What is Self-Levelling Pedestals?
The self-leveling pedestal is a versatile flooring solution that can be used for both indoor and outdoor paving slabs and timber decking. It effectively solves the problem of uneven surfaces caused by an uneven foundation or uneven thickness of paving slabs. They are ideal for balconies, terraces, and building corridors. They are corrosion-resistant and provide strong stability. Taurus offers two solutions to address uneven surfaces: the TA-V self-leveling pedestal with an adjustable range of 52-225mm, and the adjustable pedestal with a base slope corrector plate, which can be used in conjunction with JNZ TA-A, TA-R, TA-U, TA-NR, and TA-T. Overall, self-leveling pedestals provide quick installation, adaptability, and durability for flooring systems.
The main difference between the self-leveling pedestal and other JNZ pedestal series lies in the ball head connector. When the supporting surface is inclined, the ball head connector automatically adjusts the position of the support point to keep the entire surface level. This means that even if the ground is sloping, the entire surface can remain level. Another difference is the way the self-leveling pedestal adjusts its height. After the stone or deck is laid on the pedestal, the height of the pedestal can be adjusted using a T-shaped rotation key, making the installation process simpler and faster.
|Adjustment Height Range of Taurus TA-V
TA-V-45mm Support Head
TA-V-75mm Support Head
TA-V-115mm Support Head
TA-V self leveling Spacer Tab 3mm
TA-V self leveling Spacer Tab 5mm
TA-V self leveling Joist Cradle
TA-V Fix collar
Installation of TA-V adjustable pedestal (52-75mm)
Load bearing test of TA-V adjustable pedestal