PT. Dinar Makmur – The Packaging Specialist
Dinar Floating Concrete is a floating modular system made of EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) with concrete structural components on top, such as beams, column pedestals, and slabs. The reinforcement of the structure follows the design of the building above it. This serves to provide a stronger structural strength to withstand significant constructions, such as restaurants, bridges, docks, and other large-scale buildings. The on-site casting process uses a “mosquito coil” method, where the casting is done in a circular shape resembling a mosquito coil to maintain the stability of DF Concrete.
Advantages Dinar Floating Concrete:
Dinar Floating Non Concrete is a floating modular/pontoon system that utilizes EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) as its buoyant construction material. DF Non Concrete offers enhanced safety as there is no possibility of leakage. It can be applied for pedestrian walkways and small docks.
Advantages Dinar Floating Non Concrete:
One application of EPS as a floating modular system is designing it specifically for photovoltaic modules, providing stability and durability. Dinar Floating Photovoltaic is used as a floating platform for solar panels and inverters.
Advantages Dinar Floating Photovoltaic: