ICNG Ecology
+31 50 23 02 226
info@icng-ecology.com
Made by ICNG the
Netherlands
with SYMTEC
1
Conventional prefabricated concrete
elements and walls
Nano colloid light concrete
technology
2
The Material
• differs itself from normal concrete because it gets a special light
weight out of encapsulated air. Air enc...
• are produced in a factory and stored there. After that they are
transported to the building site and get assembled there...
Prefabricate Example: Hotel Berlin
Year of construction:
April 2003
Site: Berlin
Construction period: 6
Monate
Gross floor...
Accor Hotelpark Berlin
Construction
6
Hotel Completed
7
Home for the elderly
Year of construction:
May 2004
Construction period:
4 months
Gross floor area: 5,500
m²
Gross volume:...
Home for the elderly
Completed
9
Example Plans
10
Our Process
 Our innovative prefabrication process consists of integrating the static load bearing
system (framing constr...
Location / Investment
Estimated requirements for establishing nanotechnology prefabricated element facility :
Description
...
Input / Output
Daily input requirement (at maximum capacity) :
 approx. 500 m³ natural- und raw materials such as: sand, ...
Daily production output:
Up to 2,400 m2 wall, ceiling and roof elements
Annual production output:
Approximately 200,000.00...
Cost advantages
Annual output per year of one our plants corresponds to an annual brick factory output of approx.
100 mill...
Bagasse
sugarcane
Chopped
wood
The concrete uses any fibrous materials
such as:
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Construction of
ground plate- Step 1
Step by Step construction
process
17
Reception of prefabricated
components- Step 2
18
Assembly- Step 3
19
Auxiliary devices for
assembling- Step 4
20
Final assembly-
Step 5
21
Three single family houses
completed
The expenditure of
time for the shown
assembling-work
(for a three-way-
block with an...
Engineering Cadwork
23
Profile production
Profile Development
24
Walls, roof, and floors with this
technology
25
Air conditioning with
tap water
Wall surface included air conditioning Wall cross
26
Wall/ceiling
connections
The prefabricated walls include
integrated electricity, water lines
27
Connection
Devices
28
More Connection Devices
29
Built in Parts
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Panelized Ceiling
Construction
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Walls
• Advantage: The wall
is the outer surface
are of the building at
the same time.
• Disadvantage:”Heav
y” constructio...
How does our construction method take
care of a comfortable living climate?
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35
Product Comparison
Material Additives
Molded
density Thermal conductivity
Comprehensive
Strength
[kg/m³] [W/mK] [N/mm²]
EP...
45 °C
18 °C
30,1 °C
25 cm
q q
Beton
 = 2,1 W/(mK)
 = 2400 kg/m³
U = 3,46 W/(m²K) ˆ K
q = 93,4 W/m²
45 °C
18 °C
22,8 °C
...
45 °C
18 °C
19,4 °C
25 cm
 = 0,11 W/(mK)
 = 400 kg/m³
U = 0,41 W/(m²K) ˆ K
q = 11,0 W/m²
q q
egm-Beton
Climate Control ...
Solid reasons for our construction method
Ecological Solid construction materials are made out of domestic raw
materials w...
