Dincel Construction System awarded Best Environmental Practice Approval Mark
Dincel Construction System has been awarded the Best Environmental Practice (BEP) Approval Mark after meeting the strict Green Building Council Best Practice Guidelines for PVC.
The internationally patented, Australian made polymer formwork for waterproof walls and columns is growing in popularity, offering builders and developers up to 50 per cent faster construction time and up to 43 per cent in cost saving as a load bearing engineering system. Under the PVC Credit in the Green Building Council of Australia's Green Star rating tool, criteria have been developed to demonstrate BEP in PVC. The Green Building Council of Australia aims to achieve best practice for Australian buildings in all aspects. All products including Dincel style polymer formwork must be independently verified as meeting the BEP criteria. Testing found the VOC component reading for Dincel PVC is 50 times below the Green Star threshold.
“We are unique in the market, there is no one else like us in the world,” said the company’s founder and managing director, Burak Dincel. “Not only do we now have the BEP Mark, our PVC also meets the strict Building Code of Australia (BCA) compliance requirements. Only testing by an Australian NATA registered laboratory can validate that compliance. Our customers can have total confidence that the product they buy from Dincel has been completely qualified and verified.”
The Dincel Construction System product uniquely clicks into position to quickly build structural walls and columns, filled with ready mixed concrete on site. Suitable for above and below ground applications thanks to its waterproof properties, the Dincel system also prevents concrete cancer and corrosion for a high quality build with fewer defects and lower maintenance throughout the lifecycle of the building.