BoroZyme Technologies ( Enzyme based Sun-Dried Bricks and Earthen House building)

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BoroZyme Technologies ( Enzyme based Sun-Dried Bricks and Earthen House building)

  1. 1. BOROŹYME TECHNOLOGiES Presents BOROŹYME ¦ B ‘DBV-1’ Concept Presentation on : Enzyme Stabilized Mud (Earthen) Construction. Nucleation Center Marketed by Large-Scale Production
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION. BORON INNOVATIONS PVT. LTD., Bhavnagar is an identity created by panel of high qualified specialized scientists, whose aim is to protect and deliver the environment, with Nucleation Center at CHARUSAT University & Large - Scale production at DHARA BIOTECH, innovative Enzymes Technology has been developed for disposal of sewage wastes, making earthen roads and constructing low cost earthen mud houses. Company’s Vision is to make this technology reach ‘the common people’. Go Green With Bio-Enzymes
  3. 3. Enzyme Stabilized Mud (Earthen) Construction  Modern building industry dealing with providing shelter comprises of using materials such as “Fired/burned/fused bricks”, “Cement” and “Steel” to produce rock solid buildings, at an astronomically rising cost, mainly due to the cost of producing the above mentioned products. Moreover, the buildings constructed from these materials are major energy guzzlers requiring energy to COOL, HEAT AND ILLUMINATE.  EARTHEN BUILDINGS HAVE BEST INSULATION AGAINST HEAT AND COLD.Go Green With Bio-Enzymes
  4. 4. What is an Enzyme? An Enzyme is a Protein originating from a bacteria, fungus, plant or animal that acts as a catalyst to speed up a chemical reaction.
  5. 5.  Enzyme stabilization is commonly demonstrated by termites and ants. Various Enzymes performing multiple tasks will work to make bonds between minerals in the water and soil, aid in the creation of van der vaals forces between clay particles and aid in the removal of water between soil particles, giving better compaction and strength.
  6. 6. BRICK ENZYME & SOIL SEALINGS BoroŹyme¦B is an innovation which converts natural common earth in to a quality brick without baking the same in the special furnace. This innovation will fulfill the dream of a common man who wants to own his OWN house. The Government authorised laboratory had certified that these bricks are having better compressive strength. All type of earth can be used to make these bricks. These bricks can be used by the people who are deprived of basic living amenities / tribal by using their home yard earthen material. The material cost of this brick is very less and can be made with help of handmade reusable mould. The process do not requires skilled labour and bricks can be made by self work. The house constructed by these bricks do not requires cement, concrete, limestone etc. The wonder enzyme can be used for flooring, construction and plaster. After applying waterproofing spray on the surface one can have an economically constructed beautiful OWN
  7. 7.  One can make hollow block from the same material as it adds to heat insulation properties. The other uses are compound walls, side walls, outer walls, dusting control, better abrasion resistant etc. An unskilled labour can make bricks from waste land and this can create a huge possibility of self employment in rural areas of India where farm labours remain idle in non crop season.
  8. 8. Enzyme Stabilized Mud (Earthen) Construction Mud has been used as a construction building material for the last 10000 years. Mud offers the same versatility in construction offered by burnt clay bricks/blocks, and then even more. Offers to save up to 658kg of Carbon dioxide emissions per 100 sq. foot of construction.
  9. 9. Enzyme Stabilized Mud (Earthen) Construction  BOROŹYME ¦ B DBV-1 enzyme stabilized Mud blocks are cast in either:  adobe method if the soil is permitting or  using a press to make compressed earth blocks.
  10. 10. Enzyme Stabilized Mud (Earthen) ConstructionManual Adobe block mould Compressed Earth block press and mould
  11. 11. Enzyme Stabilized Mud (Earthen) Construction  BOROŹYME ¦ B DBV-1 enzyme stabilized Earthen Hollow blocks cast with already available machines in Nigeria
  12. 12.  DBV-1 stabilized Earthen Hollow blocks cast with already available machines in Nigeria
  13. 13.  Mud is mixed with DBV-1 and sufficient water and allowed to incubate until homogenous wetting and plasticity is achieved
  14. 14. BoroŹyme¦B DBV-1’ Showing Enzyme
  15. 15. Pour enzyme in bucket
