Tag: planning & architecture

Ceramic Polymer

The ISDW GmbH, a business partner of ceramic polymer GmbH, the badly damaged sewage plant in a Northern German group renovated professional rehabilitation of a sewage plant In the summer of this year. With skilled Know-How and the ceramic polymer coating systems CP-Synthofloor beta 8016 as filler and primer, as well as the high end product ProGuard CN 200 ISDW GmbH turned the ailing system back into an operational state. Due to the constant contact with highly corrosive waste water and polluted atmosphere, the concrete was extensively up to 10 cm deep washed or worn. The steel reinforcement was partly completely free and was extremely corroded. The affected concrete was away, tears clinging, the complete surface sandblasted, accurately balanced erosion and leaching. Add to your understanding with Road tankers. First, the inner basin was modified. To smooth smooth of wall surfaces, priming CP Synthofloor was beta 8016 “used as a scratch filler. After drying, the team of ISDW GmbH milled the Interface to optimally prepare the ground for the job of a first coat.

A corresponding throat has been drafted to protect of the edges. The bottom was offset with the scraper spatula and milled. Now the first coat of concrete, also followed with the CP-Synthofloor product beta 8016 “. The coating of ProGuard CN 200 “was applied in two layers: the 1st in light grey (see picture above), the 2nd to the ideal control in dark grey. In the same sequence, the ISDW GmbH now carried out the work on the outer basin. The coating systems CP-Synthofloor beta 8016 “: this system is medium viscosity, can be applied with a simple Applikationsgeraten, has an excellent resistance to chemicals and provides a high protection against wear and tear due to the special fillers. With the addition of quartz sand or other place means it can be used as a scraper spatula. ProGuard CN 200 “is one of the premium coatings of ceramic polymer GmbH. This solvent-free product has a very high chemical resistance, even at operating temperatures up to 150 C. It is the ideal choice for wastewater facilities.

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Sun Protection

Curtain fixed and movable glass slat wall Project X-TU is an apartment complex of the French architect Nicolas Desmazieres and Anouk Legendre (also known as X-TU) in the Paris suburb of Nanterre, on an elongated axis of the Office and La Defense in the Northwest of the main city high-rise district. It cannot be overlooked that the architects have focused visually on the nearby Prefecture of the Department Haute-de-Seine. It was built in the 1970s by Andre Wogenscky, a long-time employee of Le Corbusier. The completion of X-TU took place in the year 2012. On an elongated base, where offices and shops located nine blocks – rise five to the South, and four on the north side – with up to ten storeys. To ensure a sufficient sun protection on the South side, the building here was given a curtain, equipped with fixed and movable slats of glass facade from the Shadoglass system Colt international. This glass skin acts like a network of horizontal segments that offer a varied picture of delicate shades of gray by their different printing. The four towers on the north side are low and have a different facade.

Over 4000 glass louvres were installed the complex of the X-TU is 105 metres long and up to 33 metres high. The entire area encompasses about 16,000 m. In addition to the offices, shops and an art gallery on the ground floor, the building includes 164 apartments or apartments in the towers with one to three rooms, kitchen and bathroom. There are small gardens, and green spaces on the terraces and floor levels, loosen up the overall picture and mitigate the massiveness of the complex between the individual towers. Behind the facade of glass louvers on the South side are Loggias and porticos, the apartments are accessed.

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