A common wall insulation is the insulation of a wooden frame construction wall with cellulose insulation material. For this, Thermofloc is loosened mechanically, transported under air pressure into the cavities of the components and compressed according to the processing guidelines, so that a seamless, continuous and vapor-permeable insulation layer is created. Cracks, cavities and corners are reliably closed off by the blow-in insulation. After the blowing-in work has been completed, the blowing-in holes are simply closed with the Thermofloc adhesive tape.
The result: a comfortable indoor climate in every season. In this way, the blown insulation material obtained from daily newspapers significantly reduces the energy costs for heating in winter and air conditioning in summer.
Example of use
An excerpt from the references: Wall-Insulation
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