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Wienerberger India Porotherm end user benefits

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Wienerberger India introduced Porotherm Clay Bricks which are designed to provide thermal insulation to your homes. The bricks perforations help in reducing the weight of the brick thereby making the building material easy to handle , leading to faster construction and dramatic reduction on the dead load of the building structure.
The thermal insulation property of clay as well as the perforations help in providing a healthy and comfortable indoor temperature at all seasons.

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Wienerberger India Porotherm end user benefits

  1. 1. Porotherm Clay Bricks Wienerberger India
  2. 2. Wienerberger Wienerberger group is the World's largest producer of clay (terracotta) building bricks and Nr. 1 in the clay roof market in Europe. The group also holds leading positions in pavers in Europe with a total of 221 plants in 30 countries. Wienerberger countries Emerging Markets for Wienerberger Wienerberger HO @ Vienna, Austria
  3. 3. Wienerberger India – Factory Pictures
  4. 4. Wienerberger in India – Showroom @ 88/4 Richmond Road, Bangalore 560025
  5. 5. Wienerberger product portfolio 5 Wall Roof Facade Landscaping
  6. 6. Wall Solution: Porotherm Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks 6
  7. 7. What is Porotherm? 7 Under the brand POROTHERM, Wienerberger India has been producing Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks used for masonry walls Porotherm Clay Brick is an innovative product especially developed for the changing climates assisting in keeping indoors comfortable & pleasant. The product is innovated considering the most positive deliverables for a walling material to contribute as : • A natural product providing quality construction • Light weight • Cooler brick • Ease to handle • High strength This makes Porotherm no ordinary brick. Made of Clay, combined with these features, make the brick an ideal walling material to promote comfortable indoor temperature in the house. The Product has also been rated by IGBC – The Indian Green Building Council & GRIHA (Green Rating for Integrated Habitat Assessment) & used by many…
  8. 8. Porotherm HP & Electrical Wiring... 8 Chasing, Chiseling similar to other conventional bricks/ blocks Electrical Conduit
  9. 9. Porotherm HP : Effectively used for Bathroom walls 9 Plumbing & Load Fixing
  10. 10. Porotherm HP & Load Fixing 10 Light : Eg. Towel rod, Mirror, Light fitting etc. Medium : Eg. Geyser, Kitchen Cabinet, Kitchen chimney etc. Heavy : Eg. Over hang Cupboard, Granite slab etc. Light Loads: To be fixed by wooden peg (A usual conventional method as adopted in all walling materials) Medium & Heavy Loads: To be fixed using Rack bolts or sleeve anchors
  11. 11. Porotherm HP : Installing Geyser (Medium load) 11 Branded Sleeve inserted Screws fixed in branded plugs Geyser Plate fixed Geyser fixed
  12. 12. Wienerberger Support – Ensuring Quality Construction 12 Be rest assured of your choice for the project developer is a reputed & highly quality conscious developer who will ensure skilled labor for all related activities. Moreover, Wienerberger provides regular site support. Our Engineers @ site
  13. 13. Portherm HP : On going Projects (Reference) 13
  14. 14. Portherm HP : On Going Projects (Reference) 14 Builder: Krishna Enterprises Project Name: Shelton Location: Bangalore
  15. 15. Portherm HP : On Going Projects (Reference) 15 Builder: Krishna Enterprises Project Name: Shelton Location: Bangalore
  16. 16. Portherm HP : On Going Projects (Reference) 16 Builder: Krishna Enterprises Project Name: Northwood Location: Bangalore
  17. 17. Portherm HP : On Going Projects (Reference) 17 Builder: Godrej Properties Project Name: Godrej Platinum (Leed Rated Residential Apartment) Location: Bangalore
  18. 18. Portherm HP : On Going Projects (Reference) 18 Builder: Nitesh Estate Project Name: Caesar’s Palace Location: Bangalore
  19. 19. Portherm HP : On Going Projects (Reference) 19 Builder: Nitesh Estate Project Name: Caesar’s Palace Location: Bangalore
  20. 20. Portherm HP : On Going Projects (Reference) 20 Builder: Nitesh Estate Project Name: Columbus Square Location: Bangalore
  21. 21. Portherm HP : On Going Projects (Reference) 21 Builder: SJR Corp Project Name: Watermark Location: Bangalore
