Houses and infrastructure for refugees and emergencies.
They are systems and infrastructures designed to help people deprived of their most basic equipment, either because they have been displaced from their homes by war, or because they have been victims of a natural disaster or emergency.
In their design, care has been taken to provide them with natural resources, such as passive air conditioning, collection and reuse of water and natural resources, and generation and storage of energy. The excellent properties of both insulation and asepsis allow this material to be suitable for application to this type of constructions. Shelter: Capacity for five people, but admits modulations by joining along or across, being able to build in this way warehouses, chapels, schools or care centers. It has a very light prestressed Porositer panel structure, which includes solar panels on the roof able to feed the facilities in a way that is self-sufficient. A further plug-in system can be added to the ceiling by means of a plug-in system, and each housing module can be connected to one another to take advantage of the power if it is not used, with a small inverter type island limited to the individual consumption stipulated but allowing The surplus and store it in a specific enclosure with batteries. The camp is thus constituted in a small solar power station, and the project is intended to be self-sufficient.
Each module consists of the following elements:
Solar Panel Kit + Inverter Storage
Lighting with led lamps
It has a fresh food
Its components are shipped packaged and its assembly requires very few hours of work and is designed to last a minimum of 10 years, much more than conventional shelters whose duration varies by manufacturer from six months to three years maximum
Health centers: They are arranged in assembling modules, so that they can grow along or in width to modulate the solution required by the medical staff and the circumstances. Once again, being the lime the main building material, it is postulated as highly recommended for its asepsis. Civil work:
Channels and drainage
Wells and water fountains
Reservoirs and warehouses
Evacuation: Portable equipment by hitch or trailer (Compatible with bicycles).
Improved and ventilated latrine, wells, septic tanks
Waste water tanks
Faucets with tap and stand
Deposits and Buckets for Hygiene Kits
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