Une recherche succincte donne cette info :
http://www.serviziofinanziamenti.unisal ... 2_2011.pdf
http://marchmontnews.com/Technology-Inn ... -each.html
il s'agit de plastiques plus ou moins récupérés, chargés des cendres des incinérateurs d'ordures, mixture de beaucoup de plastique avec des cendres, à voir les photos !!!
Le matériau est gratuit au moins en Russie mais le recyclage du plastique seul est peut être aussi bien???
The technology of manufacturing of the new fireproof constructional building material was developed at the Mineral processing and
engineering ecology department (MPEE) of Irkutsk state technical university (ISTU). The proposed material is based on ash-and-slag (heat
electropower station wastes) and polymer waste products.
VINIZOL is close to the natural wood and excels it by some of its characteristics: heat resistance, frost resistance, chemical and biological
durability (rotting, molding), longevity. Porosity introduces new advantages to the developed material, such as ease, water resistance
and hydrophobic property.
The VINIZOL's manufacturing technique is extrusion.
It is planned to carry out the scientific research simultaneously with the manufacturing, that will allow to produce the diversified material's
range. It will be possible at the expense of using waste products and variation of the specific content of ash in the base mixture.
Due to the VINIZOL's water resistance and high durability it can be applied to: outboard walls, houses panelling, terraces, hortensial
furniture, decks, patio, outboard window and door frames, fences, roof tile, piers, pavements, vessel's deck.
VINIZOL can also be used indoors: floor, ceiling, doors, inner window and door frames, wall panels, furniture, veneer, plinth, etc.
The developed material is able to meet competition as it matches up-to-date fire and ecological safety demands. As VINIZOL is based
on cheap large-capacity waste products, its cost is much lower than the analogues' ones.
VINIZOL is machined by all the same tools as natural wood. The developed material is easily sawed, planed and perforated. It can also
be easily dyed. It holds up pins, cramps and screws. Some of the material's sorts can be cemented; some other ones can be welded in
common with the plastic.