  22. 22. Portherm HP : On Going Projects (Reference) 22 Builder: Habitat Ventures Project Name: Habitat Crest (Vilaments) Location: Bangalore http://property.sulekha.com/habitat-crest-features-in-whitefield- bangalore http://www.investinnest.com/b-habitat-crest-bangalore.htm Habitat Crest
  23. 23. Portherm HP : On Going Projects (Reference) 23 Habitat Aster Builder: Habitat Ventures Project Name: Habitat Aster Location: Bangalore http://www.commonfloor.com/habitat-aster-bangalore/povp-v1abf0
  24. 24. Portherm HP : On Going Projects (Reference) 24 Builder: Sattava Salrpuria Project Name: Senorita Location: Bangalore http://www.sattvagroup.in/pages/proj ects/residential/senorita/progress.ht ml
  25. 25. Portherm HP : On Going Projects (Reference) May 22, 2014 Product Presentation:Wienerberger India 25 Builder: Sattava Salrpuria Project Name: Magnificia Location: Bangalore http://www.sattvagroup.in/pages/projects/residential/magnificia/spe cification.html
  26. 26. Portherm HP : On Going Projects (Reference) 26 Builder: Wright Spaces Project Name: The Grove Location: Bangalore http://www.indiahomes.com/india-properties/Bangalore- Real-Estate/Wright-Spaces/The-Grove/Sarjapur- Road/364968777761000353.html
  27. 27. Portherm HP : Completed Projects (Reference) May 22, 2014 Product Presentation:Wienerberger India 27 Supplied to over 700 projects across South India
  28. 28. SJR: Crystal Cove (Completed) May 22, 2014 Product Presentation:Wienerberger India 28 http://www.investinnest.com/b-sjr-crystal-cove-electronic-city- bangalore.htm
  29. 29. Wienerberger Clients – India School of Business, Hyderabad Porotherm Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks Project Name: Indian School of Business Type: Institutional building Contractor: JayPee Contractors Architect: Inform Architects Location: Hyderabad Area: 100,000+ Sft
  30. 30. Portherm HP : Project (Now completed)) 30 Builder: Goel Ganga Project Name: Ganga Vertica Location: Bangalore http://property.magicbricks.com/microsi te/buy/goel-ganga-group/
  31. 31. Wienerberger Clients – Jayanagar National College, Bangalore Porotherm Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks Customer Name: Jayanagar National College Type: Educational Institute Wall Area: 45,000 Sft Architect: Harsha Designs Structural Engineer: Design Consultant & Commercial Agency Location: Bangalore
  32. 32. Wienerberger Clients – Edify School, Bangalore Porotherm Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks Project Name: Edify School Type: Institutional Building Wall Area: 100,000 Sft Contractor: Shilpa Enterprises Architect: Harsha Designs Location: Bangalore
  33. 33. Wienerberger Clients – Orchid Gardenia(Apartments), Bangalore Porotherm Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks Customer Name: NR Green Wood Constructions Pvt Ltd Project Name: Orchid Gardenia Type: Residential Apartment Contractor: In house Architect: Shubham Architects Location: Bangalore Wall Area: 165,000 Sft
  34. 34. Wienerberger Clients – (Apartments), Bangalore Porotherm Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks Builder Name: Sapna Deepam Developers Type: Apartment Building Contractor: In house Architect: Fountain head Wall Area: 100,000 Sft Location: Cunnigham Rd,Bangalore
  35. 35. Wienerberger Clients – Sai Krishna (Apartments), Bangalore Porotherm Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks Builder Name: Sowparnika Projects Project Name: Sai Krishna Apartment Type: Residential Apartment Wall Area: 180,000 Sft Contractor: In house Architect: SDeG Architecture Structural Engg: Eco Consultants Location: Bangalore
  36. 36. Wienerberger Clients – Omkar Pearl (Apartments), Bangalore Porotherm Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks Builder Name: Pinnacle Developers Project Name: Omkar Pearl Type: Residential Apartmen Location: Bangalore
  37. 37. Wienerberger Clients – Legacy Dimora (Apartments), Bangalore Porotherm Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks Builder Name: Legacy Group Project Name: Legacy Dimora Type: Villa style apartments Wall Area: 150,000 Sft Structural Consult: Eco Consultants Architect: DFA Architects Location: Bangalore
  38. 38. Wienerberger Clients – Mysore Royal Academy, Mysore Porotherm Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks Builder Name: Mysore Royal Academy Type: Institution Wall Area: 60,000 Sft Contractor: Shreeman Constructions Architect: Architecture Paradigam Structural Conslt: Manjunatha Consultants Location: Mysore
