Thermal insulation from blown cellulose fibers, produced in Romania
Considering the wooden structure with composite beams, we use a cellulose fiber thermal insulation produced in Romania. ISOGREEN FCH 100 is a very good, high-performance product, made entirely of recycled paper and treated with boric salts. The injection process is carried out with a special machine that ensures a density of at least 55 kg/m3, so that we obtain a very low heat transfer coefficient, compared to conventional insulation materials.
It is a natural material, it does not emit volatile organic compounds, it is flame retardant with boric salts and has fire resistance class B, that is, it does not sustain combustion. We use ISOGREEN cellulose because it is an approved product and certified by the Romanian Council for Green Buildings as approved for green houses, such as the NIDUS house.
produced from a unique recipe of locally recycled paper
transfer coefficient λ=0.04 W/mk at a density of 55 kg/m3
no new materials are consumed in the production of thermal insulation
the raw material comes from local paper collection centers
due to the high density in the walls, floor and roof