Structural Concrete Insulated Panels,(SCIPs) Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) Magnesium Oxide Skinned Panels (Mag Board) and Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs)
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           Structural Concrete Insulated Panels (SCIP)


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Some information is an average or for one panel or more.

  1. What is a SCIP panel?
  2. How are they made?
  3. What materials are they made of?
  4. Are all panels made the same?
  5. Can I make them myself?
  6. Do I have more than one choice?
  7. Do SCIP panels meet building codes?
  8. Are SCIP Panels disaster resistant?
  9. What R value do they come in?

10. Do they work in cold weather?

11. Is thermal bridging a problem?

12. What is thermal Mass?

13. What is ECO Cooling?

14. Where can I build a SCIP Home?

15. How do SCIP Panels compare in cost?

16. What is S.T.C.?

17. What is the fire rating of SCIP Panels?

18. What style and shape can I build with SCIP Panels?

19. How do I install plumbing and electrical?

20. How strong are beams made of SCIP Panels?

21. How far can SCIP Panel floors and roof span?

22. Are SCIP Panels Green?

23. How do you fasten SCIP Panel to footings and slabs?

24. Can you use SCIP Panels for foundations?

25. Does SCIP Panels Meet FEMA Requirements?

26. How do you install Windows and doors in SCIP Panels?

27. How long can the foam last?

28. Is foam waterproof?

29. What is carbon neutral building?

30. What is the lifecycle of SCIP Buildings?

   Structural Concrete Insulated Panels,(SCIPs) Concrete on both sides of the foam, adding thermal mass  
 Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) Foam with a exterior skins of OSB usually, also with skins of Steal, and Cement  
 Magnesium Oxide Skinned Panels (Mag Board) a mag SIP
Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs) Foam blocks with cement poured in the centers of the blocks

Thermal mass is a concept that was used by the Romans we just use newer materials