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Old 12-26-2018, 02:49 PM   #4312 (permalink)
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Some aggregate could be a good idea, if not epensive, since aircrete it's very brittle. Maybe some inexpensive vegetable fiber, low in weight to do not mess around with the foam. Maybe rice fiber.

After they get the walls of aircrete domes thay give it a coat of cement with a fabic layer, to reinforce it and avoid erosion of the brittle aircrete.

Maybe people who also work in home could have a small dome office, a small dome just to scape the need of air conditioned cooling large rooms, and since dome's shape itself already save energy fo clime control, it would be a way to reduce energy bills.

Originally Posted by aerohead View Post
In the US they would not legally be allowed to call it 'crete' unless it had some sort of aggregate in it.
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