ComFlor® Composite Floor Decks
Tata Steel provides a comprehensive range of steel floor decking systems. Shallow and deep composite floor decks offering different spanning and floor depth options have undergone extensive fire testing and fire engineering work, resulting in fire ratings up to 4 hours being available for more traditional construction.
ComFlor® 46, first introduced in 1985, is a simple trapezoidal composite deck with strong and reliable shear bond performance. The profile is economic and nestable, reducing transport and handling costs.
ComFlor® 51+ is a traditional dovetail re-entrant composite floor deck. This profile provides an excellent mechanical key into the concrete slab, offering a strong shear bond performance which is augmented by cross stiffeners located in the profile trough.
The ComFlor® 60 composite floor profile offers the ultimate in lightweight steel decking for all multi-rise buildings including car parks. It combines exceptional spanning capabilities with reduced concrete usage to provide a cost-effective and attractive floor solution that’s easy to install
ComFlor® 80 – is the next generation of profiled steel composite decks; it is the only 80mm profile available in Colorcoat® pre-finished steel to provide a durable and attractive appearance.
ComFlor® 100 has a very strong profile shape and offers the capability to span up to 4.5 metres without props. Designed particularly for continental european application, the ComFlor® 100 also brings considerable benefits to the British designer looking for longer unpropped spans. The profile is not suitable for use with shear stud connectors.
The original SlimFlor long span steel deep deck, ComFlor® 210 has the capability to span up to 6 metres in unpropped construction. Suitable for use in Tata Steel Slimdek® construction, which offers minimal structural depth, fast construction and many other benefits
ComFlor® 225 deep decking is a cold formed profile capable of spanning up to 6.5 metres unpropped with up to two hours fire rating with an unprotected soffit. The re-entrant section to the top flange enhances composite action and offers easy services fixing.
Tata Steel Panels and Profiles manufactures a range of five profiles for use as permanent formwork. Permanent formwork remains in situ for the life of the building but, unlike composite flooring profiles, it does not act as reinforcement in the concrete slab.