Techno Innovation of the DoorsPresentation Transcript
TECHNO-INNOVATION of the DOORS
4 Eco-Friendly Design
Producing with less raw materials
and less energy
The dematerialization in Nature In Nature the minimum needed is related to a proportion of beauty
Why to dematerialize? WORLD POPULATION RESOURCES Today, the 20% of the world population consumes more than the 80% of the resources. 20% 80 %
If the 80% of the world population consumed the same quantity of resources of the developed countries (about the 20% of the world population) 4 Earth would be necessary to satisfy everybody’s needs.
By reducing the use of raw materials it is possible to diminish the energetic consumption involved in the production processes. In this way, there would be more resources available for the 80% of the world population.
Planning products by using recyclable materials that can be easily broken up at the end of their life cycle
Why to recycle to recycle?
In Nature substances circulate, are transformed, get reabsorbed and reused.
At the same time, the man has to reduce the amount of waste by favoring the reuse and recycling the materials, also because the resources at our disposal are limited.
The effects of building up rubbish Pechino: a river of rubbish
3. REDUCTION OF TOXIC EMISSIONS
Use of 0 emission-materials and reduction of the polluting substances both in the production and in the consumption phase
Toxic emissions from factories
Why to reduce the toxic emissions?
The air we breathe is polluted by the industrial activity. Also in the environment, however, the air is polluted by toxic substances given off by the varnishes and the glues used in the furniture.
4. LONG LASTING
Technical : extreme resistance to knocks, water, heat and steam
Aesthetical : search for elements beyond fashion
Why to guarantee long-lasting products?
Reducing the environmental impact means to plan long-lasting products In fact, by extending the product life-cycle the consumption of raw materials and energy necessary for its replacement diminishes
Door with structural loom in aluminum and a 5mm thick aesthetic panel
1st layered laminated door in the world made in wood
1st door extremely resistant to water, heat and steam
Frame in aluminum completely glossed over for a kitchen with pure volumes
Frame in aluminum made with a screw-free welding system
High resistance to torsion that enables to create elements of huge dimensions
Door with structural loom in aluminum and a 2mm thick aesthetic panel
1st door in the world in solid aluminum
=>1st door in the world 2mm thick and made of glass
=> 90% less trees cut
A door designed to be 100% recyclable
Possibility to deform the door’s surface
Creation of aesthetic effects that remind of nature and satisfy the personal taste
Dematerialization of the door Structural frame in aluminium designed to have minimum size walls, maintaining high solidity standards Aesthetic panel only 2mm thick, made with the technological processes typical of the car industry LAMINATED DOOR VALCUCINE - 86% of materials used than in the chipboard door CHIPBOARD DOOR
Door & Frame
Recyclability of the door The screws have been eliminated and substituted with pivots in aluminium in order to have a solid product Megol Rubber 100% recyclable