Multipor interior insulation system compact plus

Internal insulation compact plus

Multipor interior insulation system compact plus is a mineral-based insulation system for mold prevention and the minimizing of thermal bridges. This compact and ecological interior insulation system demonstrates its strengths when an energetic improvement needs to be achieved with low insulation thickness. It is purely mineral-based and is perfect for use in the renovation of existing buildings, as it flexibly adapts to any geometry and can be processed easily and quickly.

Mineral and ecological interior insulation

The core of the Multipor interior insulation system compact plus is the Multipor mineral insulation board. It is an ecological, mineral insulation material based on the raw materials sand, lime, cement, and water. Due to the special and purely mineral structure of the material, the boards provide an optimal combination of important characteristics: The insulation material is non-flammable and dimensionally stable. Multipor interior insulation also increases well-being throughout the building and prevents mold problems. Thanks to the breathability of the material, moisture is temporarily stored, then re-released into the ambient air.

Various certificates confirm excellent ecological and sustainable characteristics. For example, the certificate of the German Institute for Construction and Environment (IBU), or natureplus. Furthermore, the "A+" classification of the Eco Institute in Cologne confirms that Multipor mineral insulation boards are free of toxic emissions.

Benefits of Multipor interior insulation compact plus

  • raises the surface temperature, thereby preventing the growth of mold
  • minimizes thermal bridges
  • effective thermal insulation with λ= 0.045 W/(mK)
  • improves living comfort
  • breathable and capillary-active – no vapor barrier required
  • quick and easy processing
  • effortless transportation and simple construction site logistics due to manageable packets
  • won numerous ecological awards