More Assembly
Process
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  1. 1. ICNG Ecology +31 50 23 02 226 info@icng-ecology.com Made by ICNG the Netherlands with SYMTEC 1
  2. 2. Conventional prefabricated concrete elements and walls Nano colloid light concrete technology 2
  3. 3. The Material • differs itself from normal concrete because it gets a special light weight out of encapsulated air. Air encapsulations can be produced/reached by additional materials like polystyrene balls (packaged air) • For this normal concrete is used which is made out of cement, water and sand. These basic materials get won from nature. Base materials for the cement are lime and clay, which are burned with high temperatures and grinded afterwards Nano Colloid lightweight concrete 3
  4. 4. • are produced in a factory and stored there. After that they are transported to the building site and get assembled there. Out of large sized prefabricated parts walls, ceilings and roofs are made • The walls can be made out of chopped wood and bagasse. Nano colloid lightweight prefabricated component parts • By the prefabricating in the factory and very low raw densities a clear advantage concerning costs is reached compared with prefabricated parts out of normal concrete and conventional solid construction methods Nano colloid profitability 4
  5. 5. Prefabricate Example: Hotel Berlin Year of construction: April 2003 Site: Berlin Construction period: 6 Monate Gross floor area : 24.598 m² Gross volume : 71.366 m³ Number of floors : 8 Size of prefabricated elements : 3 m² - 22 m² Weight of prefabricated elements: 0,6 - 8 ton 5
  6. 6. Accor Hotelpark Berlin Construction 6
  7. 7. Hotel Completed 7
  8. 8. Home for the elderly Year of construction: May 2004 Construction period: 4 months Gross floor area: 5,500 m² Gross volume: 18,700 m³ Number of floors: 5 Size of prefabricated elements: 1 m² - 22 m² Weight of prefabricated elements: 0,3 - 10,5 to m² Walls: 6,155 m² Ceiling: 4,690 m² 8
  9. 9. Home for the elderly Completed 9
  10. 10. Example Plans 10
  11. 11. Our Process  Our innovative prefabrication process consists of integrating the static load bearing system (framing construction method) into the production process of wall, ceiling, and roof elements. In this process custom-built cold rolled iron light section elements are used. By means of our patented process, the bulk densities of our wall construction materials can be adjusted to the different structural-physical demands. Even bulk densities of 350 kg/m³ do not cause static problems!  The light structural steel frame is completely filled and enclosed by lightweight concrete. The result is a composite element with a high degree of bearing capacity and fire resistance.  Our elements are delivered by default with finished interior surfaces which do not require any additional plastering. If needed, ductwork for electrical lines, air conditioning and other equipment can be pre-installed. Window elements, steel door frames and other components are pre-installed prior to placement of concrete. 11
  12. 12. Location / Investment Estimated requirements for establishing nanotechnology prefabricated element facility : Description Production Capacity of wall and ceiling elements min. 500 m² / day** max. 3,000 m² / day ** - Site Area 25,000 m² 45,000 m² Including area for halls 7,500 m² 8,000 m² - Access to public road network - Connection to electricity supply 0.6 MW 0.8 MW - Connection to water supply - Wastewater and rain water drainage - Personnel Administration and Engineering 8 employees 10 employees Production 2x 24 employees 2x 30 employees Picking and Loading 4 employees 6 employees Transport and Assembly of elements * 12 employees 30 employees - - (Not included in the investment sum are: fees, charges, duties etc. as well as production hall with cranes, administration and social buildings) * Cost does not apply if outsourcing of these positions ** The daily production capacity can be incrased in steps of 500 m² each
  13. 13. Input / Output Daily input requirement (at maximum capacity) :  approx. 500 m³ natural- und raw materials such as: sand, tuff, pumice stone, EPS granulate, CM 500 or others  approx. 20 T steel  approx. 170 T cement  Our product only uses 30% cement  approx. 1 T chemical aggregates and other material dependent upon configuration of requirements of prefabricated houses. *The production time is set to 300 days per year, 20 hours per day. 13
  14. 14. Daily production output: Up to 2,400 m2 wall, ceiling and roof elements Annual production output: Approximately 200,000.00 m² usable residential and commercial square footage *Customized to individual customer demands 14
