The Hyperadobe method of Adobe wall construction is far superior to other methods of adobe construction.
Cost, Construction, and Convenience
The raschel mesh weave allows for gravity to effectively lock the adobe mix into place between layers for superior strength. The weave naturally allows the builder to align the adobe accurately as its being set into place. The ease of construction and speed of the Hyperadobe method makes its use ideal compared to all other methods for adobe wall constructions. Our material is sourced from recycled HDPE plastics. This keeps our commitment to the earth in focus.
Rolls of raschel mesh tubing are are 1640ft long and 14in wide.
The product when used stretches to approximately 16-20in wide and 3-4in thick.
Made in China of recycled HDPE plastics
observe all building codes and regulations in your area
remember to use safety precautions while building
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You may observe the Hyperadobe technique on by searching for videos on the product on YouTube.
Recycled HDPE Plastics
These are the bobbins of UV Resistant HDPE plastic yarn ready to be spun into your Hyperadobe raschel mesh tube. Our material is recycled from waste materials that would otherwise become junk in a landfill, or harm the river ecosystem.
Measurements of Roll(cm)
Your Adobe mixture may vary, and this affects the dimensions. 16 inches is the typical width of product after tamping down.
Average height of a compacted layer is 3 inches.
Circular Beehive Shed
Work is started on a 120 square foot “Beehive Shed”. This project is halted for the winter, but check back more in the spring 2023. The plan is to stucco the outside for a nice finish, and put a circular dome on the top for light, as well as an entry door. Eventually this structure will become the Chicken Coop. We suggest you start with a similar project before completing your dwelling to get your particular adobe mixture spot on. Currently, ours is using 5gal of sandy loam, 2.5gal of clay soil, 15lbs of portland concrete, several handfulls of hay, and roughly 5liters of water mixed into the concrete mixer per batch. This is providing for a layer that’s just as hard as concrete after tamped down and cured.
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Call Lachlan at 719-225-2664