Passive House Customization


  • Earthquake resistance:  Withstands rare earthquakes with seismic intensity above magnitude 9.Earthquake resistance:  Withstands rare earthquakes with seismic intensity above magnitude 9.
  • Wind resistance: The wind resistance level is above 16 + (> Category 3 typhoon).
  • Durability: The service life of the main structure exceeds more than 70 years.
  • Fire resistance: The fire rating of the main walls of the house is rated at B1 level.
  • Load-bearing capacity: Load-bearing can reach more than 500kg/㎡.
  • Sound insulation: The sound insulation of the light steel exterior wall can reach 65dB and the sound insulation of the light steel interior wall can reach 45dB.
  • Thermal insulation: The thermal resistance efficiency of 120-150mm thick composite wall is 11 times that of brick wall with equal thickness.
  • Environmental protection: 100% of steel structure materials can be recycled, and most of other supporting materials could be recycled.
  • Energy-saving: Using new materials for thermal insulation, the energy required for heating and cooling can be 65% more energy-efficient than traditional buildings.
  • Housing space: Light steel integrated houses increase usable area by 10% to 15% compared with traditional buildings
  • Short construction period: The standardized assembly of light steel structure is simple and fast, saving 2/3 of the construction period compared with traditional structures.
  • Foundation construction process

    • Function: Transfer the load of the wall or column to the foundation to meet the requirements of the load-bearing capacity and avoid deformation of the foundation.
    • Features: Lightweight, only 1/5 of the brick-concrete structure, 1/8 of the concrete building, resulting in a reduction of costs. The construction is simple and the construction speed is fast.
    • Classification

    Strip foundation, slab foundations, etc., are selected according to geological conditions.  Strip foundation is generally used.

  • Company executive standard:

    Steel: American AISI (American Iron and Steel Institute standard).

    Galvalume: American ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials standard).

    Construction: “Technical Regulations for Construction of Low-rise Cold-Formed Thin-walled Steel Buildings”.

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  1. muhuchem says:

    The structural materials used have extremely high strength, thin diameter and low steel consumption (usually the overall steel consumption of low-rise buildings is within 30Kg/m2, and the steel consumption of multi-story buildings is within 40Kg/m2), The overall weight of the building is light, only traditional brick-concrete about 1/5 of the structure.

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