We’ve developed a wide range of innovative and environmentally friendly insulation solutions for future-proof heating, cooling and ventilation applications. With a combination of our tubes, sheets and specific pre-fabricated parts along with the necessary installation tools, we can full proof any system.
There is no doubt about it; the world does not have unlimited resources and are evermore being exhausted. Together with our stakeholders, we strive to create a better and more sustainable environment for our future generations so that they may still be able to cherish it. The way we manage our energy and waste plays a fundamental role in that goal.
Easy does it…till the end of time
The majority of our components are fully recyclable and certified to the highest standards in the industry, minimizing the waste of materials and energy. Because of the closed cell structure of the foam, issues like corrosion or condensation are out of the question. The good insulation properties, constant over lifetime, will safeguard your smart energy transition
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|Insulation - Sheet insulation on pipes and circular ducts||3770 KB||Preview||Download|
|Insulation - Sheet insulation on rectangular ducts||1127 KB||Preview||Download|
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|Insulation - Tube insulation||1684 KB||Preview||Download|
|Insulation - Prefab it yourself||797 KB||Preview||Download|
|Insulation - Sheet insulation on pipes and circular ducts||2435 KB||Preview||Download|
|Insulation - Sheet insulation on rectangular ducts||1153 KB||Preview||Download|
Safety Data Sheets
|Insulation: ThermaRods||145 KB||Preview||Download|
Safety Data Sheet: ThermaRods
|The influence of insulation blowing agents on pipe corrosion||466 KB||Preview||Download|
In the world of synthetic insulation, 2 main types of blowing agents are used to foam the product: chemical and physical blowing agents. What is the difference in relation to their influence on pipe corrosion?