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SOLBET cellular concrete – with the environment in mind

SOLBET cellular concrete not only makes it possible to build energy-efficient houses easily and quickly, but it is also environmentally neutral at practically every stage of its lifespan – from production, through transport, construction, use of the building, all the way to its disposal as waste and demolition materials. SOLBET’s consistent green investments in renewable energy and environmental protection over the years prove that the company has made environmental responsibility a permanent feature of its operations, which distinguishes it [...]

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Healthy, warm, and safe building material

SOLBET autoclaved cellular concrete is made from natural raw materials – quartz sand, lime, cement, gypsum, and water. A minimal amount of foaming agent, i.e. aluminium powder or paste, is also used in its production. By reacting with calcium hydroxide, they puff up the mass, resulting in millions of air-filled micropores which give cellular concrete its high thermal insulation properties. Thanks to the raw materials used, cellular concrete is a healthy and environmentally safe material throughout its entire life [...]

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Our own renewable energy sources

As the leader and largest producer of cellular concrete in Poland, SOLBET is perfectly aware of the great responsibility of every business – not only in supplying high-quality products to the market, but also in minimising the impact of their activities on the natural environment. SOLBET has for years devoted great attention to sustainability by making energy from renewable sources the basis of its production activities. It also continually invests in new, environmentally-friendly solutions, setting an example of good [...]

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Green hydrogen production

Environmental accountability requires future-oriented solutions – with one such solution being our green hydrogen production installation, located at the main production plant of SOLBET in Solec Kujawski. This state-of-the-art investment enables the company to utilise the surplus of clean, renewable energy produced by the two wind turbines located next to the plant and use it to produce green hydrogen through electrolysis. There is also a hydrogen refuelling station on site, which allows the company’s fleet of forklifts and company [...]

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Production without loss

The production of cellular concrete is carried out in the most environmentally-friendly manner possible, not least in view of the economic use of semi-finished products and the minimisation of waste. Up to 5 m3 of cellular concrete can be produced from 1 m3 of raw materials. This high yield not only reduces the consumption of resources and production costs, but also the environmental impact. SOLBET cellular concrete is also manufactured practically waste-free. The moulding of AAC materials takes place [...]

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Reducing the carbon footprint

SOLBET has an Environmental Product Declaration (for the entire SOLBET Capital Group) which provides clear information on the environmental impact of a product throughout its life cycle. The SOLBET Capital Group boasts one of the lowest emission values of CO2 per 1 m3 of AAC products for their entire life cycle, which is less than 101 kg CO2 per 1 m3. This is the result of the company’s green policy that has been implemented for years – the use [...]

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Energy-efficient operation of buildings made from cellular concrete

Environmental protection and the reduction of CO2 emissions into the atmosphere are inextricably linked with the need to construct buildings with low energy requirements. The energy efficiency during the use of a building made from cellular concrete results from the properties of the material. Autoclaved cellular concrete owes its high thermal insulation properties to its porous and homogenous structure. Its material skeleton is surrounded by micropockets of air, which are an excellent heat insulator. The porous structure of cellular [...]