Lay your dry floor yourself

Install a dry floor

By using dry products in combination with the Staenis grid, I can cover my floor easily and immediately with an OSB (or Durelis) and finish it with a floor covering such as laminate, multilayer parquet, etc. so that my floor construction becomes reusable/circular/environmentally friendly and so that I can help protect the climate.

The Staenis grid serves as an easily adjustable wooden grid and is ideal for the attic. You can fill the grid with load-bearing fillers such as recycled cellular concrete granules or non-load-bearing fillers (provided the grid is reinforced) such as rock wool insulation, lime-hemp or without filler .

By combining the Staenis grid with recycled cellular concrete granules and OSB, you save expensive plaster fibre boards (25 euros/m²) and expensive levelling granules (20 euros/50L).

You can screw the OSB or Durelis into the slats of the Staenis grid. Insulating, sound and fire-resistant floor construction, depending on the filler and cladding used.

30 kg fewer CO² emissions per m² = 10 x fewer CO² emissions compared to screed

Blogs (manuals)

Possible dry floors

Bearing Dry Fillers 1

Bearing fillers 1

+6.3 cm - concrete slab - dry floor

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Bearing Dry Fillers 2

Bearing fillers 2

+6.3 cm - grid - dry floor

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Niet-dragende droge vulmiddelen 1

Non-load bearing fillers 1

+6.3 cm - concrete slab - dry floor

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Niet-dragende droge vulmiddelen 2

Non-load bearing fillers 2

+6.3 cm - grid - dry floor

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Placement video

Bearing fillers

Non-load bearing fillers

Projects

FIT - Flanders - State of the Art Agentschap Innoveren & Ondernemen Vlaanderen Circulair  content= Made In Belgium EIT Climate-KIC Netwerk Ondernemen PMV