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RollwallROLLWALL is a novel rollable façade cladding having a multilayer panel comprising an insulation layer, a ventilation layer and an aesthetical layer.
This solution provides an economically competitive and thermally improved solution compared to current conventional/commercial solutions. By means of this multi-layer rolling system, the installation time and the total cost of the installed product will be significantly shortened.
Easy to install and cost effective envelop system.NoAsset Type: System
Application: Envelope
Sector: Construction
TRL: 5
Further development and upscallingGranted patentJulen Astudillo Larraz
RehabimREHABIM a software tool that is being developed by Tecnalia specifically for façade renovations of existing buildings for the purpose of improving energy efficiency.Holistic tool, compatible with BIM, for energy efficient building retrofitting.Yes - BERTIM - Building energy renovation through timber prefabricated modules (636984)
https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/636984/es
Asset Type: Software
Application: Decision Support
Sector:
- Construction
- ICT
TRL: 7
Market contrast and integration of final features that would be specified by the end-userRegistered softwareNatalia Lasarte Arlanzon
Curtain wall with biocomposite materials. Curtain wall: a biocomposite curtain wall with less complex profiles, better thermal performance, and high aesthetic flexibility.
Moreover, this uses a modular and industrialised concept.
Sustainable product, manufactured with biocomposites.Yes - OSIRYS -
Forest based composites for façades and interior partitions to improve indoor air quality in new builds and restoration (609067)
https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/609067/es
Asset Type: System
Application: Envelope
Sector: Construction
TRL: 6
Further development and upscallingGranted patentJulen Astudillo Larraz
3D mortar and concrete printing for structural products. Customized structural 3D concrete products, with load-bearing capacity.3D concrete printing is an emerging technology in the construction industry with promises to revolutionise concrete construction with lower cost, automated and formwork free structures.

3D concrete printing technology has attracted the interest of many researchers and practitioners in the construction and building industries. Benefits associated to sustainability include freedom in geometry during construction, no formwork costs, faster production low-waste generation, and improved safety and working conditions.


Although the interest in 3D concrete printing rapidly progressed, the technology still suffers from the difficulty of incorporating steel reinforcement during the printing process.

In fact, the presence of reinforcement is essential in concrete structures to compensate the weakness in tensile strength as well as limit crack widths and ensure sufficiently ductile behavior under service and ultimate conditions.

TECNALIA has expertise in the use of structural fibers and the use of reinforcement in 3D printed products.
Benefits associated to sustainability include freedom in geometry and customization during construction, no formwork costs, faster production low-waste generation, and improved safety and working conditions.NoAsset Type: System
Application:
- Structural products
- Advanced material
- Industrialization
Sector:
- Construction
- Additive Manufacturing
- Recycling
TRL: 5
- Collaborative development financed with public funding
- Collaborative development at shared risks and costs
Corporate know-howAmaia Aramburu
3D mortar and concrete printing with recycled materials.Use of the recycled fines ( C&DW, slags and others) on 3D printing formulations.Use of the recycled fines, which usually are rejected in conventional applications.NoAsset Type: Product
Application:
- Sustainability
- Advanced recyled material
Sector:
- Construction
- Additive Manufacturing
- Recycling
TRL: 6
- Collaborative development financed with public funding
- Collaborative development at shared risks and costs
Corporate know-howJoana Roncero