  16. 16. Spread enzyme with water over soil with bucket
  17. 17. Wetting Soil. Add water and allow to seep into the soil. Allowthe soil to wet for a minimum of 24 hours for a uniform wetting.
  18. 18. Mud is mixed with DBV-1and sufficient water and allowed toincubate untilhomogenous wetting and plasticity is achieved
  19. 19. Cutting and mixing soil. This will ensure there are no dry zonesin the mix. Also if moisture is too high or low, water should beadjusted to allow molding property of soil.
  20. 20. Making bricks in molds: take plastic soiland throw into mold.
  21. 21. Making bricks in molds:Ensure all edges andcorners are properlyfilled with mud beforeremoving the mold fromaround the shaped brick.If shaped brick is losingshape after removalfrom mold, there is toomuch water in the soiland soil needs to bedried a litter before using.
  22. 22. Earth mixed with water and DBV-1 soil stabilizationenzyme cast into desired sized blocks.
  23. 23. Earth mixed with water and DBV-1 soil stabilizationenzyme cast into desired sized blocks.
  24. 24. Earth mixed with water and DBV-1 soil stabilizationenzyme cast into desired sized blocks.
  25. 25. Adobe blocks cast and set to dry for 1-3 days
  26. 26. Dry bricks
  27. 27.  All construction presently follow codes and guidelines set by ASTM – E2392, Standard Guide for Design of Earthen Wall Building Systems
  28. 28. Prior to any construction a proper base using stone orburnt clay bricks has to be prepared
  29. 29. Concrete with reinforced steel is used to add extra strength tothe base of the construction to allow for resistance toEarthquakes (As per Building construction codes)
  30. 30. Foundation built for a home of 22’ x 17’, with one partition wallto provide for two rooms. Plinth taken 1’ above highestrecorded flood line
  31. 31.  A plastic sheet is placed on the concrete to further ensure no water via capillary action seeps into the earthen wall. Enzyme stabilized blocks are then placed onto the base, stuck to each other using mortar made from the same earth used to cast the blocks
  32. 32.  Enzyme stabilized blocks are now placed the same way conventional red clay burnt bricks are laid to construct a wall, the difference being they are stuck to each other using mortar made from the same earth used to cast the blocks.
  33. 33.  Enzyme stabilized blocks are now placed the same way conventional red clay burnt bricks are laid to construct a wall, the difference being they are stuck to each other using mortar made from the same earth used to cast the blocks
  34. 34.  Earthen Mortar used to cement the earthen blocks to each other
  35. 35.  Top coping made of concrete reinforced with steel bars. Arrangement to get slope to adjust roofing
  36. 36.  Water proofing application onto the earthen walls
  37. 37.  Post water proofing the basic structure is ready for outfitting of electrical and plumbing lines and any cosmetic work such as plasters.
  38. 38. Smooth Plasters on walls
  39. 39.  Rough Plasters on walls
  40. 40.  Low Cost House Extension
  41. 41.  Low Cost House under Construction
  42. 42. Finished Building
  43. 43. Hi-class Finished Building
  44. 44. Enzyme bricks Cement plastered - Finished
  45. 45.  Finished Building Interior
  46. 46.  Floors stabilized with Enzymes and Sealants
  47. 47.  The constructed building can be fitted with windows and doors of choice. The finished surfaces can be painted with any colour of choice or can be left unpainted to enjoy the natural colour of the earth. Floorings, light-fittings, and plumbing is all done the same way as in any other constructed buildings.
  48. 48. To Make Materials required to make the basic building without interiors: As per conventional methods prevalent in India: Building to be Roofed with with RCC slabs.1. cement 5042.13 kg2. sand 17748.80 kg3. stone 620.91 kg4. baked bricks 18931 No.
  49. 49. To Make: Materials required to make the basic building without interiors: Building Building to be Roofed with with RCC slabs.1. cement 1385.36 kg2. sand 4890.42 kg3. stone 620.91 kg4. baked bricks 5092 No.5. mud 46.64 cu.meter6. enzyme DBV-1 14 liter7. Polymer based water sealant 22liters Items 1-3 are used in foundation and roofing only
  50. 50. Test Report:
  51. 51. PROJECT COLLABORATORS Go Green With Bio-Enzymes www.boroninnovations.comcontact@boroninnovations.com Skype: boroninnovations +91-990-451-4703 Thank You and have a pleasant GREEN-DAY ahead..!!

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