Hambro MD2000 Composite Floor

Hambro MD2000

Hambro MD2000 Composite Floor

Ideal for Conventional Structural Steel Framing

The Hambro MD2000 composite floor system uses a steel deck as a permanent form. It is ideal for multi-storey buildings consisting of conventional structural steel frame as it enables the concrete pouring of more than one floor at a time.

It can also be installed on other types of structures such as load-bearing walls made of light gage steel, ICF, masonry and wood.

 


Enables erection of multiple floors without a concrete pour.

 

 


 

Fire resistance up to 3 hours
UL/ULC/cUL standards

Long spans up to 43 ft. (13.1 m)
without shoring

Acoustical properties
STC up to 57 – ICC up tp 30

Economical

Custom design

Maximum duct openings

Rigidity diaphragm
& variable loading conditions

For all types of framing

Simple to install

 

Hambro MD2000 on Structural Steel
 

Hambro MD2000 on Structural Steel

Hambro MD2000 on Wood Walls
 

Hambro MD2000 on Wood Walls

Hambro MD2000 on ICF Walls
 

Hambro MD2000 on ICF Walls

Resource Library


Commercial (5)
  • Hambro Brochure
  • Multi-Residential Buildings Solutions
  • Senior Housing & Assisted Care
  • Multi-Family Residential
  • Canam Fire-Resistance Rated Load-Bearing Wall Assemblies
Technical (11)
  • Hambro Composite Floor System Technical Manual (Canada)
  • Hambro Composite Floor System Technical Manual (USA)
  • Hambro CAD Section (Can / USA)
  • Hambro Joist Design Assistance Program (Can / USA)
  • MD2000 Standard Sections to Concrete Wall
  • MD2000 Standard Sections to Insulated Concrete
  • MD2000 Standard Sections to Steel
  • MD2000 Standard Sections to Wood Wall
  • MD2000 Standard Sections to Hambro Girder
  • MD2000 Standard Sections to Masonry Wall
  • MD2000 Standard Sections to Metal Stud Wall