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Light, Green & Well-Insulated
Why Use Lightweight Insulation Blocks?
Lightweight Insulation Blocks are green & toxic free
Our lightweight insulation blocks are made from recycled LCD glass, which do not contain any toxic byproducts such as asbestos and formaldehyde. The blocks are certified as non-combustible, sound proofing, and heat resistant construction material. In addition, the blocks reduce up to 50% of the average weight of partition walls, ceiling blocks, and fire doors, yet they are classified as eco-efficient building material.
Structural Charateristics and Composition
The main components of the lightweight insulation block are cement and glass panel (cocntaining silicon oxide and aluminum oxide).
Alumina is one of the main components in rubies and sapphires. Both gems are tough and durable, which are used in precision cutting and the brake systems of high-speed railyway.
A component like silicon oxide has a low cofficient point of expansion with high Mohs scale of mineral hardness. In addition, it has low thermal conductivity which is great for a heat-resistant material.
A honeycomb structure is formed after combining this "difficult-to-obtain" materail with cement, and its use in construction material, sound proof material, and fire-prevention material becomes a new breakthrough and elevates the construction works to another level.
The lightweight insulation wall is made with light steel and the lightweight insulation blocks. The blocks are made of room-temperature foam materials, consisting cement and silica sand that are treated with micronization.
The honeycomb structure contains high sound-proof and fire-protection features, which are achieved mainly through the air spheres that are contained in the numerous independent pores. Also, the lightweight insulation blocks are made of inorganic materials, which do not produce any toxic or harmful gas while burning.
Not only the weight of the insulation block is one-sixth of a red brick, it also reduces noise to the tune of 42-53db. Finally, after the insulation block is being burnt under 2000°F for 3 hours, the back of the block only reaches 200°F.
The insulation block not only achieves a light wegiht of the overall structure, it also meets the needs of home quietness and security.
Comparison of Commonly-Used Partition Walls
|Types of Wall||Reinforced Concrete Wall (RC Wall)||Brick Wall||Ceramic Tile with Drywall||Hollow Block Partition||Lightweight Insulation Wall|
|Heat Insulation (Outdoor-Indoor Temp. Difference)||37℉-40℉||37℉-41℉||Insignificant||40℉-43℉||48℉-53℉|
|Fire Rated Protection||1-2 hrs||1-2 hrs||1-2 hrs||1-2 hrs||Over 2 hrs|
|Unit Weight per Sqft||Over 72 lb/sqft||Over 50 lb/sqft||Over 17 lb/sqft||Over 7 lb/sqft||Over 10 lb/sqft|
|Construction Speed||Slow||Really Slow||Average||Fast||Fast (215 sqft/man/day)|
|Construction Method||Wet (sophisticated formwork required)||Dry (sophisticated masonry technique required)||Semi-Wet||Dry||Dry (no specific technique required)|
|Nailing||All Types||All Types (accessories needed for reinforcement)||General Screws||Poor||General Screws (over 165 lb)|
|Market Segmentation||Main Structures||Traditional Construction Structures and Compartment Walls & Floors (low floors)||Cheap, Non-Combustible||Partition Walls with No Particular Requirements||Soundproofing, Fire Safety, Heat Resistance, and Quality|
|Construction Waste||Site Pollution||Site Pollution||Site Pollution||Site Pollution||Construction Waste can be Fully Recycled|