Masonry with rochwool
The latest generation of Kofinas masonry is the top choice in
passive energy construction
and a reduction in energy consumption of 75% -80% compared to conventional masonry is achieved..
The leading company in the field is further developing its construction and offers the most robust construction in the field of prefabrication, tested by the National Technical University of Athens!
- The wood of which the skeleton is made is Swedish pine, planed and baked, class C24. It does not contain chemical charges and is one of the top choices in the world!
- The connection is made using a screw (TORX), which is placed robotically and so we have zero relaxation of the connection over time!
- Each wall closes on both sides with LP’s Canadian OSB, launching the mechanical strengths of the wall. It also offers maximum impact resistance and allows us to load it without fear!
- Expanded Polystyrene (λ = 0.036 (W / mK))
- Natural rock wool (λ = 0.035 (W / mK))
- Thermal facade system (λ = 0.035 (W / mK)) (stone wool)
- Metal folding angle
- Drywall (λ = 0,21 (W / mK))
- Wall base waterproofing
- OSB (λ = 0.13 (W / mK))
- Wooden frame (λ = 0,12 (W / mK))
- TORX turnbuckle
- Sealed control sealing membrane
- The basic thermal insulation material of masonry. Certified material (EN13163 certification) with high thermal insulation capacity. It is self-extinguishing and waterproof. It also acts as a water vapor barrier. It has soundproofing properties and absorbs both impact sound and airborne noise.
- The basic thermal insulation material of masonry. Natural stone wool offers excellent thermal insulation, sound insulation and fire resistance (category A1 – non-combustible materials). The raw materials for the production of rockwool fiber are amphibolite, dolomite or limestone and bauxite rocks. The production of stone wool is done in an electric oven. This new method has the advantage of the hitchhiking method used so far, because it achieves dimensional uniformity in the fibers produced through the consistently controlled temperature of the melt, and gives a slight burden on the environment in contrast to that of the lift.
- Thermal prevention with flammable rock wool, category A1. Silicon-based elastic plaster does not allow cracks to form and enhances the waterproof properties of the wall.
- With these metal angles, the construction is perfectly connected to the reinforced concrete base. In this way, we have a “tied” construction with increased mechanical strength and improved anti-seismic behavior.
- Certified gypsum board (EN520: 2004 + A1: 2009 certification) by Knauf, 12.5 mm thick, which meets the German standard DIN 18180. They have certificates of natural gypsum, as well as biological control.
- Waterproofing the base of the wall using impregnated beam, type NTR-A. They protect the trunks from damage they could have from possible moisture in the concrete base, improving the durability of the house.
- OSB 11.1 mm Canadian-origin, LP factory, category 3 waterproof with huge mechanical properties. This material statically strengthens the masonry and allows us to attach any weight to any part of the wall, without special addition of dowels.
- Masonry timber: Swedish: which means it is very compact. Pine: which means greater resistance to moisture. Xirantiriou: which means that it has a humidity of 15-16% (ideal for building a house) and does NOT have chemical loads. Ecological: which means that wood does not contain chemical charges and that the policy of the Swedish Wood Industry contributes to the absorption of carbon dioxide. Class C24: which means it has very high mechanical strength.
- Connection of individual masonry sections using certified TORX screws (ETA-11/0030), which offer better quality assembly, as they allow better control of the applied torque during screwing.
- It provides insulation to the construction and protection against moisture without allowing the appearance of water vapor that could gradually cause damage to the construction.
GREAT SUCCESSFUL CONTRACTING AUTHORITY U
WALL PAINTING CLIMATE
(the smaller the U number of your climate zone (region), the greater the insulation needed)