Nau scientist James Stirling has created a new cement that can be used in the manufacture of concrete and other building materials.
The company, Nau Construction, announced Monday that it has begun using the product as a building material for its concrete projects.
The new product, which is available in two varieties, can be mixed with water and can withstand temperatures ranging from minus 30 to 50 degrees Celsius, Stirling said.
It can also be recycled.
Nau also is developing a water-resistance cement that is designed to be reused in new concrete buildings.
The product can also withstand temperatures from minus 20 to 30 degrees Celsius.
Stirling’s research on a new type “coconut” was recently published in the Journal of Applied Polymer Science.
He said he wanted to make a new material that would last indefinitely.
Nausco cement is made from recycled coconut husks.
It is mixed with a water solution, then the mixture is heated in a vacuum oven.
Stirlings team created a polymer with the new polymer that is able to withstand temperatures up to 40 degrees Celsius and can be recycled into new concrete.
Stroud said his company is now looking to scale up its use of the polymer for other applications.
Nautilus technology Nautilius technology was founded in 2009 by scientists at the University of California, Davis.
It works by capturing heat in a material and turning it into an electrical current that is then applied to a surface.
In this way, Nautillus technology can be applied to many different materials, including cement, which absorbs water but can also resist heat, according to Nautius website.