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Schöck prevents thermal bridging in major new distillery

The New Stillhouse – When complete, Midleton will be one of the most modern distilleries in the world. The 21.5 m high pot still hall building envelope is designed to a very high level of thermal performance and one of the design factors that had to be ta
The structural elements to the primary steel are isolated from the interior environment using Isokorb structural thermal break units from Schöck. The Isokorb is one of the most sophisticated solutions on the market, for the prevention of thermal bridging
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The 21.5 m high pot still hall building envelope is designed to a very high level of thermal performance and one of the design factors that had to be taken into account was the prevention of thermal bridging. There is of course a regulatory need to reduce local heat loss and CO2 emissions. But in addition, condensation can be a potential problem too, frequently resulting in structural integrity problems, and even mould growth, which brings its own set of health risks to personnel. The pot still hall has an overhanging roof element and this is insulated to the top, leading edge and underside on the north elevation and part return on the east and west elevations over a glazed wall. To prevent any risk of thermal bridging at these roof overhang connectivity points, the structural elements to the primary steel are isolated from the interior environment using Isokorb structural thermal break units from Schöck.

The Isokorb is one of the most sophisticated solutions on the market, for the prevention of thermal bridging in connective situations; and has been supplied for the project by Contech Accessories, of Tullow, County Carlow, the Schöck sales partner and sole distributor for Ireland.

It offers outstanding thermal efficiency and unrivalled application options, allowing connections to be made between concrete-to-concrete and steel-to-steel. At Midleton, it is the Schöck Isokorb for steel-to-steel applications that has been installed. The Isokorb for steel-to-steel is able to withstand extremely demanding loads and incorporate stainless steel components to ensure corrosion protection and minimise thermal conductivity. The Isokorb modules dramatically reduce energy loss in connective areas by guaranteeing that there is uniformity between cantilever structures and the internal structure at the thermal envelope. They also transfer load and maintain full structural integrity, while at the same time enabling inner surface area temperatures to remain well in excess of those likely to cause mould formation and condensation. The units are easy to fit with regular end-plate connections and all available steel profiles can be bolted on.

For more information please contact Schöck USA Inc. at 855 572 4625 or visit www.schock-us.com.

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