, it will be manufactured and delivered accordingly.
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LUX ELEMENTS®-FOAM is a very high-quality, blue coloured, expanded polystyrene hard foam with high density that is produced using an environment-friendly technique without CFC, HCFC, HFC or a CO2 foaming agent. LUX ELEMENTS®-FOAM is the most important basic product for LUX ELEMENTS® hard foam support elements.
As opposed to panels containing wood or gypsum, the core of hard foam elements consists of humidity-resistant polystyrene. The manufacturing process differs here between extruded (XPS) and expanded (EPS) polystyrene. While XPS is mainly foamed with CO2, EPS is the most environmentally-friendly material, as it is produced without the foaming agents CFC, HCFC, HFC or CO2. This hard foam is then coated on both sides with a special mortar coating, thus forming an ideal mineral subsurface for usual covering materials used in damp rooms, such as tiles. For increased rigidity values a glass-fibre fabric is additionally embedded in the mortar coating.
Hard foam support elements have been available on the market for almost 25 years, and this material is extremely popular in the tiling industry. First intended as a “simple“ partition element and building plate, it soon developed into a designing multi-talent. In particular, the most versatile shapes can be directly cut from large-volume blocks of expanded foam. For example, a snail shower or circular shower can thus be created from few segments, which must then only be assembled, glued and reinforced at the element joints on site.
■ design variety
1) The thickness value covers the hard foam core including the laminated glass-fibre fabric and the coating mortar layer.
Table version 06/2006
LUX ELEMENTS® -FOAM does not provide a breeding ground for micro-organisms. It does not go rotten or mouldy. FOAM is neither harmful to the environment nor hazardous to water.
The safety of FOAM for both indoor and outdoor applications is made most obvious by the fact that the same raw-material is used to make food packaging. See the German Health Ministry's Recommendation V "Polystyrene" here.
Detailed information on individual products can be obtained from test certificates and datasheets.
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