Blowing plate

Blowing plate

Lance blowing

Lance blowing

Hose blowing

Hose blowing

Nozzle blowing

Nozzle blowing

Open blowing

Open blowing

CSO method

CSO method

Blowing plate Lance blowing Hose blowing Nozzle blowing Open blowing CSO method

Processing of injected insulation materials

In contrast to panel-type insulating materials, injected insulation materials are delivered in a loose form. Using blowing machines, the material is loosened and injected into hollow spaces, where it compacts. Injected insulation materials have unbeatable advantages over panel-type insulation materials that enable fast and economical working on the building site or in the works.

Blowing plate

Products: isofloc cellulose fibres (other insulating materials on enquiry)
Application area: newly built roofs, floors, ceilings and walls in prefabrication
Processing: the prefabricated timber construction elements, which are open at the top, are automatically insulated in the works using the easyfloc blowing plate.

Lance blowing

Products: isofloc cellulose fibres
Application area: newly built roofs, floors, ceilings and walls in prefabrication
Processing: the prefabricated timber construction elements are insulated in the workshop or on the building site by means of injection holes and lances.

Hose blowing

Products: isofloc cellulose fibres, isofloc woodfiber
Application area: newly created or existing hollow spaces in roofs, floors, ceilings and walls
Processing: the insulating material is pneumatically blown into the hollow spaces through an inserted hose until the settle-proof degree of compaction is achieved.

Nozzle blowing

Products: isofloc cellulose fibres, isofloc pearl
Application area: existing hollow spaces in walls (especially for later renovation [cavity walls also] or in case of low insulation thicknesses)
Processing: the insulation of upright components with the nozzle can be done simply through the inner or outer shell.

Open blowing

Products: isofloc cellulose fibres
Application area: inaccessible top floors, suspended ceilings
Processing: the insulating material is blown from above freely between beams or onto ceilings and moistened with water in order to protect the material from being moved by air currents.

CSO method

Products: isofloc cellulose fibres
Application area: interior insulation, partition systems, facades, church domes
Processing: in the CSO method a light water mist is used as a binding agent. This activates the natural cohesive forces of the cellulose, and a firm, free standing layer of thermal insulation layer forms without gaps. Following the application the moisture introduced evaporates within a few days.

At a glance

  • Material transport under pressure through blowing hoses
  • No carrying of the insulating material to the place of use
  • Fast, economical working
  • Complete and joint-free insulation into the farthest corners
  • Structures only need to be opened in a few places - an unbeatable economic advantage, depending on the structure
  • All insulation thicknesses and forms are possible with a single material (no installation of multiple layers in the case of large insulation thicknesses)
  • No offcuts/waste

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