[Strawbale] CRTEZ ZIDA - MOJE MISLJENJE JE DA NISTE DOBRO RAZUMELI KONCEPT GRADNJE SLAMOM (Bane M. Prvanovic)
Max Vittrup Jensen
Max at PermaLot...
Thu Nov 25 19:17:46 CET 2010
> With all due respect of national languages, then I expect there's others
> than me who were interested in this answer, and likely not all of you are
> aware of translate.google.com?
This came out, as usual it's somewhat garbles, but it provides an insight.
What I find most stricking is the statement of " Straw bales should not be
viewed as a substitute for insulation, but as construction blocks from which
to build major walls usually within a structure (reinforced concrete, steel
Easiest disclaimer: Look at Arch. Werner Schmidts 3 story hotel in alpine
conditions; Build without any other structure: Strong -insulating-
> Whoever drew the cross section of the wall, is wrong. This is not a good
> way and this way you will surely burst mortar view .. Straw bales should
> not be viewed as a substitute for insulation, but as construction blocks
> from which to build major walls usually within a structure (reinforced
> concrete, steel or wood). This drawing looks like me, extra insulation on
> the assembly house.
> Installations are offered within the walls of constructed of straw bales -
> the bales were dug canals sander that has a disk as a power saw or chainsaw,
> cables and pipes to be put down in these channels so that all izmalterise.
> I do not know what kind of finish you want to achieve, but if you work
> outside and inside clay render - OSB or other panels are absolutely
> unnecessary. After very little practice in flattening mentioned brick-clad
> wall of bales of straw will get a proper surface for causing clay mortar.
> As for the settlements, the construction of the facility should provide
> rigidity, not a wall of straw. When the bales inside the brick wall of the
> structure, there is no fear of shooting from the settlement. Bale is
> located within the frame of some kind, well-wedged, line up and plastered. On
> particular points of the set of reinforcements rabic (galvanized woven
> network) in order to avoid cracking plaster (no matter what he types.
> Tightness straw bales are regulated during baling and it's good to contract
> directly with the stubble fields, and then with someone who will
> particularly hit the balirati tension out there (which is a ball of string
> I do not know if you read my previous posts, but I can find very useful
> source of information. Next year we begin to build our factory of 4,400
> m2, of which all the walls will be the straw bales. We are the only
> company in Serbia, which is certified by a wall of straw bales on fire
> resistance of 120 minutes (as per our rules should not be longer).
> Study the professional (as gradevinac) building with straw for years and I
> can say that I was quite far advanced in it.
> The desire to help, not to impose, we send our deepest regards and made
> available to every question.
> M. Bane Prvanovic
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