"Bton's technologies help to build a regenerative environment."

"Bton's patented technologies enable the complete decarbonisation of concrete and sustainable construction."

Environmentally optimised and climate-positive concrete

DIN/EN/GCC certified
Cost Efficient

Bton in comparison with regular concrete

Bton's mixing and process technology enables the production of environmentally optimised and climate-positive concretes of all exposure classes.

Decarbonisation Methods

Clinker and Cement Reduction

Clinker cement is known to be heavily CO2-emitting. Bton reduces the proportion of clinker in the binder system by up to 75%, significantly reducing the emissions in the concrete. The quality of the concrete is maintained, and the lower hydration temperatures achieved through Bton's technology are often advantageous.


The compressive strength is 25% higher compared with conventional production methods.


The early strength is 100% higher than with conventional manufacturing processes.

CO2-Negative Ingredients

Bton's mixing and process technology makes it possible to use large quantities of carbon-reducing materials that permanently incorporate CO2 into the concrete. We also require less water during our mixing and production process.


The mixing and processing technology allows greater volumes of CO2-sinking materials in concrete.

10% Less water

The mixing and processing technology requires 10% less water within production.

Lightweight and Local Aggregates

Bton can use locally available aggregates and optimise their CO2 and weight. Our concrete can, therefore, be up to 40% lighter and very favourably priced compared to the market, without any loss of strength.

40% Lighter

The weight can be reduced by 40% and the same compressive strength can be achieved.

Desert Sand

Bton's technology makes it possible to use previously unusable Desert Sand as well as regular sand.

Statically Active Fibres

The statically active fibres used by Bton can replace the need for steel in vertical concrete elements.


The use of statically effective fibres also reduces the weight.


By replacing steel the use of statically effective fibres reduces the amount of CO2 in the concrete.

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