Making use of a buildings thermal mass is an extremely effective way to maintain stable and comfortable temperatures. Heat flow and temperature change is the slowest via heavyweight, dense construction materials like Hollow Core Concrete’s ThermoDeck. After these dense materials reach maximum ‘internal temperature’, the slow release of heat aids in maintaining a comfortable room temperature after the initial heat input. External variations of temperature are not transferred to the inside of the building as the maximum heat level is delayed until counterbalanced by colder overnight temperatures.

Reduce energy consumption and environmental impact + Occupant Satisfaction + Design flexibility + Reduction in capital costs + Reduction in maintenance, operating, and running costs

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