What we do

Insulation Boards

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    Our offering

    We develop thermal insulation boards consisting of high-performance Polyisocyanurate (PIR) foam laminated between two facing materials. The facing options are extremely wide-ranging and include multilayer foils, aluminium, bituminous and mineral coated glass fleece as well as gypsum plasterboard board laminates.

    We also offer thermal-acoustic insulation boards designed for partition wall applications. They are made from recycled PU foams from end-of-life mattresses, reducing waste and environmental impact.

    1. Thermal insulation boards

    Our thermal PIR insulation boards are tailored for various residential and non-residential applications. They provide highly effective insulation in all areas of the  building envelope, including flat, tapered and pitched roofs, cavity walls, floors, internal linings and external wall insulation systems


    2. Thermal acoustic boards

    Simfocor®, a thermo-acoustic insulation board designed for partition wall applications reduces sound intensity by up to 84%, representing a sound reduction improvement (ΔRw) of 8 dB. The boards are easy to slide in between the metal studs of the partition wall and offer good thermal performance. Simfocor® received the ‘Solar Impulse Efficient Solution’ certificate, a label awarded to products, services and processes combining credible environmental and economic performance. It also means that Simfocor® joins the Solar Impulse Foundation’s list of #1000+ Solutions selected for their contribution to clean economic growth. 

    Our inner wall solutions are also made from recycled materials and are simply attached to the interior wall with a special adhesive, reducing noise by around 87%.


      Addressable market

      1. Thermal insulation boards

      The European building insulation market growth is supplemented by key drivers, which include the rise in government initiatives to reduce carbon footprints and an upsurge in the renovation of residential and commercial buildings. 

      EU average distribution of EPC ratings (%)(1)

      (1)EU Buildings Climate Tracker: Methodology and introduction of building decarbonisation indicators and their results, BPIE (Buildings Performance Institute Europe), 2022. Available at: https://www.bpie.eu/publication/eubuildings-tracker-methodology-and-results-for-building-decarbonisationindicators


      2. Thermal acoustic boards

      Increasing awareness regarding noise pollution, stringent noise pollution standards, growing living standards, and energy efficiency are expected to drive the building acoustic insulation market. Moreover, growing health awareness among the population owing to the rising prevalence of hearing impairment and heart diseases is a major factor driving the market



      Value of our insulation boards

      1. Thermal insulation boards

      PIR insulation boards allow regulatory compliance to be achieved with thinner walls and roofs. The lambda value (ƛ-value) is an indication of a product’s thermal conductivity in units of W/mK. The lower the thermal conductivity, the higher the insulating performance and the greater the savings in heating/cooling costs for the building. ƛd, the declared lambda value, represents the thermal conductivity of a material as tested in a lab with constant conditions of temperature and humidity, and includes the aging of the material. Polyurethane outperforms the other conventional insulation materials like mineral wool (glass wool/stone wool), XPS/EPS and cellular glass in this respect. Vacuum insulated panels offer ultimate insulation performance. 

      The comparison table below is based on a building shell element of U=0.15 W/m²K 8 or thermal resistance value R=6.65 m²K/W (R=1/U).


      2. Thermal acoustic boards

      Our thermo-acoustic boards make it easy for building residents to reconfigure their indoor space for changing circumstances – to welcome a new baby or add an extra workspace, for example. They are designed for flexibility and straightforward installation. Increasing awareness regarding noise pollution, stringent noise pollution standards, growing living standards, and energy efficiency are expected to drive the building acoustic insulation market.


      Insulation boards benefits

      1. Thermal insulation boards


      2. Thermal acoustic boards