Ultimate in Energy Efficiency
Touch a watermelon on a summer day and you find the surface is hot, yet, when you cut into the fruit the flesh inside is cool. The rind of the watermelon acts as an insulator and prevents heat from being transferred. POROTHERM THERMO BRICK has borrowed the principle of thermal insulation from nature, to become a unique walling material - one that keeps the interiors cool in summer and warm in winter!
Specially formulated insulating material gives it a ‘U’ Value* of 0.6 W/m²K , which results in superior thermal insulation that greatly improves the indoor comfort of the building.
Eliminates the cost for installing external insulation, cavity walls with external insulating membranes and reduces use of cooling devices such as A/C in hot climate and heaters during the cold climate.
100% natural clay product with natural additives like coal ash,rice husk and granite slurry. No toxic or any chemical additives are used, thereby making it free from toxic gases and fumes that can cause allergies and other health problems.
Light Weight and Faster Construction
60% lighter than conventional walling material, thus allowing faster construction, ease of handling and improved productivity in masonry. It also contributes to substantial savings on structural cost due to reduction in dead load.
Natural and Green
Testified by the accreditation of our products by Indian Green Building
Council for ratings.
Strength and Ease of Usage
High compressive strength and is also easy to chase and chisel for electrical and plumbing conduits making it simple to install all types of fixtures (geysers, air conditioners, cabinets, closets etc).
Unlimited Life and Maximum Fire Protection
An exceptionally long life with zero maintenance and is highly fire
resistant (it is fired at 1000º C), with a fire rating of F240 ( 240 minutes ).
‘U’ Value: 0.6 W/m2K
‘U’ Value: 0.6 W/m2K makes POROTHERM THERMO BRICK the best available energy efficient brick in the market.
* ‘U’ Value is the measurement of the rate of heat loss through a material. The lower the ‘U’ Value, the lesser the energy required for cooling or heating the indoors.