  39. 39. Wienerberger Clients – Raheja Pebble Bay (Apartments), Bangalore Porotherm Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks Builder Name: Advantage Raheja Project Name: Pebble Bay Type: Residential Apartment Wall Area: 700,000 Sft Contractor: Gammon India Architect: Vijay Raheja Structural Const: Prasad Consultants Location: Bangalore
  40. 40. Wienerberger Clients – VIVA Mall (Retail), KG Road, Bangalore Porotherm Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks Builder Name: SJR Corp Project Name: Viva Mall Type: Retail Wall Area: 20,000 Sft Structural Const: Manjunath Consultants Location: Bangalore
  41. 41. Wienerberger Clients – Quasitum Intelli (Commercial), Bangalore Porotherm Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks Client Name: Quasitum Intelli software pvt ltd Type: Commercial- IT Park Wall Area: 60,000 Sft Contractors: Opus India developers Architects: Fluid Space Architects Location: Bangalore
  42. 42. Wienerberger Clients – Ramanyam, Aurovil (Apartments), Chennai Porotherm Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks Builder Name: Ramaniyam Project Name: Aurovil Type: Residential Apartments Wall Area: 170,000 Sft Contractor: In house Architect: In house Location: Chennai
  43. 43. Wienerberger Clients – Ramaniyam Gaurav - (Apartments), Chennai Porotherm Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks Builder Name: Ramaniyam Project Name: Gaurav Type: Residential Apartments Wall Area: 230,000 Sft Contractor: In house Architect: In house Location: Sholinganallur
  44. 44. Wienerberger Clients – Ramaniyam Lalitha (Apartments), Chennai Porotherm Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks Builder Name: Ramaniyam Project Name: Lalitha Type: Residential Apartments Wall Area: 30,000 Sft Contractor: In house Architect: In house Location: Chennai
  45. 45. Wienerberger Clients – Vasanth Pura (Independent House), Bangalore Porotherm Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks Builder Name: Individual House Location: Bangalore
  46. 46. Wienerberger Clients – Doddabalapur (Independent House) Porotherm Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks Builder Name: Individual House Wall Area: 15,000 Sft Location: Doddabalapur, near Bangalore
  47. 47. Wienerberger Clients – JP Nagar, Bangalore (Independent House) Porotherm Horizontally Perforated Clay Bricks Builder Name: Individual House Wall Area: 10,000 Sft Architect: JN Associates Contractor: Prakash Consultants Location: Bangalore
  48. 48. Wienerberger’s Porotherm Clay Bricks promote green building…
  49. 49. Wienerberger’s Porotherm Clay Bricks promote green building… Why is Porotherm Green? Wienerberger India has always believed in the concepts of sustainability through all its endeavors, right from procuring raw materials, to the production methodology and the products that we offer, are all bound by principles of sustainability. Some of the initiatives in this respect includes: 1) Disilting of Clay Tanks 2) Use of locally available products 3) Use of byproducts from other industries 4) Efficient use of Biomass & other environmentally friendly fuels in manufacturing Apart from these, we continuously recycle heat & energy in the production process and systematically adopt various conservation projects in our plant on a regular basis. Wienerberger products (Porotherm HP, THERMOBRICK) has been rated by the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) & GRIHA (Green Rating For Integrated Habitat Assessment) developed by TERI (The Energy and Resource Institute) two of the premium institutes dealing with green building in India. The IGBC-LEED rating system has been developed based on guidelines of USGBC and promoted by CII – Confederation Of Indian Industries. We are happy to inform that POROTHERM HP Clay bricks are rated by IGBC under following criteria’s: • Energy Efficiency : Lower ‘U’ values assure better thermal insulation thus providing comfortable indoor climate – reduce energy demand for air conditioning • ‘U’ Value : 1.0 W/m²K • Material with Recycled Content : • Raw Material used are industrial waste or recycled materials – thus save on natural resources Eg. coal ash, rice husk, granite slurry etc. • Regional Material : Factory to site distance < 400km • In addition we use De-silted Clay from dead water tanks GRIHA Green Rating For Integrated Habitat Assessment is a rating system developed considering Indian Climate Zones and inhabitants requirements indigenously. It is developed to rate commercial, Institutional and Residential buildings in India, emphasizing national environmental concerns, regional climatic conditions and locally available solutions.
