&homeImage1=C-O-M&&homeImage2=C-O-M-1&&homeStr1=JODRAN COMPANY LTD - Building Technology With The Best Thermal and Sound Insulation..... شركة جدران المحدودة- التكنولوجيا الحديثة للبناء- قمة العزل الحراري والصوتي ..... JODRAN COMPANY LTD - Building Technology With The Best Thermal and Sound Insulation..... شركة جدران المحدودة- التكنولوجيا الحديثة للبناء- قمة العزل الحراري والصوتي &&advantagesStr= THE BEST THERMAL AND SOUND INSULATION |Jodran system provides the best thermal / sound insulation ever| available in construction. The two polystyrene layers will work|as external and internal thermal / sound insulators. The external|layer will insulate the building from external harsh weather and the internal layer will prevent inner air condition from leaking into the|walls of the building. This way, The building can be cooled sooner,|desired temperature will be maintained for longer period, Air|conditioning capacity will be lower and reduces electrical bill. ||STRENGTH AND HARDINESS|As compared to other construction systems, Jodran system is |characterized as having hard walls and strong buildings. First|of all, using 10cm of solid 4000 psi concrete results in very strong |walls as compared to other construction systems, which use bricks in constructing walls. Second, other construction systems start the floor by constructing the columns, then uses bricks to construct the walls with hardly any attachment between walls and columns. In Jodran system, however, walls and columns are constructed together by solid concrete attached with reinforcement steel. This way, the building can be viewed as one single block. No doubt that this single block structure makes the building much stronger than fragmented construction structures made by other construction systems.||DESIGN FLEXIBILITY||Jodran system gives unprecedented design flexibility more than any other construction system. Since Jodran system starts construction by first assembling lightweight flexible panels, the designer/owner have the chance to view the look of the walls before pouring concrete in them, and walls can be bent in a remarkable flexibility. Furthermore, Jodran system can be applied to any number of buildings whereby many buildings with the same design may have different elevations. Jodran system can also be applied to buildings with any number of floors.||BUILDING LIFE SPAN||Two major characteristics make buildings constructed with Jodran system have much longer life than buildings with other construction systems. First, the whole building is constructed by solid concrete. Second, the building is completely insulated from the harsh external weather making the strong structure live a comfortable life.||FIRE RESISTANCE||All walls in Jodran system are made of solid concrete, and this makes the building withstand high temperature caused by fire much more than buildings with walls made by bricks. The polystyrene used in the panels is fire retardant.||ANTI EARTH QUAKES AND CRACKS||Jodran system uses solid concrete walls and is constructed as single block with columns. There for the building becomes highly resistant to earth quakes. Furthermore, the use of wire mesh within the panel makes the walls withstand all sorts of cracks.||COST OF CONSTRUCTION AND LIVING||Jodran system can be used in buildings with many different options according to the desire of the owner and the cost of construction differs accordingly. Jodran system can be used in internal and external walls and ceilings of the building. The system could also be used only on external walls where the cost of construction will be much lower than most other construction characterized by its thermal insulation. The powerful insulation capability of Jodran system also reduces the amount of air conditioning needed to cool the building, which decreases the electricity consumption. The moderate temperature in the building will also preserve the life of the furniture and other devices whereby maintenance cost is brought to a minimum. The complete insulation of the building structure will extend the life of the building minimizing the cost of depreciation.||EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL FINISHING||It is possible to apply any sort of internal and external finishes known in other construction systems to Jodran buildings such as normal plaster and paint, ceramics, marble, or stone cladding etc.||PLUMBING AND ELECTRIC WIRING||Plumbing and electric wiring on Jodran walls can be quite easily done by taking out the internal insulation layer for the rout of pluming or electric wiring. &&constructionStr= The Panel|Jodran system is composed of a three dimensional panels, which are |made of 2.2 mm thick galvanized metal wire. Two layers of thermal |insulation (Polystyrene), with thickness of 4 cm each, are inserted into |the panel, where by a 1 cm wire mesh on the outer side of each layer|is used to attach the mortar onto the polystyrene. One layer will work|as external sound / thermal insulation and the other one as an internal|insulator. For example, in a 20 cm thick wall, the panel have the following layout:|1) 1cm of wire mesh|2) 4cm of insulation layer|3) 10cm of available space for concrete filler|4) 4cm of insulation layer|5) 1cm of wire mesh. The panels are manufactured according to the architectural and| structural drawings including doors, windows, columns, and beams. The panels can be manufactured with many different depths, which|can extend from 15 to 50 cm. That is, walls in Jodran system can be|from 15 to 50 cm thick. Either increasing the concrete or the insulation|layer thicknesses or both will increase the wall thickness. Construction Method|After manufacturing and transporting the panels to the site, they are|assembled according to the structural drawings. The consultant / owner will then approve the assembly of the panels as walls and columns. The owner has a unique chance to imagine his house and move further to check room size, doors and windows add changes if necessary. Next, concrete is poured into the space of the panels to finish the process of constructing the walls and columns. نظام اسلوب البناء يتكون نظام جدران من وحدات ثلاثية الأبعاد تصنع من شبك معدني معدني مجلفن قطر 2.2 مم . على أن يكون عرض الوحدات 1.20م والطول حسب الارتفاع المطلوب والسمك يتراوح مابين 7سم و50سم وهو -: مايسمى بنماذج جدران للحوائط وهي كالتالي نماذج جدران للحوائط الداخلية (J20,J10,J7) نماذج جدران للحوائط الخارجية (J7+J25) نماذج جدران لحوائط البدروم (J50,J40,J30) والحوائط الساندة &&technicalStr= KFUPM STUDY RESULTS||A study conducted by the Research Institute (Civil Engineering Dept.) of King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) provided the following results:||The Jodran J20 and J25 Structural Units were evaluated in this study.