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European First Recyclable Façade System with Reclosable Fastener Fixation: Research Development, Grants of Patents, Pre-certification Testings and Product Publication of Façade System StoSystain R

  • Ferdinand OswaldEmail author
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Part of the Innovative Renewable Energy book series (INREE)

Abstract

The paper describes the project facade4zeroWaste which includes the development, architectural design relevance, grants of patents, results of pre-certification testings and the product publication in the time frame from 2009 till 2017. Aim of the research project facade4zeroWaste was the idea of a recyclable facade insulation system that can easily be dismantled after its lifetime and reused thanks to an innovative grip fixing system consisting of mushroom-shaped heads and loops—grip fixing instead of adhesive.

Keywords

Exterior insulation finishing systems (EIFS) Grip fixing system Grip fixing instead of adhesive Carrier board made of recycled glass Dust- and noise-reduced dismantling Reuse and recycling 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Architecture and PlanningUniversity of AucklandAucklandNew Zealand

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