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Date: Thu, 6 Mar 2014 08:03:00 -0500 [05:03:00 PST]
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Subject: Fwd: [blog JD] Geopolymer cement and sea projects
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tuve un acercamiento con Joseph Davidovits.. la idea es tener el email directo de el y la posibilidad de ver este tipo de geopolymeros para futuras aplicaciones en Latinoamerica a travez de nostros... pienso asistir en julio a su seminario en francia y asi poder hablar mas con el.. entre esos los costos para produccion aca y lo que se necesita para un posible montaje aca; lo hago ya que si podemos vender el proyecto en el mercado de carbon credits, a lo mejor podemos conseguir mas recursos para construir aca.. que piensas? argumentan que pueden reducir hasta en un 90% los gases de carbono al producir el cemento..


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From: Joseph Davidovits <>
Date: Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 5:53 AM
Subject: Re: [blog JD] Geopolymer cement and sea projects

Well, Geopolymer Cements are well suited for marine applications. They have long term properties similar to the best Roman Concretes built 2000 years ago.
As soon as your project has the appropriate financial back up and If you feel I could be of certain help within a Consultation agreement, I?ll be ready to look at your project in details.

Le 4 mars 2014 à 18:32, Juan Roberto Serrano <> a écrit :
À :

Nom / Name:
Juan Roberto Serrano


Sujet / Subject:
Geopolymer cement and sea projects

Dear Professor Davidovits,

I am writing this email because my partner and myself are orienting
ourselves towards building big concrete naval structures on/in and
next to the sea. It all started with some try-outs, small pilot
projects and a submarine; there is a high chance that we might outgrow
in our intentions very soon.

A 200T (18x4.6m) concrete submarine is still on land since our
maritime authorities (Colombia) considered it a risk for illicit drug
transportation; while we, as entrepreneurs, felt frustrated, it also
brought us the attention from local and international companies. Among
them, ones thinking over futuristic developments on/ in and next to
the sea.

These types of initiatives also need to be projected towards a cleaner
future. Due to the fact that we are aware, through you and your

organization, that geopolymer cement can contribute up to 90% of CO2
reduction, we would like to know if it can also be used to develop
concrete naval structures such as floating platforms, submarines,
barges, docks, etc..
Professor, we are open and looking forward to your comments, suggestions
and any recommendations,

Bestr regrads on behalf of us,

Juan Roberto


Prof.Dr. Joseph Davidovits

Géopolymère Institute

16 rue Galilée

F-02100 Saint-Quentin, France




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