You get what you pay for
We like to call our likeable team 'Isocellers'. In our community the people count, with all their idiosyncrasies. And of course a handshake and commitment of the individual. We have lean hierarchies and make decisions fast. We are as we are and are pleased to meet people with a similar way of thinking.
Julia Bachinger works in the building physics department at the Holzforschung Austria research institute. Her specialism is problems with moisture and heat. Most recently, the native Upper Austrian has been focusing on wind proofing — with illuminating results.
The wood workers` fear of university
Anton Kraler teaches and researches as an associate professor in the field of wood construction at the University of Innsbruck. A former master carpenter, he has never lost touch with his trade and works on numerous innovative projects.
A conversation about improving sound insulation for multi-storey wood construction as well as pioneering facade project for thermal redevelopment.
A promise is a promise.
Responsible for blowing technology at ISOCELL is Herbert Kriechhammer. Besides blowing machines, a complete system is supplied. That makes total sense, but was not always so. “We started in 1996 and at that time there were hardly any machines on the market that were manufactured well, were quick and performance-oriented. Our partners‘ machines often did not function. And so we began to construct blowing machines ourselves.“