  15. 15. Cost advantages Annual output per year of one our plants corresponds to an annual brick factory output of approx. 100 millions bricks in standard size. The investment costs for a brick factory are approx. 35 million € and thus twice the amount of our prefabricated element facility. Advantages of Performance : Cost advantage compared to conventional construction method = 15 % Up to 45 % of total operating performance for housing construction are produced by our prefabrication. *Our product uses only 30% cement *The remaining construction is carried out by 3 qualified companies: Underground engineering (Excavation, base plate, site development: approx. 12% Shell construction ( Delivery and assembly of pre - fabricated components): approx. 50 % 15
  16. 16. Bagasse sugarcane Chopped wood The concrete uses any fibrous materials such as: 16
  17. 17. Construction of ground plate- Step 1 Step by Step construction process 17
  18. 18. Reception of prefabricated components- Step 2 18
  19. 19. Assembly- Step 3 19
  20. 20. Auxiliary devices for assembling- Step 4 20
  21. 21. Final assembly- Step 5 21
  22. 22. Three single family houses completed The expenditure of time for the shown assembling-work (for a three-way- block with any 110m² living space) is two workdays with any 7 hours 22
  23. 23. Engineering Cadwork 23
  24. 24. Profile production Profile Development 24
  25. 25. Walls, roof, and floors with this technology 25
  26. 26. Air conditioning with tap water Wall surface included air conditioning Wall cross 26
  27. 27. Wall/ceiling connections The prefabricated walls include integrated electricity, water lines 27
  28. 28. Connection Devices 28
  29. 29. More Connection Devices 29
  30. 30. Built in Parts 30
  31. 31. Panelized Ceiling Construction 31
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  33. 33. Walls • Advantage: The wall is the outer surface are of the building at the same time. • Disadvantage:”Heav y” constructions are advantageous for the static, but they have disadvantageous characteristics concerning heat insulation. Skeleton • Advantage: The (supporting) component parts are designed optimally for the static. • Disadvantage: The part of the building’s outer surface area (wall) has to be out of a different heat insulating material and has to be SYMTEC- Porolith • Advantage: The wall is the outer surface of the building at the same time. The wall (SYMTEC-porolith) is the heat insulation at the same time. The lightweight steel- structure basically takes the static Load transfer in the outer surface area of buildings using: 33
  34. 34. How does our construction method take care of a comfortable living climate? 34
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  36. 36. Product Comparison Material Additives Molded density Thermal conductivity Comprehensive Strength [kg/m³] [W/mK] [N/mm²] EPS-concrete EPS-granulate 500 0,17 1,50 600 0,22 2,50 700 0,27 3,20 800 0,33 4,00 900 0,39 4,90 1000 0,45 5,70 1100 0,50 6,40 1200 0,56 7,40 lightweight pore-concrete limestone-flour 400 0,13 2,00 flue ash/flue dust 600 0,21 4,00 pore forming material 700 0,26 6,00 800 0,32 8,00 lightweight wood-concrete wood-strands 300 0,08 0,50 400 0,11 1,50 500 0,15 2,50 600 0,20 3,75 700 0,25 5,20 36
  37. 37. 45 °C 18 °C 30,1 °C 25 cm q q Beton  = 2,1 W/(mK)  = 2400 kg/m³ U = 3,46 W/(m²K) ˆ K q = 93,4 W/m² 45 °C 18 °C 22,8 °C 25 cm q q Ziegel  = 0,45 W/(mK)  = 1000 kg/m³ U = 1,38 W/(m²K) ˆ K q = 37,3 W/m² Climate Control Comparison 37
  38. 38. 45 °C 18 °C 19,4 °C 25 cm  = 0,11 W/(mK)  = 400 kg/m³ U = 0,41 W/(m²K) ˆ K q = 11,0 W/m² q q egm-Beton Climate Control Comparison 38
  39. 39. Solid reasons for our construction method Ecological Solid construction materials are made out of domestic raw materials which saves energy and transportation costs Cost-effective Efficient shell-techniques for prefabricated wall-component parts guarantee a fast building progress. The good physical qualities make compressed construction ways possible and save expensive construction area Durable Solid construction materials resist extreme weather even without chemical protection paints. They distinguish themselves by stability and durability Stable Living space made out of solid construction materials are strong and have long repair-intervals, a high resale value and represents a considerable value for many generations. Comfortable Solid construction materials are always caring for a good living climate in summer and winter. Undisturbed The formula of the construction material is adjustable. The smaller the raw-density the better the heat protection is. High raw-densities fulfil the demands of sound protection. Safe Waterproof, frost-resistant, fire-resistant , & able to be recycled completely
  40. 40. More Assembly Process 40
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