What is an overhead

The overhead is the top of the translation. There is a load on the load-bearing structure, which is transferred from the ceiling to masonry, pillars or pillars. The supporting structure of the top is made up of vaults or translations that are brick, monolithic or assembled. 

The overhead floor is divided into brick ceilings, which are almost not used. Steel lifts from l-shaped beams are used in holes that are more loaded. Furthermore, prefabricated reinforced concrete panels can be seen on old buildings, but they are prone to thermal bridges and therefore do not comply with today's insulation regulations.