Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Name / slide Nr 1 The Company. name / slide Nr 2 1835 Cement and lime factory Weizen 1955Start of organic render production 1965First EWIS developped.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Name / slide Nr 1 The Company. name / slide Nr 2 1835 Cement and lime factory Weizen 1955Start of organic render production 1965First EWIS developped."— Presentation transcript:

1 name / slide Nr 1 The Company

2 name / slide Nr Cement and lime factory Weizen 1955Start of organic render production 1965First EWIS developped 1992Sto AG is floated on the stock exchange 1996StoCretec becomes separate subsidiary 2000Takeover of Shanghai Dinova Ltd., China 2001Acquisition of ispo GmbH, Kriftel today4000 employees 18 international subsidiaries 1 mission From lime factory to Sto brand Building with Concience

3 name / slide Nr 3 Sto AGs Mission statement The basis of the companys guiding principles Maintaining the value of old and new buildings is a permanent problem for building owners, investors and users. In its quest to solve this problem, Sto researches, develops, produces and markets product systems and services, with the aim of maintaining and improving the substance and functions of walls, ceilings and floors, and providing long-term protection from damage. This functional area of work is accompanied by services relating to the aesthetic design of buildings in terms of colour and structure. Sto wants to act as a pacemaker and play a leading role in helping to ensure that the world in which we live is designed in line with environmental requirements and our needs as human beings. We therefore collaborate with like-minded customers and partners. Our declared aim is to comply with our companys guiding principles in our dealings with all those involved in the building sector. Stos mission statement can be summed up in three words: Building with conscience.

4 name / slide Nr 4 External Wall Insulation Systems

5 name / slide Nr 5 Introduction Why thermal insulation? Reserves of fuel materials for heating (e.g. fuel oil, gas, coal) are not unlimited and not substitutionable Reduction of toxic emissions e.g. CO 2 (hothouse effect) Sto façade insulation systems account for around 35 billion litres of heating oil thus avoiding the emission of over than 110 million tons of CO 2

6 name / slide Nr 6 External Wall Insulation Systems Advantages of external wall insulation systems Energy saving (up to 60%) Environment: less toxic emissions, less fuel materials. Elimination of thermal bridges. (Ceilings, geometrical thermal bridges, etc.) There, where internal insulation now is existing: No condensation anymore in the wall construction. Reduction of temperature tensions. Increasing of the wall surface temperature inside. No risk anymore for mould spots. A better using of the heat accumulation capacity. The facade is protected against heavy raining. A new optical attractive facade.

7 name / slide Nr 7 StoTherm Classic Benefits of the Sto External Wall Insulation System

8 name / slide Nr 8 Substrate: Structural wall, brick, block, timber frame etc Insulation board Reinforcing coat + mesh Sto decorative finish render Acrylic/Silicone StoTherm Classic = Organic + + System Concept Fixing

9 name / slide Nr 9 thickness density thermal conductivity Insulation product Expanded Polystyrene, EPS insulation quality high crack resistance high resistance to mechanical stress low coefficient of thermal elongation permeability to CO 2 and to water vapor elasticity hydrothermal behavior long term durability EPS

10 name / slide Nr 10 Insulation Board Types used for Insulated Render Systems EPS - largely preferred choice (min. wool, PUR, foamglas, corc)

11 name / slide Nr 11 Calculation of the U-value: Wall structures are usually composed of several layers (internal plaster, brickwork, external plaster and/or thermal insulation, wall finish etc.). Each layer of material has a thickness d [m] and a own thermal conductivity coefficient [W/m.K]. The thermal resistance (d/ of each layer of material is added to the internal and external surface resistances (1/. The sum is the total thermal resistance (R) for the total (wall) construction. The inverted value of this figure is known as the total thermal transmittance: U- value. + + U-value: the smaller, the better + + INSULATION Total Thermal Transmittance U [W/m².K]

