Proposal for the development of an alternative system for wall lining interior partitions to improve existing housing performances, based on use of moulded panels of recycled pulp of cellulose
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The present contribution deals with the development of a constructive system for wall lining of partition walls focused on the rehabilitation of existing dwellings that present deficits in terms of insulation and the layout of wired conduits. The objective of this development is to carry out these constructive tasks with the greatest speed, cleanliness and least inconvenience and environmental impact. Thus, it seeks to comply with the requirements of adequacy in buildings to intervene, save the inconveniences of current and past rehabilitation systems, and take a step towards the response to those needs that have arisen diachronically in the housing of installations in partition walls. In response to the above reasons, a composite sandwich construction configuration was designed between the existing support wall body and the back closure plate. The element that joins both parts of the sandwich presents an adequate relieve moulded with a pulp recycled cellulose material called Biprocel.
CitationSerra, R.; Zamora, J. Proposal for the development of an alternative system for wall lining interior partitions to improve existing housing performances, based on use of moulded panels of recycled pulp of cellulose. A: World Congress on Recycling. "WCR 2019 World Congress on Recycling". 2019, p. 1-10.
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