Present Situation and Problems Analysis of Waterproof and Seal of Prefabricated Building Exterior Wall

Qizhi Zhang (Huanghuai University, Zhumadian)

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Abstract


With the continuous development and progress of China's social economy, the construction speed of our construction industry is also accelerating. Compared with the traditional cast-in-place reinforced concrete and masonry building, it has been unable to meet the requirements of the construction industry and the development of the times. Because the prefabricated building has the advantages of fast speed, water saving, land saving, noise reduction, material saving and energy saving in installation. Compared with traditional buildings, the prefabricated building is more energy efficient and practical. Therefore, the new type of precast assembly architecture is constantly highlighted and has become the mainstream of the development of the future construction industry. However, the technology started late in China, and the immature technology and imperfect supporting standards led to slow progress and even stagnation in China's construction industry. Through the analysis of the present situation and problems of the waterproof and sealing of the prefabricated building exterior walls, the suggestions for the healthy development of the construction industry in China are put forward in time.


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Prefabricated housing; Waterproofing on the exterior wall; Seal; Problem

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/frae.v1i1.3

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