  50. 50. Wienerberger’s Porotherm Clay Bricks promote green building… Indian School of Business (Institution), Hyderabad LEED Rating : Gold Project Name: Indian School of Business Type: Institutional building Contractor: JayPee Contractors Architect: Inform Architects Location: Hyderabad Wall Area: 100,000+ Sft
  51. 51. Wienerberger’s Porotherm Clay Bricks promote green building… Indian School of Business (Case Study) The Housing Tower One [HT 1] is a 20 storied LEED Gold [NC] certified Residential building in the ISB campus at Gachibowli, Hyderabad. The plan comprises of two apartments on each floor, connected by the main and service cores and separated by an inner courtyard. This planning strategy enables the two cores to contribute significantly to the structural stability of the tower and makes it possible to have large cantilevered balconies, structured with vierendeel girders with end verticals. Each apartment has large balcony / terrace spaces that create a varying rhythm on the facade allowing one to go beyond the “extruded elevation” so typical of high rise apartments. The aesthetic of the building is derived from functional and creative moves that are intrinsic to the planning rather than an external application of elements. The concrete mix design ensures early strength to structural elements to minimize shuttering stripping time and Porotherm Hollow Clay Bricks provided quality walls at enhanced productivity – saves time The building responds to the local climate by orientation and thermal mass and at the same time, it relates to the main campus by way of its strong massing and color scheme. The building achieves its green status through the deployment of pre-dominantly passive means – UPVC windows with performance glass, rain water harvesting, water-saving fixtures, solar energy, efficient walls – POROTHERM, effective cross ventilation and adequate natural lighting. Housing Tower One is a sustainable tall green building with quality residential and social spaces that encourages responsible living and social interaction amongst its community LEED Rating : Gold
  52. 52. Wienerberger’s Porotherm Clay Bricks promote green building… Project Name: Puma Store Type: Retail Outlet Architect: Studio DeCode Location: Bangalore Wall Area: 4250 Sft PUMA has launched their first sustainable store in Bangalore, India making it an exceptional retail experience. It is the first one globally that will revolutionize the concept of retail spaces. The 800 sq meters space has been designed in a way where every element has been locally developed and sourced. It incorporates a number of revolutionary and innovative design strategies to ensure significant energy savings and environmentally friendly practices. The lower levels serve as a retail area and a ‘PUMA Social Club’ cafe and bar is located on the upper floor and terrace. Puma Store (Retail Outlet), Bangalore
  53. 53. Wienerberger’s Porotherm Clay Bricks promote green building… Puma Store (Case Study – As Published), Bangalore The sustainable features of the store include: • Recycled steel from old DVD players, bicycles and tiffin boxes to construct the building. • Porotherm bricks used to construct the shell of the building which have been made using silt from the lakes in Kunigal. • The highly insulated building shell allows for cooling without an air conditioning unit. • The Store’s roof garden keeps the building insulated from the direct heat of the sun and the plants lower the temperature. • More than 90% of the interior spaces in the store have direct access to natural daylight. • The artificial lighting used in the store is energy efficient with fewer watts being consumed for the same lumen output. • Cooled air is taken from the earth 12ft below AFF through an air tunnel as it is equal to the average ambient temperature. • The sustainable PUMA Store is 100% solar-powered as solar photovoltaic cells provide 10,384 kwh units of energy per year. • Under Floor Air Distribution helps to save energy. This system works on the principle that air in any particular space needs to be cooled only for the first eight feet from the floor because currents cause hot air to rise automatically while cool air remains at the bottom. • The furniture and fixtures in the store are made of recycled wood, while low VOC paint has been used to paint the walls of the store. • Occupancy sensors provide automatic on/ off control so that lights are used only when the room is occupied. .
