BubbleDeck FAQ

  1. Who is the founder of BubbleDeck system?

    Professor Jorgen Breuning.

  2. How long has BubbleDeck system been in the market?

    Close to 20 years.

  3. Where was BubbleDeck system originally from?


  4. Where is BubbleDeck International principal office location?

    Rösevangen 8, DK 3520 Farum.

  5. How to contact BubbleDeck International?

    Email:; Web:

  6. What does BubbleDeck International do?

    • Combining the international activities
    • Supervising the technical support / education
    • General quality supervision
    • Carrying out specialised tasks / projects
    • Developing new techniques
    • Developing new markets

  7. Which countries has BubbleDeck system landed?

    More than 40 countries around the world, for more info, please logon to

  8. Which country has the most BubbleDeck projects up to to-date?

    The Netherlands and Australia.

  9. Where is the tallest BubbleDeck project? How tall?

    Italy. 209 meter height.

  1. What does BubbleDeck national companies do?

    • National marketing and sales
    • Dialog with clients
    • Proposals and calculations
    • Project supervision and quality check and monitoring

  2. When was Bubble Deck Construction Sdn Bhd founded in Malaysia?


  3. What country does BubbleDeck Construction Sdn Bhd cover?

    Malaysia and Singapore.

  4. Where is Bubble Deck Construction Sdn Bhd's Head Quarter located?

    Kuala Lumpur.

  5. Where is Bubble Deck Construction Sdn Bhd's factory located?

    Rasa, Hulu Selangor and Labis, Johor.

  6. Where is Bubble Deck first project in Malaysia?

    WP Hotel, a 13-storeis boutique hotel located at Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman, Kuala Lumpur.

  7. How to contact Bubble Deck Construction Sdn Bhd?

    Email :; Tel no.: +603-9281 2387; Fax no : +603-9281 2695.

  8. How to apply for job at Bubble Deck Construction Sdn Bhd?

    Send full resume with the position intended to apply to :

  1. What is BubbleDeck?

    BubbleDeck System is a revolutionary construction method by eliminating concrete from the neutral axis of a floor slab that is structurally not performing, as a result dramatically reducing in Dead Weight. The BubbleDeck System is based upon patented integration technique - the direct way of linking air and steel. Void formers inside the flat slab eliminates at least 30% of a slab's dead weight.
    Incorporation of recycled plastic bubbles as void formers allows wider space between columns. Combination of this with a flat slab construction approach spanning in two directions - the slab is connected directly to insitu concrete columns without any beams - produces a wide range of cost and construction benefits. For more information, please logon to

  2. How does BubbleDeck work?

    The BubbleDeck system is based upon the patented integration technique - the direct way of linking air and steel.
    By adapting the geometry of the ball and the mesh, an optimised concrete construction is obtained, with simultaneous maximum utility of both moment and shear zones.
    The construction literally creates itself as a result of the geometry of two well-known components: Reinforcement and hollow plastic balls. When the top and bottom reinforcement are linked in the usual way, a geometrical and statical stable BubbleDeck unit evolves.
    The reinforcement catches, distributes and locks the balls in exact position, while the balls shape the air volume, control the level of the reinforcement, and at the same time stabilise the spatial lattice. When the steel lattice unit is concrete, a "monolithic" biaxial hollow slab is obtained. For more information, please logon to

  3. What are the major materials for BubbleDeck system?

    Concrete, Wire Mesh, Steel Bar, Plastic Bar, Lattice Girders.

  4. What is the Advantages of BubbleDeck system?

  5. Is there any warranty on the BubbleDeck system?


  6. What does BubbleDeck Warranty covers?

    Product Warranty and Design Warranty.

  7. Is BubbleDeck fire proof / resistant?

    Yes, it's tested and certified by SIRIM. For more information, please logon to :

  8. Is BubbleDeck sound proof / resistant?


  9. Is BubbleDeck earthquake proof / resistant?

    Yes, the seismic design it can be incorporated upon request.

  10. Is BubbleDeck water proof / resistant?

    It behaves the same as conventional concrete structure.

  11. Is BubbleDeck a structural element?


  12. Is BubbleDeck required with Professional Engineer's endorsement?


  13. Is BubbleDeck slab system endorsed by Professional Engineer?


  14. How many types of BubbleDeck slab system?

    5 types. For more information, please logon to :

  15. What is the thickness of the BubbleDeck slab system?

    Range from 235mm to 450mm.

  16. Can the BubbleDeck slab float in the water?

    No, the BubbleDeck is not meant for floating in the water.

  17. Is the BubbleDeck as strong as the conventional system?

    Yes, the strength is equivalent or higher compared to conventional system.

  18. Does other structural elements i.e. column and beam also has Bubbles inside?


  19. What is the function of the Bubble?

    The function of the Bubble is to replace the concrete that does not perform any structural function.

  20. What is the material used for the Bubbles?

    The Bubbles are made of recycled plastic.

  21. Does the Bubbles colour mean anything?


  22. Are the Bubbles manufactured locally?


  23. What structural impact would that be if the Bubble is damaged before construction?

    Usually it doesn't contribute any structural impact; it depends on the quantity of damaged Bubbles.

  24. Can the Bubbles be sold separately?

    No, the Bubbles only come with the BubbleDeck slab system.

  25. BubbleDeck slab system suitable for landed housing?


  26. Can tower crane be tied back to the BubbleDeck slab?


  27. Is BubbleDeck slab system IBS certified?


  28. Does BubbleDeck slab system contribute to IBS score?


  1. What is the Code of Practice for BubbleDeck slab system?


  2. What is the steel mesh standard for BubbleDeck system in Malaysia?


  3. What is the steel bars standard for BubbleDeck system in Malaysia?


  4. What is weight of 1 piece of BubbleDeck slab?

    Approximately 2 ton to 4 ton, depending on the design.

  5. Can the BubbleDeck slab system be designed for transfer floor?


  6. Can there be any construction joints in BubbleDeck slab system?


  7. Can an opening be allowed at BubbleDeck slab system after construction?

    Yes, confirmation must be obtained from BubbleDeck Construction Sdn Bhd.

  8. Can drops be allowed at BubbleDeck slab system?


  1. How to deal with crack lines in BubbleDeck slab?

    The rectification method depends on the severity of the cracks.

  2. How does Bubble Deck Construction Sdn Bhd ensure the concrete is up to the required standard?

    Internal – Cube Test on next day before lifting, 7 days, and 28 days. External – Cube Test by 3rd party laboratory service provider, 7 days and 28 days.

  3. How does Bubble Deck Construction Sdn Bhd ensure the steel component is up to the required standard?

    3rd party testing is carried out on every batch of steel received.

  4. What is the lead time required for the first delivery?

    8 weeks from the date of receipt of Letter of Award and the down payment.

  1. How to transport BubbleDeck slab to the site?

    By trailer.

  2. How to load and unload BubbleDeck slab?

    By tower crane or mobile crane.

  3. What is the floor cycle for an area of 800m² of BubbleDeck slab system?

    6 days cycle per floor, with a team of 6 workers.

  4. How many days can the scaffolding allow to be dismantled for BubbleDeck slab system?

    Upon the concrete achieved the characteristic design strength.

  5. Is launching and installation work for BubbleDeck slab system to be carried out by Bubble Deck Construction Sdn Bhd?


  6. Is site supervision provided by Bubble Deck Construction Sdn Bhd?

    Upon the client's request and as per the agreed terms of sales.

  7. Is the concrete topping work to be covered by Bubble Deck Construction Sdn Bhd after the BubbleDeck slab system has been installed at site?

    No, under normal circumstances, it should be done by the others.