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Introduction to my native Indian Houses
I have designed a hollow concrete block building system, which is going to utilize an AirCrete type filler in all the walls. The inexpensive easy to erect houses produced, will be for Native Indians across North America. John Olsen Cree Industries.
Zander Dragon Tamer Workshop Graduate last edited by Zander
John, welcome. I'd like to hear more about your system.
What is the role of the aircrete in this system?
Do you have any photos or drawing you can share?
Because of the remoteness of many Indian reserves, and an urgent need for 100's of thousands of homes, I have designed my "CreeConcretePanelBlock" 12 inch long by 8 inch high in 4 pieces, which lock together, leaving a 6 inch gap, which will be filled with Aerated concrete on the jobsite. It fills the cavity and acts as a good insulation. I look forward to seeing a demonstration of AirCrete in the near future.
Zander Dragon Tamer Workshop Graduate last edited by
There is an aircrete project currently in progress on an Indian reservation in Oklahoma. They are in the early stage of the project. They will continue making blocks for the next couple months.
I am very interested in any housing project utilized in Indian country. Concrete, because of its fire safety and longevity, could become a favorite of remote areas, which lack fire stations etc.,
upwinger Major Contributor last edited by upwinger
Contact me if you start any projects in the northern Ca region.
I built an off grid foam generator that I would like to test... it works on 12 v battery pack.
I call it the "Dragon Slayer" LOL
Unfortunately, you still need a generator to power an air compressor though.
anthonydjones Dragon Tamer last edited by
I am following and interested. Looking forward to pics and details or a web site.