Cellulose - a product from nature. As the main component of plants and trees, its function is to stabilise the cell walls. Cellulose is the most abundant organic compound. Without cellulose no trees. Without trees no paper. Without paper no natural thermal insulation.
Isocell is natural thermal insulation made of cellulose fibres, which is produced by recycling clean, segregated daily newspapers. Drawing as course fibre, mixing with mineral salts and milling in a mill makes Isocell cellulose resistant to rotting and fire-resistant. Production is carried out in compliance with strict quality criteria in our own plants in Austria, Belgium, France and Sweden. MORE
NATURALLY MOISTURE REGULATING
Isocell cellulose has a moisture-regulating effect. It is not only very water vapour permeable, it can also transport moisture in the fibre. It accomplishes this without losing its insulation qualities.
NATURALLY TOP VALUES
Isocell cellulose is charactarised by a particularly low heat conductivity (AT / EU: 0.039W/mK, DE: 0.040W/mK, CH: 0.038 W/mK).
NATURALLY THE BEST
The rooms stay cool in the summer, including the under-roof areas. Isocell cellulose insulation provides maximum performance in heat protection, as in other aspects. And that with enormous endurance, so far without material fatigue.
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