In situ walls: quicker, cheaper
Foamed concrete can be used for casting in situ walls. These can be made either by using traditional shuttering or hollow polystyrene moulds. This provides a quick and cheap method of building, with the added advantage of excellent thermal insulation.
A wall made from 1200kg/m³ density foamed concrete provides the same level of thermal insulation as would a wall made from dense concrete that was 5 times as thick and made from 10 times the quantity of materials as the foamed concrete wall.
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