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I have used banded wooden blocks for very low temp freezers, say -10F.  I currently do some small freezers for a large grocery chain.  As per their prototype, we insulate the floor, and drop the steel columns to about 3' below grade; but no other thermal breaks are used.  I can email you the wood block detail, if I can find it.
 
Brian K. Smith, P.E.
-----Original Message-----
From: Daniel A. Estabrooks [mailto:dan(--nospam--at)estabrooks.com]
Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2001 11:58 AM
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Subject: Freezer building - thermal break

Can anyone suggest an effective method of creating a thermal break at the base of  steel columns in a freezer building?

Thanks

Daniel A. Estabrooks P.Eng.

Estabrooks Consultants Inc.
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