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2020

GOOD DESIGN|グッドデザイン金賞

Award-winning item
Exterior pavement finishing material [DRY TECH]
Business Owner
FUKKO Co.,Ltd. /Nagaoka Ready-Mixed Concrete
Category
House exterior materials
Company
FUKKO.Co.,Ltd. (Japan)
NAGAOKA READY MIXED CONCRETE (Japan)
Award Number
20G110670
Outline of Good Design Award winners
Outline of Good Design Award winners 2020

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Outline

DRY TECH is a high-performance permeability concrete, it allows rainwater to enter the ground. It is a pavement material with high performance surface and bending strength while having high water permeability porous structure with continuous voids inside. It helps contributes to urban flood damage countermeasures caused by record heavy rain.

Producer

Nariaki Sugiyama, Senior Vice President, FUKKO Co., Ltd. + Mitsuya Miyamoto, President, Nagaoka Ready-Mixed Concrete

Director

Nariaki Sugiyama, Senior Vice President, FUKKO Co., Ltd. + Mitsuya Miyamoto, President, Nagaoka Ready-Mixed Concrete

Designer

Nariaki Sugiyama, Senior Vice President, FUKKO Co., Ltd. + Mitsuya Miyamoto, President, Nagaoka Ready-Mixed Concrete

More information

https://www.fukko-japan.com/eco/dry-tech.html

Already on the market
2012/5

Evaluation

This permeable concrete holds great promise as a paving material that will improve environments troubled by the heat island phenomenon and flooding due to torrential rain. We greatly admired its outstanding permeability, which allows rainwater to filter through into the ground, as well as the fact that it offers better durability and weather resistance than conventional permeable concrete. By creating a situation close to that found in nature, in which the ground absorbs rainwater and recycles it, this product is expected not only to alleviate the burden on drainage systems during torrential downpours, but also to serve as a solution that helps to curb the depletion of groundwater and rising temperatures in cities.

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