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Re: GSBN:precompression - ventilations



Hi Rene,

yes so its >=1 % and we can forget it, which I truly forgot ;-))). Thank
you.
Martin

----- Original Message -----
From: "Rene Dalmeijer" rene.dalmeijer@...
To: "GSBN" GSBN@...
Sent: Tuesday, August 22, 2006 8:48 PM
Subject: Re: GSBN:precompression - ventilations


> Martin,
>
> What do mean? I expect you mean how much air can flow through the bales
> with plaster on. This is completely negligible with regards to
> ventilating a room. The concept of 'breathing' SB walls is a complete
> misnomer. The amount of air that actually passes through the plaster
> would at the most be about 1/100 of a normal room ventilation rate and
> in most cases should be even lower.
>
> Rene
> On Aug 22, 2006, at 15:48, moehlmann wrote:
>
> > Hi Maren, we used these truckload belts with spanners. They can have
> > 5t and
> > are easy to handle... Success, Martin
> >
> > Hello out there,
> >
> > how is the exact ventilation capacity of strawbales (flat and on edge),
> > except from best experience which says no problem except bathrooms. If
> > we
> > would use a regular calculation programme they don't substract of
> > course
> > some ventilation capacity of strawbales. Say if I would calculate
> > 225m3/h
> > how does it relate to a proper sb-wall insulation with 2 times 30-40 mm
> > limerender or for others earthrender?
> >
> > Any discoveries?
> >
> > All the best from Brittany
> > Martin Oehlmann
> >
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