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Innovative Manufacturing Technologies and Sustainability in Mobile Homes

In the production of mobile homes, wooden structures often dominate, with wood being the primary building element, and some manufacturers add thin steel structural components. However, our company stands completely apart from this standard.

Our technology focuses on statically strong, durable, and robust structures. We use solid steel construction with a special anchoring system for insulation, which eliminates thermal bridges and heat transfers. Unlike wooden homes, our system does not deteriorate over time, there are no cracks, and the structures do not exhibit movement or twisting, allowing them to be placed on uneven terrain without damage to the construction.

Traditional mobile homes often differ from traditional family homes mainly in terms of usability, and some argue that they are habitable only during certain times of the year.

However, our solutions differ not only in usability but also in functionality, insulation, and structural strength, which is comparable to standard family homes, with the only difference being their size. For example, our Emiko model is even taller inside than most standard family homes.

In the construction of our homes, we use steel structural elements, corrugated sheet metal for exterior protection, and insulation consisting of 150mm polystyrene. We also use OSB boards up to 22mm thick in some areas. This material mix provides exceptional strength and durability for our buildings.

Our assembly system and technological procedures are our know-how, which we protect. Our innovations have an incredible impact on energy savings, as the structures have no thermal bridges or heat transfers. Insulation is supplemented by an air gap in the floor and ceiling, further increasing efficiency. Customers may not see all the innovations, but everyday use of our homes brings their benefits.

Our company continually strives to move forward and work on new elements and innovations in all aspects of production and design. Material sustainability is a key aspect of our process, and we aim to minimize any waste of materials from production to the subsequent installation phase.


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