WOODYCELL is natural insulation material made from wood fibres. It contains no harmful substances or additives of any kind and is pleasantly warm to the touch. The low energy input required in its production makes WOODYCELL unrivalled from an ecological point of view. Insulation for every application, whether it is a new construction, refurbishment, sloping roofs, top storey ceilings, intermediate floors, exterior or interior walls
Cellulose blow-in insulation — blown insulation made from newspapers ISOCELL cellulose blow-in insulation is a thermal insulation made from cellulose fibres which is produced from newspaper in an optimal recycling process. Therefore, the raw material for ISOCELL is wood, the excellent properties of which have been known to us for centuries. Production of ISOCELL takes place in Austria, in one of the most modern plants in Europe.
GRANUBLOW core insulation — ideal insulation material for the subsequent insulation of double-shell masonry. Areas of application The insulation is used for old buildings, behind curtain-wall facing on detached houses or apartment buildings. The insulation material can be blown in or poured in and is installed only by approved specialist companies. Properties GRANUBLOW is hydrophobic, which means it is water-repellent and guarantees a dry insulation layer, even when there is wind-driven rain and a wet outer shell. In addition, the insulation is resistant to rotting and offers effective protection against rodents and vermin. GRANUBLOW retains its volume even when there are heavy vibrations: it is dust-free and efficient in use in addition to being outstanding value for money. A very good lambda-value of 0,033 or 0,035. Advantages GRANUBLOW core insulation guarantees a pleasant room climate: cosily warm in winter and pleasantly cool in summer. Insulation can take place at any time and saves time and costs. It fits easily into all irregular shapes of construction and leaves no gaps. GRANUBLOW is hydrophobic (water-repellent), rot-resistant and guarantees a dry insulation layer, even in the case of driving rain and a wet outer shell.