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.
Much more energy is consumed for the cooling of buildings than for their heating. The phase shifting indicates the time required for a temperature wave to reach the room side from the outside of a construction component. The larger the phase shift, the longer the heating of the building interior is prevented.
Isocell cellulose has existed for over 25 years. So far, there is no evidence that the cellulose insulation is altered by ageing.
The specific heat capacity of Isocell cellulose is 2.11 kJ/kg * K. This value indicates how much energy is needed to heat 1 kg of a material by 1 degree. In the "Energy Efficiency" project of Holzforschung Austria, the insulant with high bulk density is determined as the second most important factor after the surface colour for the summer behaviour of a construction component.