Construction methods

Outer wall

HDRTM method
HDR method The unique rocking mechanism allows movement of the panel to follow deformation of the steel framework.
Despite application of a large external force to the framework, damage and dislodging of the outer wall panels is prevented, thus increasing the durability and safety of the building.

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Horizontal wall HDRTM method
Horizontal wall HDR method As with the vertical wall HDRTM method, the wall surface follows deformation between layers using O bolts or O nuts and anchor rods. There are no holes for bolt heads in the outside of the panel, ensuring a clean finish and shorter construction time.

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Partitioning method

L plate method
L plate method A dry method in which an anchor using an L plate as the leg member is aligned with the T&G joint on the HebelTM panel end for installation. This method brings improved ease of work and safety, with significant savings in labor and shorter construction time.

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Roof and floor methods


Roof panel installation method
Roof and floor installation/// method With this method, joint reinforcing is passed through the roof plate welded onto the beam, the grooves in the length direction of the panel placed, and the joint filled with mortar to fix the panel in place, thus ensuring integration of the roof panel.

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Floor panel installation method
Roof and floor installation/// method The same method is used to mount floor panels and roof panels.

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A method suited to reinforced concrete mass housing.

HRCTM method
HRC method The use of HebelTM panels in non-load-bearing walls (secondary walls) of reinforced concrete mass housing. Contributes to ease of construction and shortened construction times.

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