  54. 54. Wienerberger’s Porotherm Clay Bricks promote green building… Geojit BNP Paribas’ Green Building, Corporate office @ Kochi Project Name: Geojit BNP Paribas Type: Commercial Building Leed Consultant: M. SELVARASU Location: Kochi Porotherm Bricks Used: Over 140,000 The landmark building is constructed keeping in mind the environmental health, sustainability and the comfort of the occupants. It focuses on efficient energy management and low water consumption and will generate less waste materials, thus creating a space for a healthy work environment. The building that boasts of 1,04,580sqft area is expected to consume 25% less energy than other conventional buildings.
  55. 55. It has incorporated spectrally selected high performance windows, Porotherm clay bricks, efficient air conditioning equipment and low energy consuming lighting fixtures. The windows, which are few in numbers, are carefully positioned so that they provide ample daytime light in the perimeter areas and at the same time reduce the total heat gain in the building. The external walls of the building are built with 20cm thick Porotherm clay bricks & Other sizes for internal walls, which have a better u-value than conventional clay /solid / fly-ash / cement mortar bricks. The glass windows are double glazed units (DGU) having 6mm air gap between the two layers of glass with SHGC 0.22, while the exposed roof, especially the top floor roof, is insulated with 20mm thick thermocol under-deck insulation. The use of efficient water cooled chillers in the building help reduces the energy load on air-conditioning. The ventilation system is designed to provide 30% more fresh air than ASHARE 62.1:2004 standards, thus improving the indoor environment quality and occupant well being. All air handling units are equipped with Variable Speed Drives (VSD) and MERV (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value). To save on energy consumption, the building is fitted with occupancy sensors in non-regularly occupied areas and has an average LPD (Lighting Power Density) of 0.65 watts / sqft. In the building interior, all light fixtures are LED based. The building does not use any lighting for façade and use only full cut off lamps for exterior illumination. In addition, all computers are energy efficient and TFT monitors are used. Also installed are treated fresh air units (TFA) with heat recovery wheel which will enable the building to maintain the desired fresh air quantity as well as reduce its energy consumption. The TFA system is based on demand control ventilation that regulates the amount of fresh air admitted to each occupied place, depending on CO2 level sensed through sensors placed in all occupied areas. Geojit BNP Paribas’ Kochi (Case Study As Published)
  56. 56. This leads to greater energy conservation and efficient management of the TFA. To ensure the good environmental quality and safeguard the building occupants’ health, only low emitting materials are used, like low VOC paints, adhesives & sealants and all engineered wood free from urea formaldehyde resins. Water sustainability too is an area that was focused on. The new building has rainwater harvesting facility, low flow dual-flush toilets and other water efficient fixtures. Most of the construction debris was reused or recycled to leave minimal imprint on the environment. Geojit BNP Paribas met all the seven points of prerequisites to apply for LEED rating under various categories like sustainable sites, water efficiency, energy, materials & resources and indoor environment quality. Geojit BNP Paribas team is looking forward to setting a new landmark in Kochi, continuing its tradition of caring for the welfare of its customers, employees and the environment.
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