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Self-leveling pedestal 65/85 mm for wooden deck - YEED

YEED (Ex Rinno)

Reference : RIN040060LAUT

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Dessin technique du plot terrasse bois autonivelant 65/85 mm de Yeed

Adjustable self-leveling pedestal from 65 to 85 mm for wooden decks - YEED (formerly Rinno)

Wooden terrace adjustable pedestal from 65 to 85 mm equipped with a self-leveling base which allows it to be placed on a warped, uneven, improper or a vertical drop ground. This terrace pedestal accommodates the joists and serves as the foundation for your outdoor space, whether the board is made of natural wood or composite wood. Made in France, this self-leveling joist terrace pedestal is just as resistant as it is affordable. These qualities make it a product of choice for individuals and professionals.

The advantages of the self-leveling wooden terrace pedestal 65/85 mm from YEED (formerly Rinno)

  • Quick and easy installation, without major works or fixing
  • Manual height adjustment thanks to the red adjustment ring
  • Strip is designed for screwing the joist onto the pedestal
  • Allows laying on sloping or uneven ground
  • Allows you to create or compensate for up to 5% slope over 1 meter
  • Allows good ventilation of the structure and the evacuation of rainwater
  • Base designed to ensure proper drainage of rainwater
  • Compatible with wood and composite boards.

Prerequisites: draw up the layout plan

Any successful terrace project on pedestals begins with a layout plan. This sketch will allow you to plan ahead with your site and calculate the necessary equipment. Thus, your layout plan must represent your terrace, its shape, its dimensions. On this sketch, calculate your terrace pedestals, your joists and your wooden boards.

Ground preparation

Who says self-leveling pedestals says groudn preparation. Yes, self-leveling wooden terrace pedestals are perfect for uneven floors such as crushed gravel floors. In fact, to stabilize your land and extend the life of your wooden deck on self-leveling studs, site preparation is necessary. It will sustain your wooden construction for many years. Here's how!

1/ Tools and materials needed for ground preparation

Few tools are necessary for this preparation, here is the proof:

  • A cord
  • Stakes
  • A spirit level
  • A shovel
  • A tape measure
  • A mason box screed
  • A geotextile film
  • Crushed gravel

2/ How to prepare the ground

Stabilizing your ground is simple and relatively quick. Better still, this operation will protect your terrace foundations from the hassles associated with climatic conditions such as drought and heavy rains.

  1. Define the shape of your terrace and dig 15 cm deep;
  2. Lay a geotextile felt to prevent the growth of weeds between the wooden boards;
  3. Backfill with crushed gravel: 0/60 mm over 10 cm and 0/4 mm over the top 5 cm;
  4. Compact everything to obtain a stable surface.

Steps for laying a wooden deck on YEED self-leveling pedestals (formerly Rinno)

Building your wooden deck foundations using self-leveling pedestals is a good idea. This choice will allow you to gain in ease of installation, time and money. Find out why.

1/ Tools and materials needed to lay your wooden deck on self-leveling pedestals

  • A bracket
  • A tape measure
  • A spirit level
  • A drill driver
  • A jigsaw/radial saw
  • A hammer
  • A large ruler
  • A cord
  • Stakes
  • Your YEED wooden terrace pedestals
  • Wooden or aluminum joists
  • decking boards
  • Special wooden screws

2/ Accessories for laying a wooden terrace on a YEED pedestal (ex Rinno)

To make your job even easier, opt for these accessories:

  1. The joist protection strip to protect your foundations from humidity;
  2. Plank spacers for perfect spacing between your wooden boards;
  3. The EDMA board straightener to make your wooden boards straight and thus facilitate their installation;
  4. The invisible fixing kit to fix the boards without visible screws.

3/ Arrange the self-leveling pedestals

The spacing between your joists must be 50 cm. Draw your joist lines with a chalk. Remember that these must be supported along the entire length every 70 cm.

Once your grid has been made, place your self-leveling joist pedestals directly on the ground. Then adjust their height. Ensure to leave 1.5% slope to promote the evacuation of rainwater.

4/ Lay and fix the joists

Your joists must be of the same variety as your wooden boards. Natural or composite wood, the choice is yours, but be sure to coordinate the joists with the coating. For more solidity, you can opt for aluminum joists. 

  1. Lay the joists against the strip located at the head of the pedestals;
  2. Screw the joists onto the pedestals through the strip;
  3. Apply the protective strip along the length of the joists;
  4. Cover the edges of the joist with the protective strip.

5/ Lay the wooden boards

  1. Lay the wooden pedestal coating starting against a wall. Shift 5 mm to obtain the expansion joint;
  2. Place the boards perpendicular to the joists;
  3. Screw the boards with special decking screws. Note, screw 20 mm from the edge of the board.

Carry out the side finishes of the terrace

For your wooden terrace on pedestals to be perfectly finished, carry out the side finishes as follows: 

  1. Measure the height and make the necessary cutouts;
  2. Place the fascia board horizontally;
  3. Screw the plank into the joist.

Technical characteristics

  • Complies with DTU 43.1 and 51.4
  • Frost and UV resistant
  • Supports up to 1 ton of load
  • Height adjustable from 65 to 85 mm
  • Disc diameter: 200 mm
  • Head diameter: 120 mm
  • Strip height: 29 mm
  • Recycled and recyclable product
  • Made in France

The steps of installation a terrace on pedestals

The installation of a terrace on a pedestal is the easiest and quickest method to set up: follow the assembly steps and build your terrace in less than 3 days!


step 1Determine the required spacing, place the pedestals on the ground, adjust them and check everything with a spirit level.

step 2As soon as the installation is level, place the joists in front of the pin located on the head of the pedestals.

step 3Then screw the joists onto the pin of the stud provided for this purpose. This allows for good maintenance.

step 4Finally, attach the wooden slats to the joists using a screwdriver and wood screws.

Install the pedestals
Install the joists
screwing of the joists to the pedestals
Fixing the terrace boards
Data sheet

Model : RIN040060LAUT

Self-leveling pedestal 65/85 mm for wooden deck - YEED

YEED (Ex Rinno)
Warranty10 years warranty
OriginManufactured in France
ConformityCompliance with the DTU 43.1 and 51.4
ResistanceResistant to acid and basic solutions, atmospheric agents, temperatures between -40°C and 60°C
LoadResists the test of crushing with a load superior in 1 ton
BrandYEED (Ex Rinno)
UseWooden slab
Adjustable height65 to 85 mm
Compatibility with extensionNo
SH Code39259010
Country of OriginUE
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Samuel S. published the 07/05/2024 following an order made on 24/04/2024



ALAIN B. published the 11/04/2024 following an order made on 22/03/2024


Pas encore posé mais semble correspondre à mes attentes.

Bruno F. published the 14/03/2023 following an order made on 05/03/2023


Il faudrait ajouter la hauteur de l’auto nivelant

Anonymous customer published the 16/01/2023 following an order made on 01/08/2022



Anonymous customer published the 06/01/2023 following an order made on 27/05/2022


Plot simple à utiliser mais la patte maintient gagnerait à etre plu solide. Système autonivelant rudimentaire et peu fiable

Anonymous customer published the 19/04/2022 following an order made on 05/04/2022


Très bon produit

Anonymous customer published the 03/05/2021 following an order made on 20/04/2021


Bon produit le fait que le disque et le plot ne soit pas fixé entre eux, certains bouge sur la dalle stabilisatrice

Anonymous customer published the 21/07/2020 following an order made on 08/07/2020


Conforme à mon attente

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