HATSCHEK PROCESS PDF
Process Making Fiber Cement old type and improvement. Asbestos fiber cement techhology about years ago, Ludwig Hatschek made the. Equipment Evolution. Hatschek Forming Machine process entire sheet machine output. > Worked on process improvements to provide +/-. 1/8” on all. Hatschek process for the production of fiber cement plates.  NL-A discloses a method and appa- ratus for manufacturing fiber.
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He combined, after 7 years of experimenting, cellulose, reinforcing fibres and cement in solution in water. The solids are deposited on the sieve which on each rotation attracts a layer of the solids and transfers the layer onto a continuous belt.
The layers are built up to the desired thickness and then removed and if necessary compressed. By the time the license expired in the process was established.
Since many imitators also were founded who did not use the Eternit license. Over hayschek intervening years many of the fibre-cement manufacturers were acquired by the Belgian Eternit Group, now known as Etex.
Dansk Eternit have however always remained independent and marked this fact in by adopting one of our successful brands, Cembrit, as the new name for the whole Group. Man made PV A fibres have long since replaced the mineral fibre, and other solids are now added to the slurry to furnish differe nt performance characteristics.
The beauty of fibre-cement as a building material is 4 fold; Fire resistant, rot resistant, malleability and low weight. Immediately after it is formed fibre-cement is still pliable. This means it can be moulded into 3 dimensional shapes, can be embossed and because the fibre matrix supports the cement and other solids, can be far thinner than concrete.
Random and natural surface effects can be achieved but with the consistency of a production line giving superb levels of control and cost efficiency.
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By the simple formation of a repeated wave in the wet material, larger panels can be made self-supporting and thereby provide excellent method of cladding large areas.
The hydration process means the material gets progressively stronger, providing concrete like strength but at a much lower weight. The advantage is that a lightweight sheet can be produced which can mimic stone without the low yields associated with extraction, or can reproduce the effect of clay based building products without the need for high temperatures in production. Light in weight it is easier to transport and work on site.
Fibre cement – rooted in history
Fibre-cement is consequently faster to install and less energy intensive in production, saving cost. Although there is cellulose wood fibre content, because it is held in a matrix of inorganic cement the material has excellent fire resistant qualities, of vital importance for structures for human occupation.
The best combustibility ratings can be achieved with the subtlest of variations to the raw materials. The combination of raw material and procses structure of fibre-cement also provides excellent durability.
WO// A HATSCHEK PROCESS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF FIBER CEMENT PLATES
Fibre cement is not susceptible to mould or rot hatschhek thereby exceeding the longevity of timber, it contains no metals so will not rust and decay like steel and has low thermal conductivity so will not distort in the prescence of heat like PVC.
Fibre cement is however porous thereby making it ideal for use in high humidity climates. With such strengths you would think fibre cement should be used everywhere, and you would be right. We have over 80 years of experience of the use of fibre cement across the varied climates of Europe and beyond.
There are manufacturers on every continent testament to the popularity and durability of this amazing material. Talk to Cembrit about what fibre cement can do for your project and join the long line of satisfied users of this exceptional building material!
If you do not accept cookies it may impact your experience of our websites and the services we are able to offer. Fibre cement – a building material with many strenghts Man made PV A fibres have long since replaced the mineral fibre, and other solids are now added to the slurry to furnish differe nt performance characteristics.
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A flexible building material Immediately after it is formed fibre-cement is still pliable. Fibre cement is fire resistant Although there is cellulose wood fibre content, because it is held in a matrix of inorganic cement the material has excellent fire resistant qualities, of vital importance for structures for human occupation.
A defence against rot and humidity The combination of raw material and matrix structure of fibre-cement also provides excellent durability.
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