Dry Construction Technique (DCT) is the application of innovation to limit water consumption and real estate's environmental impact. DCT entails the lightweight construction of interior walls, ceilings, and floors using plastered or microfibre board that is linked during installation.
FREMONT, CA: Customers are more concerned about the products' sustainability. Construction is no exception: it is a crucial industry for limiting greenhouse gas emissions, lowering carbon footprint, and affecting climate change.
It is believed that buildings account for forty percent of total energy use. To protect the environment, the construction of more energy-efficient buildings is vital.
From this perspective, promoting dry building is crucial. This construction technology generates market interest since it industrializes the construction process and introduces helpful advances to the industry to achieve sustainability goals.
Dry construction techniques view the construction site as a simple assembly site for the horizontal installation of massive buildings and combining existing pieces that have been industrially prepared elsewhere under strict quality control. Multiple benefits accrue to the buildings' investment, as well as to the environment and sustainability:
Steel-framed buildings with insulating panels are light and malleable. The panel's polyurethane core and the steel's flexibility and its alloy contribute to the construction's lightness, while the steel's high plastic reserves ensure the absorption of seismic energy.
The steel of the structure and the insulating panel is both recyclable and reusable materials; in the case of the steel structure, it is 100 percent recoverable, and in the case of the insulating panel, it may be disassembled and reassembled elsewhere without alterations or waste formation.
The depletion of natural resources is severe. Dry construction derives its name partly from the absence of water on the construction site; without the use of concrete, insulating panels are delivered to the construction site and put on the structure. In addition, it produces no building trash or residues.
In the case of insulating panels, project components such as beams, pillars, and the whole steel structure, as well as its roof and facade, can be disassembled and rebuilt elsewhere without the need for alterations or waste generation.
Concrete constructions are susceptible to external agents and necessitate additional expenditures to provide resistance to these forces.
The materials steel and polyurethane are chemically resistant to external agents. Depending on the environmental aggression, the steel of the framework and the steel sheet of the insulating panel is treated with galvanizing techniques or protective coatings to prevent rust.