Plinth Course
Application

Suitable for commercial and residential projects.

Description

Cast stone plinth courses available in five standard designs Plinth courses can also be produced to individual requirements.

Plinth courses are ideally used for breaking up brickwork in a building. Built into the lowest part of the wall of a building, they can be supplied in a range of sizes and complement many other components, including quoins, string courses and band courses.

Material:

- Haddonstone (Semi-dry cast limestone):

High quality semi-dry cast stone, consisting of over 50% limestone aggregate. With a surface texture similar to Portland Stone, Haddonstone is regularly used alongside or as an alternative to natural stone.

- TecStone (wet cast limestone):

High quality wet cast stone, comprising over 60% natural limestone aggregate. Denser than the Haddonstone material, TecStone is acid etched as standard to provide an attractive appearance similar to a finished natural stone. Designed to meet demanding performance criteria and can incorporate structural reinforcement and cast-in fixings. TecStone is the preferred material for architectural projects where structural performance is required.

Applications:

Suitable for commercial and residential projects.

General information

Material

Haddonstone (semi-dry cast limestone)

TecStone (wet cast limestone)

Uniclass 2015

Pr_20_93_52_13 Cast stone masonry unitsPrimary

CAWS

F22/110 Cast stone

L37/380 Manufactured stone plinth

Specification data - Cast stone masonry units

Product Reference

Plinth Course

Type

Q530

Q540

Matches the S120G pier base.

Q560

Q570

Q571

Bespoke

Consult manufacturer for details and insert requirements.

Material

Haddonstone (semi-dry cast limestone)

TecStone (wet cast limestone)

Colour

Bath 02

Ivory Limestone IL

Portland 01

Bespoke

Insert requirement for colour.

Accessories

None

Cast-in fixings

Insert requirements for cast fixings.

Cast-in lifting sockets

Insert requirements for lifting sockets.

Standard product features

Compressive cube strength after 28 days (minimum):

  • Haddonstone: >35 MPa.
  • TecStone: >45 MPa.

Both materials exceed the requirements of the United Kingdom Cast Stone Association (UKCSA) specification and comply with the requirements of BS 1217, BS 5642-2+ A1 and BS EN 13198.

Haddonstone:

  • Material density: 2150 kg/m³.
  • Compressive strength: Minimum compressive cube strength at 28 days is >35 N/mm² (MPa).
  • Aggregate size: 0–3 mm continuously graded.
  • Finish: Ex-Mould (no finishing required).
  • Freeze/ thaw resistance: Complies with UKCSA Standards so products deemed freeze/ thaw resistant.
  • Handling reinforcement: Where appropriate units may contain one or more stainless steel, synthetic fibre or extruded basalt reinforcement bar (30 mm minimum cover).

TecStone:

  • Material density: 2350 kg/m³.
  • Compressive strength: Minimum compressive cube strength at 28 days is >45 N/mm² (MPa).
  • Aggregate size: 0–10 mm continuously graded.
  • Freeze/ thaw resistance: Complies with UKCSA Standards so products deemed freeze/ thaw resistant.
  • Handling reinforcement: Where appropriate units may contain one or more stainless steel, synthetic fibre or extruded basalt reinforcement bar (30 mm minimum cover).

Product Options

Type:

- Size:

  • Q530: 140 mm high.
  • Q540: 172 mm high.
  • Q560: 215 mm high.
  • Q570: 140 mm high.
  • Q571: 215 mm high.

- Weight:

  • Q530: 36 kg/m.
  • Q540: 64 kg/m.
  • Q571: 53 kg/m.
  • Q560: 49 kg/m.
  • Q570: 34 kg/m.

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