Schöck Slab Edge Products.Structural thermal breaks for your slab edge connections.
While exposed slab edges may add visual interest to a building, they also waste energy and risk the formation of mold—unless they are thermally insulated from cold exterior environments.read more
Schöck Isokorb® structural thermal breaks provide the insulation required to achieve a truly continuous building envelope, while simultaneously providing structural support equivalent to uninsulated slab edges. As a result, you can cut energy loss by up to 90%, while preventing the formation of condensation and mold at slab edges throughout your building.
Have questions? Need advice? Contact your local Regional Sales Manager.
Schöck North America’s design team is here to support you with all aspects of structural thermal break integration. You can be confident that Schöck’s engineers and technical sales professionals will lend their expertise and guidance to every detail of your next project. From initial feasibility, through calculations and provisions of stamped and signed drawings, Schöck is available to help you realize your project’s performance goals.
Tailored technical solutions:
Schöck's dedicated team is here to ensure that the thermal bridging solution proposed for your specific project is the most effective and efficient solution available – every time.
Schöck provides readily accessible product drawings, specifications and technical documentation to assist with your design considerations.
Peace of mind:
Schöck provides stamped and sealed calculations and drawings to complement all thermal break solutions.
Schöck has been the industry leader in thermal bridging solutions since we introduced the first commercially available structural thermal break in 1983. With more than 16 million thermal break modules currently installed, we have the know-how and experience to meet your project needs.
For answers to preliminary questions about your project, please contact your Regional Sales Manager. Or if you’re ready for pricing, simply fill out a Project Request Form. Be sure to include drawings/details that show the desired location of the structural thermal break in plan and a section detail. Schöck will review your project request and reach out shortly to discuss further.