Why build in fibrous cement?

Why build in fibrous cement?

Specification                             Brick veneer /full brick          Fibrous cement extrusion
Thermal resistance (m2K)/W
Thermal mass
breatheability

http://www.envirotecture.com.au/design/design-approach

http://yourhome.gov.au/technical/index.html

http://www.hempcar.org/hempfacts.shtml

http://www.engineering-tech.com/

 

 

 

 

To construct a thermal envelope (a climate shell) by automation of machines that;

1. Is long lasting, enduring. Can withstand high wind speeds, heavy rainfall, snowfall,  hail, earthquakes, and wind driven projectiles and temperature extremes.

2. Thermal comfort, toxicity –  envelope with high thermal coefficient and use of interior thermal mass to provide thermal inertia.

3. Indoor air quality – breathing walls – moisture control – ventilation

4. Energy efficient low heat loss.

5. Cost effective, zero or low capital borrow plan

6. Let the sunlight in.

7. security / privacy

8. interior free of constraints free to change floor plan

 

Thermal envelope
Thermal mass
Breathing walls and floor
Air quality
Renders / water proofing
Cladding

Technical Specifications

  • walls
  • floors
  • roof
  • Thermal Insulatio
  • U-values (W/m2K)
  • Breathing wall
  • Mold resistance
  • Rodent resistance
  • Termite resistance
  • Sound isolation
  • Strength design loads Structural integrity — Floor 3.00kN/m —  Roof 0.75kN/m Basic wind speed  (To meet requirements of BS 6399: Part 2)
  • Thermal envelope
  • Ventilation
  • Strength
  • Wind design load
  • Security
  • Fire performance
  • Cladding
  • Skylight
  • Heating / cooling
  • Water proofing
  • floor type
  • water vapour control
  • foundation type
  • light control
  • air pollution
  • climate control
  • passive thermal mass

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