Sustainable Building materials
Use of Engineered Bamboo at Kempegowda International Airport Bangalore India
Bamboooz installed all Handrails made from Engineered Bamboo – which is highly resistant to Abrasions and is a Sustainable material.
All conventional materials like Steel, glass etc consume 1000 times more energy than Engineered Bamboo.
Bamboo Replenishes itself every year and the clump size increases making it most renewable. It can grow up to 60 feet in a month locking an equivalent amount of carbon as its weight.
Engineered Bamboo is the following generation material and its applications including Façade Ceiling Cladding, Flooring, Roofing, and Decking a step towards the carbon mitigation goal of the world.
Glass façades cause a lot of glare which is a significant disadvantage.
We build glass skyscrapers, then have to cool that glass skyscraper, which uses energy and contributes to the climate crisis. increasing the temperature.
We need an absorbent of heat and shade to reduce glare and save energy. The amount of energy spent on Glass is enormous.
Heat-absorbent material can be Molded Mud Bricks or any woody material.
Engineered Bamboo being the most renewable material on earth a Simple solution
Easy to fix, long-lasting, Aesthetic and highly heat absorbent. The cost is much less if you compare the cooling cost of the building. Moreover, the material is Carbon negative considering research around the world.