Fly Ash Panels

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Fly ash building components Fly ash is the waste product of burning coal that is largely comprised of carbon and contains many heavy metals. Fly

Self-Repairing Composites

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Ultralight graphite polymer composites Aircraft and marine vessels are significant contributors to global warming. Airplane vapor trails release CO2 as well as other pollutants, and


Mar 25, 2017No Comments

Flexible natural shell surface covering Flexipane is a seamless surface covering made of natural shells popularly known as Capiz. The shells are made soft and


Mar 25, 2017No Comments

Oxide coated green-tech water filtration media and porous concrete matrixes Many lakes, ponds and rivers suffer from algae blooms and depleted dissolved oxygen as a

Sensitive Apertures

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Cellular ceramic light apertures Sensitive Apertures is a modular slip-cast ceramic building skin designed to admit a small quantity of light through a refractive glass

Woven Stone

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Profiled stone tile mosaic Woven Stone is part of the ASI Specialty Products Magna Mosaic Collection. Earth tones combined with dimensional, geometric features create a


Mar 17, 2017No Comments

Electro-conductive gypsum wallboard Electroboard is an interior finish material that pairs flat-wire technology with a fire resistant gypsum core. It provides an electrified low-voltage surface


Mar 17, 2017No Comments

Natural shell panels Eco-Essence is a decorative surface panel, handmade from natural Mother of Pearl or Capiz shells, available on a selection of backings for

Ceramic Composite Material

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Carbon fiber-reinforced ceramic composite Brembo Ceramic Brake Systems manufactures advanced composite ceramic braking systems for automotive applications as well as general research and development for

Cassini Blocks

Mar 16, 2017No Comments

Kidney-shaped ceramic building blocks Designed as a new type of wall system, Cassini Blocks embrace the natural and formal tendencies of ceramics as a starting