12 name / slide Nr 12 Wall constructions (examples): Old dwelling houses: U = 1,00 - 1,50 Not so very old dwelling houses: U = 0,70 -1,00 New dwelling houses: U = 0,35 - 0,40 Low energy dwelling houses: U < 0,35 INSULATION Total Thermal Transmittance U [W/m².K]

13 name / slide Nr 13 U = 0,37 W/m².K 0,30 m 0,10 m EPS As separate materials: 0,40 m Concrete U = 3,20 W/m².K U = 0,36 W/m².K Both materials in one system: INSULATION Total Thermal Transmittance U [W/m².K]

14 name / slide Nr 14 Wall thickness: 30 cm Concrete 1,76 2,940,43 Solid brick 0,64 1,560,38 Lime sandstone 0,48 1,250,36 Light-weight brick 0,55 1,400,37 without insulation with 8 cm ins. U-Values, with and without insulation

15 name / slide Nr 15 wall construction surroundings climatic zone and architectural design etc. Energy savings per m 2 Rough estimation: 50-70% depending on... oil and electricity prices !!! elimination of thermal bridges % contribution in energy savings actual savings per year by using EWIS

16 name / slide Nr 16 What are the advantages of EWIS? Passive house: Ottbergen U value: 0,127 W/m 2 K EWIS: StoTherm Classic 300 mm Active heating: None.

17 name / slide Nr 17 Base Coats Their vital role for Long Term Durability and Economy of EWIS the Major Benefit of StoTherm Classic

18 name / slide Nr 18 Stress for Base Coats Sun Rain Temperature °C Insulation Tensions = Pull/tensile forces Wall

19 name / slide Nr 19 Base Coats for EWIS General Requirements excellent moisture protection high crack resistancy and good elongation sufficiant elasticity minimizing application difficulties high impact resistancy Long term stability of binder, no influence of ingredients on system safety (alkalinity etc.)

20 name / slide Nr 20 Sto cement free Cementitious slightly improved Cementitious highly improved Expansion before first visible crack [%] Durability Crack Expansion Testing

21 name / slide Nr 21 Organic system Mixed system Cementitious system (Sto Armat Classic cement free) (Cementitious reinforcement and top coat) (Inorganic reinforcement, organic top coat) Durability Pendulum Impact Testing Energy before surface damage [Joules]

22 name / slide Nr 22 Cementitious SystemStoTherm Classic Durability Pendulum Impact Testing

23 name / slide Nr 23 StoTherm Classic cement free Mineral System cementitious Impact Resistancy Tested by Nature

24 name / slide Nr 24 The coefficient of thermal elongation T indicates how much 1 meter a material expands if there is a temperature difference of 1K. ( T depends on the macrostructure of the building material ) L = L x T x K (m) Coefficient of Thermal Elongation T L Change in Length (m) LLength (m) T Coefficient of thermal elongation KTemperature difference

25 name / slide Nr 25 Typical values: Concrete10 x Steel12 x EPS60 x Mineral wool 1 x Aluminium24 x Mineral plaster10 x Organic plaster StoVerotec Board 8 x Coefficient of Thermal Elongation T

26 name / slide Nr 26 Example: 1.Railway Munich - Nürnberg Track length: 199 km = m Coefficient of thermal elongation steel: = 12 x Temperature difference summer - winter: 50 K Length change: 119,4 m 2. Brick wall Length: 9 m Coefficient of thermal elongation brick: = 12 x 10-6 Temperature difference summer - winter: 50 K Length change: 5,4 mm Coefficient of Thermal Elongation T

27 name / slide Nr 27 The ideal EWIS Base Coat Characteristics Profile of organic compounds best elasticity best crack resistance highest impact resistance best moisture protection best weather resistance, even without finish safest to apply, also at difficult weather conditions fastest curing most economic long term durability

