Practical and competitive interior thermal insulation.
In some cases and, in particular, renovations, efficient internal insulation of perimeter walls and ceilings is the only way to achieve certain energy efficiency and comfort. Some construction contexts may not allow radical restructuring, with, for example, the implementation of exterior insulation, as in the case of buildings in historic city centres or those with particularly articulated facades.
Similarly, if the insulation of single part of a building is required, interior insulation allows efficient intervention without affecting the entire building. It is also a viable solution for all temporarily inhabited spaces, such as offices, business premises and holiday homes. Without the need for radical intervention, you can quickly and easily ensure these environments are at desired temperatures.
In all these cases, it is essential to use materials with a high insulating capacity yet minimum thickness. The goal is to achieve the highest standards of energy efficiency without compromising the volumetric capacity of the building.
SUPERCEL BUILDING is the perfect material. Thanks to its thermal conductivity, λD=0.019, it can guarantee the desired outcome at lesser thicknesses.
Reliable, high performance exterior thermal insulation.
The insulation of perimeter walls and ceilings from the outside or in structural cavities offers considerable advantages in terms of performance, cost and feasibility.
A continuous exterior insulating layer eliminates thermal bridges, the weak point in building envelopes. This prevents the dispersion of heat and the formation of moulds, a further threat to the structure as a whole and the health of end users. In terms of performance, the insulation guarantees a greater protection of the structure in general, shielding it from temperature variations, increasing its useful life and improving its thermal inertia and thus slowing down the rate at which its walls are heated and cooled.
From the point of view of feasibility, exterior insulation does not reduce the useful volume of the building or compromise the usability of the building during installation. It also allows for the implementation of single-walled buildings, which are more cost effective than those that are double-walled.