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Thin shelled concrete


Technology Description

A thin shelled concrete roof is a sandwich structure integrating buildings elements (e.g. a hydronic radiant heating and cooling system, thin film photovoltaic systems, etc.) while also serving as a lightweighted roof. The thickness of the concrete varies between 3 and 30 cm, and it withstands stress thanks to its specific shape.

Relevance for Net Zero

More sustainable material compared to plywood.

Key Countries

Switzerland, Canada

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