This readily-available renewable resource, which consists of highly-compressed bales of hay coated with clay plaster, has been used for centuries in Europe and Asia. The hay is treated for resistance to fire, fungus and rodents, and the clay can be applied in various densities and thicknesses to ensure the correct ratio of thermal mass and high insulative value.
We use this technology to achieve—among other things—vibratory insulation from today’s. See a slide show of projects.
- www.bonesolutionsinc.com –MgO based bone replacement
www.lithistone.com (Artistic uses of MgO cement)
www.tececo.com (Australian MgO “Eco” cement)
www.geopolymer.org (General alternative cements info)
www.ecocreto.com (100% Pervious Portland/MgO cement)
www.chemicalceramics.com (Magnesium Oxy-Cloride-“Chinacrete”)
http://minerals.usgs.gov/minerals/pubs/commodity/magnesium/ (MgOcommodity info)
www.anl.gov (search under "Ceramicrete" )
www.bindancorp.com (MgO products licensed w /ArgoneLabs)
www.premierchemicals.com (search under "Library"section,then "Magnesia Cement")www.baymag.com (High quality raw (non-reactive) MgO)
www.rosendalecement.net/html/chemistry.html natural cement fromwww.magnesicore.com (MgO based building sheet products)
www.dragonboard.us/ (MgO based building sheet products)
www.magnumbp.com (MgO based building sheet products)www.tristatesips.com (MgO based "SIPS"insulated panels)