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Technology Description

Precasting is the use of a reusable mould to produce a structural element in a controlled and standardised environment. The precast is then transported to the construction site to be assembled with other structural pieces.

Relevance for Net Zero

The use of precast concrete parts in the building sector is a practical method to create modular structure at a lower cost, allowing for a wide variety of shapes and designs. This solution could provide efficiency in the use of material, allowing for reduced material use, and also improve construction and operation efficiency. Good material properties, such as thermal insulation and weather resistance, and the possibility to recycle it make the precast concrete a key factor in the development of the building sector.

Key Countries

United States, Japan, Singapore

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