Construction Industry ICF EPS
Energy Efficiency with Particle Foams.
Energy efficiency requirements for new buildings have been regulated by law for several years. Styrofoam ICFs simplify the fulfilment of these requirements: the erection of the walls and the insulation can be done in one operation. Styrofoam ICFs can be placed on top of each other like LEGO bricks. No mortar, no bricklaying and no crane is necessary.
- Easy handling – low weight
- Fast construction progress
- Solid construction
- Highest thermal insulation
- High heating cost savings
- Pollutant-free & 100% recyclable
- Pipes/cables are laid in the 5 cm thick inner insulation layer
- Sewage pipes can be installed directly into the wall and set in concrete
We would be happy to realise your ICF as part of a project. We do not offer ICF as a standard product.
Roller Shutter Box Insulation
Modern house building would be unthinkable without facade insulation made of Styrofoam® or Neopor®. In addition to the popular facade panels, sophisticated technical moldings are also used. An interesting example of this is the insulation in the roller shutter box. Tanext® from the Alulux company is a particularly energy-saving roller shutter system for flush mounting in new buildings. Here, comprehensive insulation with the particle foam Neopor® prevents any formation of cavities and thermal bridges.
Neopor® particle foam is basically made of expanded polystyrene (EPS). The addition of graphite gives it its grey colour and further enhances its already good insulating properties. In this way heating costs can be saved.
Moldings for Sanitary and Heating
Molded parts made of EPS (Styrofoam®), Neopor® or EPP are also successfully used in the sanitary sector as well as in heating, ventilation and air-conditioning. Here they are used for example as pipe insulation, cistern insulation or ball valve insulation. Styrofoam® moldings are the most economical, Neopor® the most heat-efficient and EPP the most robust solution.