||1. The compressive strength results revealed that relatively, the Jodran Units have marginally higher compressive strength than the concrete brick blocks. The compressive strength of the Jodran Structural Units was around 14.7 Mpa as compared with 13.7 Mpa for normal concrete blocks.||2. The thermal conductivity test showed that the thermal insulation properties of the J20 and J25 units were about four to five times that of normal concrete.||3. The fire resistance test results of both the J20 units and the concrete blocks indicated that within the first to fourth hours of the duration of the fire, the temperature rise in the concrete block was vividly more than that in the J20 unit. Such an effect may be beneficial from safety and structural perspectives because it may delay the degradation of concrete in the case of fire during this period.||TECHNICAL DATA SHEET||Choice of Lattice||Determined by:| a. Structural Requirements| b. Type of Infill Material| c. Desired Finish||Infilled Panel||A permanent shuttering that has the following properties:|a. Thermal Insulation|b. Acoustic Insulation|c. Fire Resistance|d. Host the electrical & water supply pipes|e. Finishing|Type of Infill: Polystyrene, Mineral Wool, MillBoard, Hardboard or Cork.||Thermal Insulation||Lattice Polystyrene Concrete Plaster K value| J10 8cm Nil 2 x 2cm 0.400| J20 2x4cm 10cm 2 x 2cm 0.391| J25 8cm (1x 9) + (1 x 4) cm 2 x 2cm 0.400| J30 2x4cm 10cm 2 x 2cm 0.272|The above data as per ASTM Standards - ASTM C518||Acoustic Insulation||Constructed according to the requirements of the building.||Fire Resistance||Lattice Polystyrene Concrete K value| J20 2x4cm 10cm >70min| J25 8cm (1x 9) + (1 x 4) cm >140min|The above data as per ASTM Standards - ASTM E119|(Standard Test Methods for Fire Tests of Building Construction and Materials)||Seismic Resistance||As per the Seismic Rehabilitation of Non-Ductile Reinforced Concrete Frames Study by Richard N. White, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853.||Concrete||ASTM C192, ASTM C138, ASTM C173, ASTM C231 & ACI 211.1 P.6.3.9 (Standard Test Methods of Sampling and Testing Concrete Masonry Units and Related Units)||Stability||ASTM C140 (Standard Test Methods of Sampling and Testing Concrete Masonry Units and Related Units)||Reinforced Steel||ASTM A82 REV A, ASTM A184/A184M, ASTM A185 REV A|ASTM A 496 REV A, ASTM A497 REV B|ASTM A615/A615M REV A|ASTM A616/A616M, ASTM A617/A617M, ASTM A704/A704M|ASTM A767/A767M||Steel Wires||2.2mm thick Galvanized or Stainless Steel as per ASTM A370|(Standard Test Methods and Definitions for Mechanical Testing of Steel Products)||Dimension of Element||Width : 1.20m obtainable in steps of 10cm|Height : Up to 12m, obtainable in steps of 15cm|Thickness: Up to 0.50m, depending on the wall or floor.||Maximum Benefits||The system can be used as a bearing wall to reduce the steel consumption while reducing the total cost of the project and giving a wide range of span.&&homeStr2= WELCOME TO JODRAN COMPANY LTD. ( THE BUILDING TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE )|JODRAN COMPANY LTD established in 1993 in Saudi Arabia, is a Limited Liability Company. JODRAN is a leader in the construction field, in adopting and using modern technology to overcome the limitations of conventional building method.... &&salesStr= A live exhibition with step by step demonstration on all the stages of our building system, is open for visitors at our Head Office, in Dammam, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.| |Exhibition Hours:|(Saturday thru Wednesday)|8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon and 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM||Thursday off| Location Map *http://bme.map24.com/jodran* &&aboutStr1=JODRAN COMPANY LTD|Established in 1993 in Saudi Arabia, is a Limited Liability Company with a Paid up Capital of Saudi Riyals 15 Million. JODRAN is a leader in the construction field, in adopting and using modern technology to overcome the limitations of conventional building method, and to fulfil the regional building requirements.||Therefore, JODRAN, was able to introduce the Total Solution through the use of Jodran Technology, an advanced building concept in today’s world.||JODRAN is thoroughly equipped to use this technology in the construction of Residential Buildings, Schools, Hospitals and Multi-Storey Buildings. JODRAN uses the standard methods and specifications, which comply with the requirements of ACI (American Concrete Institute) and ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials).||A full-fledged factory consisting of two production lines with an average production capacity of 180,000m2 of panels per annum is situated in Dammam, Saudi Arabia to meet the demand in the region.&&aboutStr2=JODRAN Company Ltd.|P.O.Box 35151,|Dammam 31488|Kingdom of Saudi Arabia||Tel: (+966) 3 - 8344545|Fax: (+966) 3 - 8343939|Email:*info@jodran.com*&&advantages=2&&construction=1&&technical=1&&sales=3&&projects=27&&projectDescript=Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. When these elements are erected in their positions on site and the reinforcement steel is fixed inside them, the cavity is then filled with concrete.|Inserted within the lattice are 3.7cm thick insulation layers of flame-retardant polystyrene with a density of 22Kg/m3. For walls, these layers are inserted on both sides of the elements leaving a cavity in between for the cast-in-situ concrete. 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