Again and again we are asked how high are the costs and quality in relation to the construction techniques used today? This question is not explained in one sentence, nor can it be illustrated in a simple table - why not? A construction method is composed of many individual elements Which materials are used? How high is the quality standard? Higher space utilization How high are the service charges How expensive is the working time Energy costs Property costs Funding costs … and much more besides How important is the value of your building after completion to you? CO 2 footprint Quality of living Isolation Maintenance costs Longevity Non-combustible Earthquake safe Safe against strong winds Excellent appearance of the building even after many decades Good saleability of the building Good rentability of the building We would like to use a few examples to guide you in determining the considerable advantages for your location and business model.
First a short description of the SOTA-DOMUS-PANEL: Size 3m high - - up to 6m 1.3m wide - up to 6m Thickness variable up to 265mm Surface courses UHPC ( U ltra H igh P erformance C oncrete) - due to its high density structure, MIT comes to the conclusion that UHPC is one of the most durable materials in the World- many 1000 years . Cast in high performance honeycomb support scaffold - load capacity 200 ton/m² Integrated high-performance insulating foam, non-flammable Insulation lambda 0.021 W/(mK) Thermal conductivity Each honeycomb cell hermetically encloses the insulating foam, so that a complete moisture penetration of the panel is absolutely impossible. The cover layers are absolutely waterproof and the water penetration depth cannot be measured. This avoids a damp exterior. The top layers are coloured with mineral pigments. Mineral surface layers do not change by sunlight. A recoating is never necessary. As the surface layers do not absorb moisture, vegetation is avoided for a long time without the use of highly toxic pesticides and herbicides. The extremely compact design of the panels results in an insulation of 0.21W / (mK) from a panel thickness of 112mm. Panel thickness 165mm 0.14 W / (mK) Panel thickness 215mm 0.11 W / (mK) Panel thickness 265mm 0.09 W / (mK)
Building System
Requires additional Insulation
Needs Scaffolding
Needs Plaster
Needs toxic Paint
Production Time
Thickness of a λ of 0.14W / (mK)
Weight of a λ of 0.14W / (mK)
SOTA-DOMUS
Hollow-Bricks
Brick-Wall
Concrete Precast Wall
Wooden Rack-System
no
no
no
no
very short
150mm
45kg/m²
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
long
very long
long
very long
420mm
400kg/m²
380mm
460mm
400mm
380kg/m²
430kg/m²
210kg/m²
Summary: The comparison here is certainly not complete, but even here you can see the absolute superiority of the SOTA-DOMUS material. A very important feature, besides the excellent insulation, short assembly time and the non-existent maintenance costs, is the compact construction and the weight. Especially in building construction, the slim panels result in considerable gains in floor space, which significantly increases the number of living spaces. This increase in space, coupled with super insulation and the absence of maintenance costs, leads to significant added value. Further savings are achieved by the low weight, which results in considerably lower foundation and static element costs, especially in building construction. FACTOR 10 From the comparison presented here it becomes clear where the FACTOR 10 comes from 10 times faster 10 times cheaper 10 times more durable 10 times less material 10 times less CO 2 footprint and much more
SOTA-DOMUS construction versus conventional construction
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