Building with Insulating Bricks

Are you thinking of building? Not sure which are the correct materials for the cold winter and spring does not affect you? … With insulating bricks this will not be a problem … If you want to know more read on!

Insulating bricks have versatile properties, and can be installed by a handyman or home contractor. In the industry of commercial and residential painting, including applications involving special atmospheres. The pottery and ceramic industries use them to reduce costs in their tunnels ovens and newspapers.  The glass-chemical processes, oil refineries and other industries insulating bricks used in various ways to save energy.

These versatile insulating bricks can reduce costs, a provide better insulation systems.  Eight insulating bricks covering a range of temperatures up to 1788° C. Besides what I mentioned above the insulating bricks have advantages such as:

Cost savings: Building with these bricks has economic advantages over other traditional construction system due to the speed, accuracy and uniformity in measures of blocks, resistance and durability, near-zero waste and above all, be a modular system, which allows computing the materials in the design stage with great certainty.

Compressive strength: The factory parts have sufficient strength to ensure proper transmission of loads and ensure durability. Its resistance to compression standard can exceed 10 N/mm2 allowing use in resistant walls (CTE provides a minimum of 5 N/mm2 for this use).

Reaction: Class A1 without testing if the mass or volume (the larger of the two) organic materials evenly distributed ≤ 1%.

Resistance: Good resistance to fire (which can reach 240min). The pieces retained their structural characteristics in case of fire.

Sound insulation: Insulating bricks are a quality building material that has very valid to comply with current regulations, with a single sheet solutions and easy implementation acoustic characteristics.

Insulation: Basic thermo physical properties to assess the responsiveness of a material under dynamic temperature fluctuations are density, specific heat and thermal conductivity. These features are becoming more relevant day as they affect the energy consumption and CO2 emissions to the atmosphere.