Sustainable construction with thermal walls

Thermal walls with integrated core insulation make a decisive contribution to energy savings. Therefore, they are especially qualified for being used as building material if the building owner or the project developer intends to get a certificate concerning the sustainability of the building - and this is ever more the declared goal of building projects.

The thermal walls of Cemex Beton-Bauteile GmbH headquartered in Bad Dürkheim (Germany) are prefabricated to such an extent that they can be installed quite fast at the construction site. When the thermal wall system leaves the manufacturing...

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