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Tridipanel is a structural concrete insulated panel (SCIP) building system that is disaster-resistant against hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes and fires. A Tridipanel consist of two flat metal screen meshes parallel to one another, connected with thick gauge cross wires and the center filled with expanded polystyrene (EPS). Concrete, such as Portland cement, Shotcrete or gunite are applied to both sides of the panel, forming a strong load bearing wall capable of single and multi-story residential homes, commercial buildings, and secondary structures, such as cabins, sheds and barns.
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Fire Resistant Homes:

Tridipanel has a four hour fire rating. Many concrete homes have been built in high fire prone areas such as Southern California and survived fire storms.
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Hurricane Resistant Homes:

The Tridipanel is rated for winds over of 200mph, forming an almost hurricane-proof structure.
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Earthquake Resistant Homes:

Earthquakes can strike at anytime, the Tridipanel is highly resistant to earthquake damage.
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Termites, Rodents, Ants, Mold, Black Mold:

The Tridipanel has no food source for rodents, ants, mold, and the cement exterior skin will not allow animals and rodents to enter the structure walls.
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