(Core material)


PF56 I/E

(Interior/ Exterior Render)


520 kg/m3


Fixed Satellite Production or Mobil In-Situ Unit or Existing Pre Cast Factories


Building constructed with H & B products can offer the building owner reduced insurance premiums for “Superior construction”, which we define as non-combustible, masonry non-combustible and fire resistance.

H & B ThermCon & PF56 I/E

is an excellent choice for green building projects and makes good environmental sense. ThermCon does not produce toxic runoff as some other materials. The components of ThermCon are very abundant and extracting the raw material from quarries takes fewer tolls on the environment.


H & B ThermCon & PF56 I/E advantages

Functional life cycle assessment, lower CO2 Footprint, require less energy during production, better indoor air quality as measured by current assessment standards. Gypsum is an inert, non-toxic mineral and therefore, harmless to human life either in its natural ore form or as a synthetic byproduct.

H & B ThermCon & PF56 I/E

Versatile and Flexible and satisfies a wide range of architectural requirements for design and code compliance. Ease and speed of application, performance, availability, the comfort of repair, and adaptability to all forms of decoration combine to make ThermCon unmatched by any other building material.

  • ThermCon has “no smoke emission” and is, therefore, one of the most fire-safe materials available today
  • readily available and easy to apply
  • installed at relatively low cost
  • ideal for job creation – a short training period for unskilled labour (2 days!)

Utilizing ThermCon, it is possible to accrue LEEDS points in the ways:

  • Minimizing energy use
  • Optimizing energy performance
  • Incorporating recycled content
  • Use of local or regional material
  • Innovative design techniques
  • Site-wide VOC reduction (Volatile organic compounds)
  • Reduction in the use of Portland cement
  • Reducing construction waste products

H & B ThermCon & PF56 I/E,

the ideal building material for LEED-certified construction projects now being required by many state and local municipalities for government, school and hospital projects.