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    Internal wall construction - Q-Con Blocks or dry-wall?

    Looking to source infos about those Ytong bricks in Thailand

    Well they are called cukong or Qcong cannot find it on google spelling must be wrong and all infos lead to philippines or elsewhere...

    Those Ytong have as well columns and other handy components for construction, any link to a good Thai - english website about those ?


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    Google "q-con thailand" or "superblock thailand"

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    Got it, thanks !

    : : Q-CON : : .

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    an the other one is: www.superblock.com

    They even give prices online, rare thing in Thailand !


    SUPERBLOCK
    Price list and other equipments for laying SUPERBLOCK

    Material Price List and Equipments
    Size
    Usage Quantity (per / m 2 )
    Weight
    (per piece )

    Unit
    Price/m 2 (Baht )
    Price/Pc (Baht )
    Superblock size 30 X 60, 20 X 60 cm.
    ( the thickness is range from 7.5 - 30 cm and can be increased every 5 mm. ) 2,800-/ m 3

    20 X 60 X 7.5 cm.
    8.33 pcs
    6.43
    m 2
    210
    25.20
    30 X 60 X 7.5 cm.
    5.55 pcs
    9.45
    m 2
    210
    37.80
    30 X 60 X 8 cm.
    5.55 pcs
    10.08
    m 2
    224
    40.32
    30 X 60 X 9 cm.
    5.55 pcs
    11.34
    m 2
    252
    45.36
    20 X 60 X 10 cm .
    8.33 pcs
    8.40
    m 2
    280
    33.60
    20 X 60 X 12.5 cm.
    8.33 pcs
    10.50
    m 2
    350
    42.00
    20 X 60 X 14.5 cm.
    8.33 pcs
    12.18
    m 2
    406
    48.72
    20 X 60 X 15 cm.
    8.33 pcs
    12.87
    m 2
    420
    50.40
    20 X 60 X 17.5 cm.
    8.33 pcs
    14.70
    m 2
    490
    58.80
    20 X 60 X 20 cm.
    8.33 pcs
    16.80
    m 2
    560
    67.20
    Superblock processed mortar
    Usage proportion / bag (7.5 cm .)
    Weight / bag
    Price / bag
    Wet application
    1 bag can be used for 9 m 2
    40 kg
    bag
    140
    -
    Dry application
    1 bag can be used for 15 m 2
    40 kg
    bag
    190
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    Other Equipments



    Baht / pc

    Trowel
    -
    -
    pc
    80
    -
    Chasing tool
    -
    -
    pc
    80
    -
    Hand saw
    -
    -
    pc
    600
    -
    Hand saw (import)
    -
    -
    pc
    2,200
    -
    “Superblock” reinforced panel 60 cm. in width, not longer than 3.6 m. ( the thickness is range from 8 – 25 cm. and can be increased every 5 mm. ) 12,000- / m 3

    8 cm. thickness

    m 2
    960
    -

    10 cm. thickness

    m 2
    1,200
    -
    Lintel: 20 cm height, not longer than 2 m. ( 8,000- / m 3 )
    price / m

    10 cm. thickness

    m
    160
    -

    12 cm. thickness

    m
    192
    -
    Lintel: 20 cm height, longer than 2 m . ( 8,500- / m 3 )
    price / m

    10 cm. thickness

    m
    170
    -

    12 cm. thickness

    m
    204
    -
    • The above prices are for the projects with the purchase order of more than 100 m 2
    • VAT is not included in the above prices
    • The above prices are for Bangkok metropolitan and nearby provinces and are subject to change without prior notice
    • Technical advises and demonstration will be provide by our technical team and engineer upon the request
    • Lintels will be required in the case where concrete casting will not be done around door or window frames

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    Have to erect 2 walls to create some office space, using 2 existing walls

    Better use Qcon or those galvanised U steel to screw on floor and apply gypsum plates both sides ?

    What way is faster, cheaper, easier, or beats the other with insulation


    Once the walls are up i might have to add a roof to this !?!

    should be a 20 meter wall with a 8 to 10 meter other wall

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    www.a-wall.com

    Not available in LOS




    Someone seen some similar easy assembly stuff in Thailand ?

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    Brick one meter high, then go for gypsum

    At last study, looks like we will make one steel structure sort of, this to make sure the walls stay where it has to stay and the roof will be easy task and strong to hold some storage such as boxes...

    Beetween the steel beam we will make a brick wall up to 1 meter approx. and then go up with panels of gypsum of 120 cm by 240 cm...

    Will post some pictures, job is due in a few weeks...

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    ahhh gr eat, nice to see some conversions and extension type things, very cool cant wait

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    Siam steel has a department selling knock down offices, hospitals, etc...

    Our choice is now, some steel structure and bricks in beetween, up to 1.4 meter eventually and then close the top of walls with windows in aluminium frames...

    Construction and pics to follow in a few...

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    Viva boards or Smile boards

    Following my visit at the construction fair i came across some interesting materials, faster and less messy compared to bricks, 2 suppliers found:

    www.viva.co.th makes wood cement board, but seem to be limited to 1200mm x 2400 mm
    the information is much better on Viva website compared to this following one

    www.panelworld.co.th this on has 2 choice of max sizes, 1200 x 2400 mm and the very noce size of 1200 mm x 3000 mm


    By building with those material, some space should be left in beetween panels, 3 to 5 mm for indorr use and up to 10mm for outdoor use, i am now looking to source some double U plastic or composite joint for connection... Any idea where i can source this ?


    i am not interested in pouring some silicone as this would give a mess...

    Looks like thos panels will be my office construction solution for wall panes and roof as well, single layer both places...

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