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.
For a long time, cellulose insulation has been used for the insulation of wooden frame walls. In addition to cost effectiveness and the best sound insulation values, the ability to adapt to irregular bases is an advantage of Isocell cellulose. In the case of interior insulation, however, it scores with high capillary conductivity, whether as a sprayed interior insulation system, Renocell or in wooden stand constructions, which are clad with panel work materials.
Insulation roof slope
In the case of roof storey extensions, insulation is generally carried out from the inside. When renovating inhabited roof spaces, the insulant can also be introduced from the outside via the roof skin.
Insulation top floor ceiling
For unused roof spaces, the simple solution by open blowing of Isocell is recommended. However, the Woodyfix system also offers a thermal bridge-free, accessible solution. Tie-beam roofs and floors are insulated both by blowing in and by the open blowing process.
EPD is an environmental product declaration based on internationally agreed standards. It forms the data basis for ecological building evaluations, from erection, via use to demolition and disposal. The environmental footprint of a product is also determined using these data. Cellulose leads by far and with the top score.