Mineral-based and fiber-free, the Multipor mineral insulation board provides optimal thermal insulation qualities: solid, with high thermal insulation and thermal conductivity of λ=0.042W/(mK). An insulation with Multipor will provide a significant reduction in energy consumption, thereby saving energy and costs in the long term. However, insulation does not only make sense in terms of heating costs, it also increases the value of a property. In addition, the ever stricter requirements of the EnEV are easily met.
Efficient thermal insulation with an ETICS
Porrly insulated exterior walls let about a third of the heating energy escape, This can be counteracted by the Multipor external thermal insulation composite system etics, which enables seamless and thermal bridge-free exterior walls from single family residences to multi-story buildings.
Energy-oriented modernization of exterior walls with Multipor interior insulation
Interior insulations with the vapor-permeable Multipor mineral insulation board turns existing buildings with poor energy values into high quality energetically insulated buildings. The system-compatible exterior insulation of preservation-worthy facades is also an economically optimized solution for the energetically upgraded building fabric.
Energetically upgrade basement ceilings
Whenever heated rooms have unheated rooms below them, thermal protection is recommended. The basement ceiling insulation with Multipor mineral insulation boards is well-suited to energetically upgrade new construction as well as existing buildings.
Thermally upgrading roof structures during renovation
Renovated flat roof structures often have elevated thermal insulation and fire protection requirements – Multipor mineral insulation boards meet both requirements in a single material. The non-flammable boards are especially suitable for the renovation of old aerated concrete and reinforced concrete flat roofs. Insulation material thicknesses between 120 and 200 mm perfectly fulfill all statutory thermal insulation requirements in these cases. Energy solutions that go beyond this can be realized with greater insulation material thicknesses as well as non-compressible insulation.