Italy promotes energy efficiency in buildings and uses special bricks
来自: 广东满堂古建砖瓦厂 浏览次数:466 2018-01-24From : Guangdong Mantang Ancient Brick & Tile FactoryViews : 466
Italian architects comprehensively use a variety of methods to build energy-efficient buildings to reduce energy consumption and pollution, so that users will no longer spend a penny for heating and other purposes in future use.
The above methods include the use of geothermal heat, special bricks or straws with low energy loss for roof and wall insulation, the use of high-efficiency thermal insulation glass, the installation of solar power equipment or small wind turbines on the roof, and the use of bioenergy. These methods are not only applied to civil housing, but also to public buildings.
Geothermal technology uses a technology called "low enthalpy geothermal". Eco-architect designer Giacomo Bisselni explained that this technique involves drilling a depth of about 100 meters into the ground, using a pipe with a diameter of 15 cm to connect to the heating station, and then pressing the groundwater to the pipe under the floor of the room Heating in winter and cold in summer. He said the key here is that the underground temperature should be 18-20 degrees Celsius, up to 25 degrees Celsius, otherwise the effect is not good. This method can provide 60% of the energy required by the building, the other 20% comes from solar energy, and the rest can be used other methods, such as efficient bioenergy.
In Follonica, near the west coast of central Italy, this house has been built, with an area of about 75 to 80 square meters, and a garage and a small garden, which sells for about 255,000 euros. The architects said that in addition to using geothermal heat, these houses were also equipped with solar energy, which could be completely self-sufficient. To reduce energy loss, special bricks and tiles with low energy loss are used for roofs and walls, and then insulated with natural materials. "In this way, the house is like a big thermos. In addition to the power generated by solar energy, it can also be sold to the National Power Corporation."
A library has been built in Rosignano, Livorno Province, which is insulated with 85,000 bales of straw, and its roof is also "green", that is, the soil is laid first, and then flowers and plants are planted, which is both economic and environmentally friendly. Fabio Roggiolani, chairman of the Tuscany Health and Sanitation Committee, also personally built an energy-efficient house. He said he used wood, geothermal, solar and bioenergy.
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