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Hydroloc Presentation1b1

  1. 1. Basement System
  2. 2. What it is …
  3. 3. Secure •Completely waterproof •Non-biodegradable •Completely recyclable materials, 100% Green •Impervious to All Liquids (Hydrochloric Acid) / all gasses (Radon), and all insects •Materials will not support mould or mildew •Polymer is actually food-safe
  4. 4. Warm •Insulated to remain cool or warm. R14 as Thermal Wall and can be increased to R40 •25% less loss of heat with Thermal Wall •Regular wall can be easily insulated by batts or spray foam.
  5. 5. Quick •Very easy to run plumbing or electrical wire in walls. •Installation time calculated in hours instead of days. •Can be installed by contractor using standard construction site equipment. •No forms needed for walls! •Ready for drywall.
  6. 6. Strong •Superior in seismic events. This has resiliency and will not crack. •Many times stronger than a 8” concrete wall. •Steel Studs in place ready to carry house loads that can exceed 4,000 lbs. linear ft.
  7. 7. Hydroloc Exterior Finishes Hydroloc Elastomeric Acrylic Finish provides a protective weathering membrane in a pre-colored, extremely durable, fade and mildew resistant coating. The industry’s highest levels of 100% Acrylic Polymer ensures un-matched resistance to surface cracking unlike standard finishes. An unlimited selection of colors (over 10,000) in four distinct aggregate choices create a wide variety of texture opportunities from the heaviest southwest stucco to the more contemporary sand finish. Maximum Crack Coverage & Bridging Abilities Breathable (WVT) = 13 Perms Average Calcium - Marble Aggregates (Prevents Rust) No Silica Sand Coating Integrity - Exceeds 30 Year Exposure Comprehensive ASTM Third Party Testing America’s First Elastomeric Acrylic Finish 500 Million Feet in Service World Wide Equally Effective Regardless of Climate (-70° to 180° F F) Class A Fire Rated New Construction, Retrofit or Repair Non-biodegradable
  8. 8. Concrete – Environmental Aspects •Major producer of CO2 – Almost 1 tonne for every tonne of cement produced. (1) This works out to about 200 kg for every tonne of concrete. This represents about 7% of the worlds CO2 production. (2) •The NO x emissions from Canadian cement kilns range from 1.5 to 9.5 kg/tonne of clinker (3) 1 Klein, Manfred and Donald Rose, “Development of CME National Emission Guidelines for Cement Kilns” in CANMET/ACZ International Symposium on Sustainable Development of the Cement and Concrete Industry, editor V.M. Malhotra, Ottawa, October 1998, pp. 16-30. 2. Malhotra, V.M., “Making Concrete “Greener” with Fly Ash”, in Concrete International, Vol. 21, No. 5, May 1999, pp. 61-66. 3. Klein, Manfred and Donald Rose, “Development of CME National Emission Guidelines for Cement Kilns” in CANMET/ACZ International Symposium on Sustainable Development of the Cement and Concrete Industry, editor V.M. Malhotra, Ottawa, October 1998, pp. 16-30. Taken from ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF CONCRETE: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS by T. W. Bremner, Ph.D., P.Eng.
  9. 9. Cost Competitive •Savings in time translate to savings in money. Saves at least a week in building cycle. •Regular 8’ wall is less than the a regular 8” concrete wall and less than ICF in price. •Thermal wall is competitive or less than ICF.
  10. 10. The foundation is maintenance free Giving years of enjoyment.
  11. 11. Canadian Installation

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