Why is AIRPLAST better than polystyrene?
AIRPLAST formwork is far more resistant than polystyrene and does not break in the corners. Moreover, it is impermeable, thus it does not hold water and does not release it over time.
Is any ventilation system necessary, as with polystyrene?
AIRPLAST formwork does not contain any harmful gas like styrene, thus it does not require any ventilation system, which is otherwise necessary according to VV.FF regulations, when using lightening system in polystyrene because it tends to explode, causing collateral damage, when under pressure.
Should AIRPLAST be used only with predalles slabs?
In addition to the application on predalles slabs, AIRPLAST formwork can be used also for the construction of cast completely in-situ slabs: in this configuration, two separate pours (first the lower slab and then the filling) should be made in order to ensure the possibility to support the formwork.