Circular foam concrete

That foam concrete is circular is common knowledge.
A disadvantage, however, is that traditional foam concrete types contain very high amounts of cement and therefore have high CO2 emissions.

Greenager + succeeded in:

  • Significantly reduce the cement content
  • Making the less low-CO2 through incorporation of hydrating residual streams

With Isolite 79 (EPB, BCRG and ISDE recognized) an insulation value of 0.079 is combined with a compressive strength of 1 Newton and Isolite 60, good for a thermal value of 0.060 and still 0.50 Newton (500 kPa) a compressive strength.

By the end of 2023, ESPECIALLY IN THE NETHERLANDS , foam concrete has regained tremendous interest.

Foam concrete is particularly interesting for filling crawl spaces because of its price/insulation value ratio.

For this reason, Greenager+ provided a number of foam concrete types with a reporting code and had them listed in databases such as EBPB (Belgium) and BCRG and ISDE (Netherlands).

Following a new standard for foam concrete Crow-Cur Recommendation 59:2023) and more clarity on the term bio , it is possible to make a bio variant, We refer to our section “Sustainable, bio-based building applications.

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