Climate Tech for maximum resilience protecting our built world, the environment and human life while significantly decreasing Carbon emissions for long-term sustainability.

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Advanced Climate Tech Solutions for a Challenging Era

We’ve developed a net zero, faster, lighter, and indestructible surface material to enhance protection for buildings, infrastructure, and even underwater pipelines and coral reefs. Our innovation utilizes half the cement, resulting in an 86.25% reduction in COemissions, as cited by the McKinsey Global Institute. It withstands extreme weather events, saving billions of dollars in destruction, repair, and renovation waste.

Furthermore, the remaining 13.75% can be offset below zero using harvested carbon and recycled fillers. This advancement promises significant improvements in air quality and unparalleled protection against natural disasters. Our nanoceramics, a sustainable alternative to Portland cement, are non-toxic and foster resilient, integrated solutions.

Public Health & Safety

Our formulations will benefit the public with multifunctional solutions, universally enhancing quality of life through CO2 reduction and improved air quality. They also mitigate risks of death and disease from natural disasters, toxic mold, and structural failures. These advancements aim to fortify public safety and security, creating stronger, healthier buildings that enhance productivity and ensure the longevity of residential and commercial infrastructure. Additionally, they support the transition from toxic cement plants to clean blending facilities, aligning with the Federal Buy Clean Initiative.

3D Printing and Precast Applications with Advanced Materials

The integration of plumbing and electricity into 3D construction models eliminates all design limitations and obstacles for 3D printed homes and large-scale buildings. Exciting developments in 3D technology for cost-effective housing are already global. Similarly, our material is ideal for 3D printing applications and offers numerous benefits not found in current construction materials.

Zaha Hadid, a revolutionary architect, designed beautiful, sinuous buildings that harmonized with their environmental surroundings. Her work heralds a new era complemented by advancements in building materials. The use of curvature in architectural design demonstrates that architecture can be artistic and aesthetic while augmenting durability to extreme events.

The video below showcases her remarkable architecture with astonishing curved structures that no longer depend on ninety degree angles. Winds that hit with a high impact on a flat surface are most likely to fail. In contrast, when the surface is rounded, the wall will experience less force and will not be as impacted by high wind or high water due to the ability to flow around the curve. This results in greater resiliency to climate events that we strive to achieve. Our net zero CeramtekTM  products provide multifunctional capabilities listed on our products page.