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Burak Dincel is the founder of Dincel Construction Systems. A structural and civil engineer by trade, he developed and designed a patented PVC light formwork profile, successfully constructing many multi-level buildings across Australia using this innovate product designed to be faster and more cost effective in all areas of construction.

​​​​​​Dincel Structures NZ is Burak’s first New Zealand and South Pacific venture, bringing this advanced construction system to the Dincel warehouse in Silverdale, New Zealand. They’ve been working closely on projects with Trenz Homes, ASPEC, Mike Greer Homes and Housing New Zealand to name a few. Some of  our prospective projects are East Coast bays Fire Station, Hoppers Huapei and Anchorage retirement villages in Wellington, Christchurch and Tauranga

Dave Smyth discovered Dincel Construction Systems four years ago and has been completely blown away by the speed and efficiency it offers in comparison to traditional pre-cast and block. Ease of installation using Dincel is a key advantage that can’t be overlooked - particularly in New Zealand’s rapidly growing building environment.

Burak Dincel is the founder of Dincel Construction Systems. A structural and civil engineer by trade, he developed and designed a patented PVC light formwork profile, successfully constructing many multi-level buildings across Australia using this innovate product designed to be faster and more cost effective in all areas of construction.

​​​​​​Dincel Structures NZ is Burak’s first New Zealand and South Pacific venture, bringing this advanced construction system to the Dincel warehouse in Silverdale, New Zealand. They’ve been working closely on projects with Trenz Homes, ASPEC, Mike Greer Homes and Housing New Zealand to name a few. Some of  our prospective projects are East Coast bays Fire Station, Hoppers Huapei and Anchorage retirement villages in Wellington, Christchurch and Tauranga

Dave Smyth discovered Dincel Construction Systems four years ago and has been completely blown away by the speed and efficiency it offers in comparison to traditional pre-cast and block. Ease of installation using Dincel is a key advantage that can’t be overlooked - particularly in New Zealand’s rapidly growing building environment.

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Dincel Construction System is faster, lighter and safer to install when followed by the correct instalment manual. It has a variety of uses, including Inter-tenancy walls, retaining walls, water retention tanks, basements, swimming pools, car washes and more!

Dincel Construction Systems, has surged in global popularity, recently topping the Financial Times list of the fastest growing companies in Asia-Pacific, where it sits as the seventh fastest growing construction product in the world turning over more than $60 million a year.

 “The current wait on precast concrete is up to two-and-a-half months, and that’s just the beginning,” explains Dave.

 Dincel Construction Systems recently completed a retaining wall using Dincel profiles three metres in height, 23 meters in length in two days, with half a day of pouring concrete. How’s that for speed? I’ve seen Dincel speed projects up four- or five-times faster in comparison to standard precast and block concrete.”

So, what is Dincel structural walling and how is it shaving weeks off of building projects? We asked Dave to talk us through the impressive system.

 “What we offer,” says Dave, “is a permanent waterproof structural walling system.

Dincel Construction System is faster, lighter and safer to install when followed by the correct instalment manual. It has a variety of uses, including Inter-tenancy walls, retaining walls, water retention tanks, basements, swimming pools, car washes and more!

Dincel Construction Systems, has surged in global popularity, recently topping the Financial Times list of the fastest growing companies in Asia-Pacific, where it sits as the seventh fastest growing construction product in the world turning over more than $60 million a year.

 “The current wait on precast concrete is up to two-and-a-half months, and that’s just the beginning,” explains Dave.

 Dincel Construction Systems recently completed a retaining wall using Dincel profiles three metres in height, 23 meters in length in two days, with half a day of pouring concrete. How’s that for speed? I’ve seen Dincel speed projects up four- or five-times faster in comparison to standard precast and block concrete.”

So, what is Dincel structural walling and how is it shaving weeks off of building projects? We asked Dave to talk us through the impressive system.

 “What we offer,” says Dave, “is a permanent waterproof structural walling system.

The waterproof profiles are what makes Dincel completely different than anything else on the market. Unlike standard precast concrete. The click together joints in our Dincel product is patented and once filled with concrete, it hydraulics apart in the joint and the cement slurry forms a waterproof seal.

With Dincel you can render it, plaster it, paint it or cover in various cladding and facade systems. This, of course, eliminates the need for waterproofing one of the system’s many time-saving advantages.”

There are four Dincel profiles on the market: 110mm (12 storeys), 155mm (22 Storeys), 200mm (40 storeys), 275mm (60 storeys).

According to Dave, Dincel structural walling speeds up the build significantly, in large part because of the extremely light weight of the product.

The formwork itself has been reengineered so that there are no heavy metal stabilisers and has been replaced with natural organics within the formwork, making Dincel an eco-friendly, durable and sustainable product.

The waterproof profiles are what makes Dincel completely different than anything else on the market. Unlike standard precast concrete. The click together joints in our Dincel product is patented and once filled with concrete, it hydraulics apart in the joint and the cement slurry forms a waterproof seal.

With Dincel you can render it, plaster it, paint it or cover in various cladding and facade systems. This, of course, eliminates the need for waterproofing one of the system’s many time-saving advantages.”

There are four Dincel profiles on the market: 110mm (12 storeys), 155mm (22 Storeys), 200mm (40 storeys), 275mm (60 storeys).

According to Dave, Dincel structural walling speeds up the build significantly, in large part because of the extremely light weight of the product.

The formwork itself has been reengineered so that there are no heavy metal stabilisers and has been replaced with natural organics within the formwork, making Dincel an eco-friendly, durable and sustainable product.

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On a building project, saved time equates to saved money - up to 40 per cent, according to a recent study by The Natural Step. Dincel cuts construction costs onsite meaning, no cranes, no blocklayers and no heavy machinery required. Dincel uses less steel and less concrete needed to fill our profiles with a faster and more efficient build.

Because Dincel Construction System can be constructed using a manual, when followed correctly, perfectly straight walls can be achieved at a rate of 20 square metres, per man per hour.

 “With Dincel, installation is really straightforward. This doesn’t mean, however, that this system is limited to simple structures.”

 Dincel can be used for complex architecture, curved walls and columns. The reason for this lies in the versatility of the system. In addition to being fast and easy to install, Dincel also avoids water damage, dampness, rot, fungi, voids for vermin/bacteria growth and condensation, is non-combustible and has been tested to out stand earthquakes (magnitude 9), hurricanes and cyclones. Dincel has Superior fire properties and CSIRO Fire Certificates

 Keen to find out more? Be sure to check out Dincel Construction Systems on ArchiPro or reach out to Dave and his team.

 

On a building project, saved time equates to saved money - up to 40 per cent, according to a recent study by The Natural Step. Dincel cuts construction costs onsite meaning, no cranes, no blocklayers and no heavy machinery required. Dincel uses less steel and less concrete needed to fill our profiles with a faster and more efficient build.

Because Dincel Construction System can be constructed using a manual, when followed correctly, perfectly straight walls can be achieved at a rate of 20 square metres, per man per hour.

 “With Dincel, installation is really straightforward. This doesn’t mean, however, that this system is limited to simple structures.”

 Dincel can be used for complex architecture, curved walls and columns. The reason for this lies in the versatility of the system. In addition to being fast and easy to install, Dincel also avoids water damage, dampness, rot, fungi, voids for vermin/bacteria growth and condensation, is non-combustible and has been tested to out stand earthquakes (magnitude 9), hurricanes and cyclones. Dincel has Superior fire properties and CSIRO Fire Certificates

 Keen to find out more? Be sure to check out Dincel Construction Systems on ArchiPro or reach out to Dave and his team.

 

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