January 4, 2007

Recycled insulating concrete forms

Faswall forms are used for building insulated reinforced concrete structures for both residential and commercial construction.

The recycled wood chip–based cement form provides a four-hour fire rating. The forms contribute zero percent to flame spread, smoke development, and fuel contribution. Because the forms are designed to breathe, they prevent condensation build-up and mold growth. They are also termite proof.

Faswall forms may be constructed using conventional carpenter tools. Stucco and plaster may be applied without lathing, and siding and drywall may be nailed directly to the Faswall surface. Faswall forms also provide significant tornado, hurricane, and earthquake resistance.

Contact: K-X Faswall International Corporation, Montmorenci, SC, USA.

For more information, see Transmaterial: A Catalog of Materials That Redefine our Physical Environment

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