[Continuation of floor/wall construction] Installing plywood on top of particle board, etc. │AGLUCA, an apparel sewing factory in Yamanashi

This is an article that introduces the continuation of the sewing factory and flooring (double floor construction method) in the renovated RC building.

We have already completed the installation of particle board on the floor, but here we will show you how to install plywood on top of it.

We will also introduce the construction of galvalume steel plates for exterior wall materials, as well as the construction of plasterboard and plywood for cloth bases.

◼︎Prerequisite information

・Purchased a used cast concrete (RC) property in Shiotsu, Uenohara City, Yamanashi Prefecture.

・The first floor, which was originally a warehouse and parking lot, will be renovated to create an apparel sewing factory.

・Since there is no insulation or confidentiality, and the performance of the original windows and sashes is low, we are aiming for high airtightness and high insulation through renovation.

・Request to a local construction company in Uenohara City

◼︎Other articles introducing the construction process

・1, External construction work

2.Wall construction sashes and windows, breathable waterproof sheets

・3.Ceiling and ventilation system, electrical piping, and air conditioning construction

・4. Wall insulation, secrecy and toilet piping

・5. Floor installation (standing floor / double floor method) and floor insulation ← Continued

・6, Electrical wiring, piping for air conditioners

・7, Construction of plasterboard and cross base plywood on the wall

・8. Construction of metal siding (galvalume steel plate) for exterior walls

[Continuation of floor construction] Carrying in plywood to be installed on top of particle board

Plywood installed on top of particle board "Okidoko (double floor construction method)" │AGLUCA

We will construct plywood on top of the particle board [Original floor (double floor construction method)]

Construction of plywood on particle board│Yamanashi AGLUCA sewing factory

The back of the floor has plywood installed, and the front is particle board.

*It seems that the rule is to intentionally leave a little space between particle boards when constructing them.

The back wall is entirely covered with plasterboard and cross plywood.

The walls of the toilets in the garment factory are made of plasterboard, and the floors are still made of particleboard.

Construction of a toilet in a garment factory

Now that I have a private room, I feel like I have a toilet.

The bathroom floor is still particle board. The pipes are slightly peeking out from the ground.

The bathroom floor is currently particle board.

This is the ventilation hole for the ventilation fan in the toilet.

Ventilation hole for toilet ventilation fan│AGLUCA

Galvalume steel plates for the metal siding on the exterior walls have finally been installed on the entire surface.

IG Kogyo Co., Ltd.'s galvalume steel plate SF-Galspun JF, color F titanium gray metallic (code: SFJ1-291), was installed on the exterior wall of the factory.

The other day, construction was only done on the left side, but today all three sides were completed.

I was deeply moved by the fact that this place originally had no walls and was exposed to the wind.

The galvalume steel plate in the photo is

Galvalume steel plate SF-Galspun JF from IG Kogyo Co., Ltd. The color is F titanium gray metallic (code: SFJ1-291 ).

This kind of caulking was applied to the four corners of the sash (the joints of the galvanized steel plates).

IG Industries Co., Ltd.'s galvalume steel plate SF-Galspun JF, color is F titanium gray metallic (code: SFJ1-291)

This black sash was carefully selected for its insulation.

YKKAP Episode 2neo Calm Black CHT-W25609-A4-B7 with aluminum resin composite sash .

The windows are also made with low-E double glass *Double-layered glass, with a focus on insulation performance.


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