Knowledge popularization of EPS Module
The origin of EPS module:
First originated from Magu company in Germany, EPS material ICF is widely used in German multi-storey residential buildings, and has a history of nearly 30 years in foreign countries, and its technical maturity has reached a high level.
The material of the EPS module:
The polystyrene module is heated and foamed by the modified flame-retardant polystyrene particles, and the polystyrene foam plastic section with a dovetail groove structure is arranged on the inner and outer surfaces of the module by using a special process and a special equipment to heat and form at one time, the periphery of the module is provided with a cross or a square-shaped rectangular plug-in groove; the inner and outer surfaces of the module are provided with a devotail groove structure.
EPS module definition:
General EPS module:
After heating and foaming with expandable polystyrene beads, the polystyrene foam profile made by factory standardized production equipment has a closed cell structure, a rectangular connection port around it, a cavity in the body or no cavity, a uniform distribution of tuxedo grooves on the inner and outer surfaces, a module base of 3m, or a construction of polystyrene foam profiles organically synthesized with building structures.Graphite EPS module:
After heating and foaming with graphite expandable polystyrene beads, polystyrene foam profiles with gray and black appearance are manufactured according to the production process and geometric shape of the general module.
EPS cavity module:
A module in which a cavity is formed in the body and a reinforced concrete is placed in the cavity.
The cavity module building block type staggered joint is spliced into a cavity wall body, and the steel bar is arranged in the cavity wall body, and the concrete is poured. The inner and outer surfaces shall be covered with a thick plastering protective surface layer or a cement board, and the finish shall be finished according to the design requirements. Thereby foaming a heat-insulating outer wall, which is simply a composite wall.