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  • Rammed earth wall in Karlsruhe Church Parish Center, Germany
  • New House in North Germany with conluto rammed earth wall
  • conluto play plaster in Körtlinghausen castle
  • Scandinavian kitchen with conlino Clay smoothing plaster Mussel
  • Bedroom with conluto clay plaster walls and clay-colored pure white
  • Clay plaster in the Lighthouse Hotel in Dagebüll, Germany
  • Office with conlino Deco clay facing plaster Gravel and effect material mica mineral for modern concrete look
  • Masonry heater with clay plaster in the Tao health center of the manor house Stellshagen, Germany
  • Wine cellar in Austria with conluto clay plaster
  • Half-timbered house in East Westphalia Germany plastered with conluto clay plaster

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Foamed clay (also: expanded clay)
Foamed clay is a natural building material made of clay. After the clay has been washed, ground and homogenised, it is fired in a special oven at a temperature of up to 1200°C. The resulting end product consists of small red-brown granules with a strong ceramic outer shell and a foam-like cellular structure within in which thousands of air pores are enclosed.
Foamed clay is used in conluto foamed clay light earth which is used as a fill material for insulating wall linings on the inner face of external walls, as well as for making light-earth partitioning walls. Due to its low moisture content it is particularly suited for uses where the material drying process is impeded by other surfaces.