Radon Proof - For Sure.
An important requirement that is becoming more and more the focus of public discussion is the radon-tightness of building entries. Inadequately made penetrations can be the cause of the penetration of radon gases and thus harmful radon concentrations in buildings.
With the right choice of materials and Schuck products, you are on the safe side:
Current tests prove the radon tightness not only of Schuck Beto-Fix Plus as a material itself, but also in the real installation situation with a Schuck building entry in a wall.
Get an overview of the certified solutions for radon-tight house entries, basements and buildings here.
SCHUCK Products for radon-proof residential buildings
With Schuck Beto-Fix Plus, a building entry is securely and tightly connected to the building. External influences do not affect safety. As an approved filling material, Schuck Beto-Fix Plus withstands strict and demanding tests and easily exceeds all standard requirements.
The certified grouting mortar is suitable for the simple and safe installation of gas, water and electricity house entries. Convince yourself of the tightness in our product video for Schuck Beto-Fix Plus.
Certified Radon Proof
Schuck Beto-Fix Plus has been proven to be radon-tight!
Not only the material itself was tested, but also the complete installation of a building entry in a model. Thus, the tightness of the material itself, as well as interfaces such as the connection of Schuck Beto-Fix Plus to the building entry and to the wall, were checked and the tightness was confirmed.
The tightness has also been tested and confirmed for installation in the Schuck LRS empty conduit system. Since the original Schuck Beto-Fix Plus was used for the test, without any special modifications, it is also retrospectively confirmed that house connections with Schuck Beto-Fix Plus contribute to a radon-tight building.
The Schuck EHP brings together what belongs together. The tried and tested Schuck round thread jacket enables the simple assembly of accessories for many applications. By connecting the Schuck round thread jacket with a sophisticated sealing system for cables, electrical entries can now also be installed in the usual simple and safe way.
The Schuck Pipes with an outer diameter of 10mm or 7mm and a wall thickness of 2mm or 1.5mm are ideally suited for installation together with Schuck house entries. For buildings with a basement, there is a 90 ° bend, analogous to the corner ball valve, while for buildings without a basement, different lengths are available according to the flexible house entries. The accessories supplied simplify the safe installation and operation of a fibre optic infrastructure.
In buildings without a basement, KG pipes are often used for house entries. In the area through the base plate, damage can result from leaks due to a lack of connection. The Schuck conduit system comes into play at this weak point: a specially coated casing pipe not only ensures an optimal seal between the empty pipe and the base plate, but also between the building entry to be installed later and the casing pipe. A fixed bend for easy insertion of the house entry as well as extensive accessories round off the complete set.
The Schuck sealing system was specially developed to create trenchless house connections easily, quickly and safely. The civil engineering work is limited to a head hole in the main line, while the rest of the route remains untouched, which saves time and money. This construction method is met with great approval by homeowners. The house connection is fastened and sealed in the usual high quality with Schuck Beto-Fix Plus.
THAT IS WHY RADON TIGHTNESS IS A MUST!
Radon is a radioactive, odorless gas that can be harmful to health. It arises in the earth's crust, migrates upwards and can then stand in buildings, where it penetrates through leaks.