Reozone is now supplying the Cupolex Structural Dome system in Sydney and surrounding areas. This system has many benefits such as environmental advantages being a recycled product , OH & S benefits being a light and easy to install and no waste to name a few.
Cupolex is not only a standalone Green product with excellent thermal ratings but in conjunction with a fan forced ceiling cavity air movement system, energy costs can be reduced significantly. Computer models are showing up to 50% reduction in energy usage. Reozone and their partners are continuing to optimise the system in a range of climates to establish its energy saving potential in the context of the BCA (star-rating) and BASIX (% reduction) compliance requirements.
With each slab that is poured, the delivery process can be minimised by having the Cupolex product and mesh delivered on the one truck thus being more efficient and lowering carbon emissions at the same time. The Cupolex domes are interlocked and stacked neatly on pallets where other systems require a mesh delivery, a truck and trailer for delivery of pods and another truck to pick up waste. Reozone delivery trucks can transport up to five house slabs at any one time.
The average building lot is becoming smaller so site congestion is a major issue for developers and builders. The Cupolex system, on average, takes up two pallet spaces per unit/lot.
Concreters estimate they save at least 8 man hours per slab with not having to bar chair the domes and clean up mess as you do with other systems. Our customers no longer need to be worried about penalties from councils for waste being blown off site.
More builders are now using the Cupolex system because of the benefits mentioned above. Reozone has identified Cupolex as the concrete void system of the future.
This advertorial has been provided by Cupolex. For more details on this product call Tony on 0414 442 155 or visit www.reozone.com.au