Many customers contact us through our website to inquire about the difference between prefabricated houses and integrated houses, so today Suzhou Gansu integrated house Technology Co., Ltd. Explain the difference between prefabricated houses and integrated houses.
With the development of technology, buildings can produce prefabricated building components in factories like machines and equipment, and then produce them in batches.
As a new building mode, prefabricated house and comprehensive house are both industrial production, but they are not the same.
What is a comprehensive house
Comprehensive houses are also called mobile houses or movable houses. It is a kind of building model, through prefabricating walls and roofs in the factory, and processing according to the design requirements, quickly assembling the house.
The comprehensive residence is composed of structural system, ground system, floor system, wall system and roof system. Each system consists of several modules, which are manufactured at the factory and assembled at the residential site.
The integrated house can be disassembled and moved without damaging the land. It is easy to install and transport. It can be reused for many times and can be used as a temporary or permanent house.
It is mainly used for temporary offices and dormitories on construction sites; large-scale field exploration and field operation buildings in the fields of transportation, water conservancy, oil, natural gas, etc.; temporary housing, such as municipal government office, public placement, exhibition, etc.; leisure villas and holiday villas in tourist areas; earthquake relief and military areas.
What is prefabricated structure
A building assembled with prefabricated parts at a construction site.
This kind of building has the advantages of fast construction speed, limited by climate conditions, labor saving and improving the quality of the building.
Prefabricated buildings began to attract people's interest in the early 20th century, and eventually became a reality in the 1960s.
Prefabricated houses have the following characteristics:
1. Building components, such as exterior wall board, interior wall board, laminated board, balcony, air conditioning board, stair, prefabricated beam, prefabricated column, etc. All products are produced and processed in the workshop.
2. The site is mainly assembly work, much less than the original cast-in-place work.
3. The architectural decoration adopts integrated design and construction, which can be carried out simultaneously with the main construction.
4. Design standardization and management informatization: the more standardized the components, the higher the production efficiency, the lower the cost of the corresponding components, and the higher the cost performance of the whole prefabricated building.