28 name / slide Nr 28 Colour & Texture Finish Renders

29 name / slide Nr 29 Finish Variations Stolit with many different textures

30 name / slide Nr 30 Finish Variations Sto Nivellit as smooth option

31 name / slide Nr 31 Finish plasters Acrylic binder Stolit K/R, Superlit, Silicone binder StoSilco K/R, MP Characteristics

32 name / slide Nr 32 Acrylic plaster benefits highest elasticity widest choice of colors best safety coefficient easy application and structuring

33 name / slide Nr 33 Silicone plaster benefits excellent water repellent effect together with excellent water vapour permeability excellent dirt resistance mineral colour selection wheel

34 name / slide Nr 34 Finish Renders Stolit Benefits Homogeniously tinted Ready to apply, no mixing on site Easy application and structuring Regular drying without patches No efflorescences No egalizing paint finish coat No additional primer on Sto Armat Classic Best adhesion Best stability of colour due to pigments and binder Best long term stability Best mechanical resistancy and cleanability Best choice in structures

35 name / slide Nr 35 Economical Considerations on Base Coat Selection + safety for free ! Material economy of material less worksing steps economy of time StoTherm Classic

36 name / slide Nr 36 StoTherm Classic General Benefits Maximum of security by selection of "state of the art" product components Outstanding performance and excellent product experience makes Classic a the bench mark for others Cement free fiber reinforced ground coat gives maximum of elasticity and impact/crack resistance

37 name / slide Nr 37 StoTherm Classic General Benefits contd. Ready-to-apply products make application easy, quick and safe, even at bad weather conditions Weather resistant, cement free, tintable ground coat needs no additional primer, which is an important economy Organic finishes give a maximum in weather protection, durability, color and structure choice

38 name / slide Nr 38 StoTherm Classic examples…. Case Study

39 name / slide Nr 39 Energy savings study StoTherm Classic - Athens Imperial Hotel, Greece Hotel renovation StoTherm Classic Organic compounds, ready to use 50% reduction in U Result= 50% reduction in U -value m 2 =11.95 /m 2 Energy savings per year: m 2 =11.95 /m 2

40 name / slide Nr 40 Office building Cecile, Greece

41 name / slide Nr 41 Office building Cecile, Greece

42 name / slide Nr 42

43 name / slide Nr 43 Latsio Hospital, Greece

44 name / slide Nr 44 Athens International Airport, Greece

45 name / slide Nr 45 Private residence, Greece

46 name / slide Nr 46 Hotel King George II, Greece

47 name / slide Nr 47 Hotel Semiramis, Greece

48 name / slide Nr 48 Hotel Sitia Bay, Crete, Greece

49 name / slide Nr 49 Hotel Plaza resort, Greece

50 name / slide Nr 50 Hotel Larissa Imperial, Greece

51 name / slide Nr 51 Hotel Eva Palace, Greece

52 name / slide Nr 52 Private residence, Greece

53 name / slide Nr 53 Netherlands Residential Complex in Amersfoort

54 name / slide Nr 54 Great Britain Piper Building in London

55 name / slide Nr 55 France Quartier Nucleaire, Mulhouse

56 name / slide Nr 56 Czech Republik S chool in Borovany

57 name / slide Nr 57 Germany Officer Homes, Schwerin

58 name / slide Nr 58 Germany Housing Refurbishment

59 name / slide Nr 59 Germany Housing Refurbishment

60 name / slide Nr 60 Kasachstan Rachat Palace Hotel

61 name / slide Nr 61 Austria Office Building, Sitten

62 name / slide Nr 62 Germany Public Housing Refurbishment

63 name / slide Nr 63 Great Britain Royal Opera House, London

64 name / slide Nr 64 Great Britain IBM Office Building

65 name / slide Nr 65 Japan Farmhouse Rankosi, Hokkaido


Download ppt "Name / slide Nr 1 The Company. name / slide Nr 2 1835 Cement and lime factory Weizen 1955Start of organic render production 1965First EWIS developped."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google