Rigid insulation panels

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extruded polystyrene insulation panel / XPS / rigid - POLYTAPE®

Polytape® panels are the best solution when the installer must prepare himself the finishing walls.
Polytape®...

polyester insulation panel / rigid / fiberglass-reinforced - SUPERCRISTAL® - POLYLUX®

The Polylux® flat or corrugated sheet is manufactured for purposes where important light transmission and solidity
prevail....

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extruded polystyrene insulation panel / high-resistance / rigid / for floors - TETRIS

TETRiS Precast Concrete Floor Insulation

The TETRiS system of concrete floor insulation comprises precast concrete beams used in conjunction with TETRiS insulation blocks to provide a rapid economical thermal floor solution.

A similar system to the concrete beam and block floor, the TETRiS floor is designed to solve high U-value requirements at ground...

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How to choose this product

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A rigid insulation panel is designed to provide thermal and/or acoustic insulation in order to improve comfort and save energy. Material type and thickness vary. Increased building energy efficiency requirements make the choice of insulation very important. A rigid panel may be a great alternative to batt insulation since it requires less support for vertical installation.

On ArchiExpo, such panels are arranged by properties including use (floor, wall, etc.) and material.

Technologies

Panels made from petrochemical products such as polyurethane and polystyrene have low U-values (the lower the better), but may be flammable or represent health and/or environmental risks. Environmentally sound alternatives include panels made from wool, hemp, wood fibers and gypsum.

How to choose

Consider the degree of insulation required by the project. For example, a music studio needs better acoustic insulation than a sports arena. Ensure that U-value, fire and moisture protection, and other properties comply with local regulations.

Determine the areas requiring insulation and how gaps between panels will be treated. Evaluate maintenance requirements and the need for additional treatment to provide fire or other protection. The finish and color of visible panels should be appropriate for the surrounding space.

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