Blown insulation

Save on heating

An uninsulated or poorly insulated building means heat loss, as a consequence we waste money and harm the environment. Proper building insulation is a way to save money and reduce CO2 emissions into the atmosphere.

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STEICOfloc

Thermal insulation made of cellulose

Ecological blown thermal insulation made of natural cellulose fibres

  • Thermal insulation of voids of various shapes – no joints, no trimming, no waste
  • Permanent protection of the building structure thanks to high diffusion openness
  • Very good thermal insulation in winter, excellent protection against heat in summer
  • Long-term protection against settling even at low bulk density
  • Reliable material application using commonly available aggregates
  • Boron-free variants available

Technical features

European Technical Approval (ETA) 16/0141
Reaction to fire class (RTF) PN EN 13501-1 E
Classification issued by the Building Research Institute ITB B-s2,d0 (reports: 01963/17/Z00NZP; 02039/18/ZOONZP)
Declared thermal conductivity [W/(m*K)] 0.038
Flow resistance according to DIN EN 29053 [(kPa*s)/m²] 30 kg/m3: 6.2; 45 kg/m3: 18.4
Density [kg/m³] • loose backfill: unusable attic: approx. 27 – 39 • closed partitions: roof, ceiling, wall: approx. 40 – 60
Coefficient of diffusion resistance µ 1-2
Fire reaction class
Specific heat [J/(kg*K)] 2.100
Air flow resistance [(kPa*s)/m²] (30 kg/m³) 6.2 and (45 kg/m³) 18.4
Raw materials Sorted newspaper, inorganic mineral salts
Waste code (EAK) 170604/170904

STEICOzell

Thermal insulation for blowing in wood fibers

Ecological thermal insulation blown in from natural wood fibres

  • Thermal insulation of voids of various shapes – no joints, no trimming, no waste
  • Permanent protection of the building structure thanks to high diffusion openness
  • Very good thermal insulation in winter, excellent protection against heat in summer
  • Long-term protection against settling even at low bulk density
  • Acoustic insulation and fire resistance certificates available

Technical features

European Technical Approval (ETA) 12/0011
Reaction to fire class (RTF) PN EN 13501-1 E
Classification issued by the Building Research Institute ITB B-s2,d0 (reports 01963/17/Z00NZP)
Declared thermal conductivity [W/(m*K)] 0.038
Flow resistance according to DIN EN 29053 [(kPa*s)/m²] 30kg/m3: >5
Density [kg/m³] • loose backfill: unused attic approx. 32 • closed partitions: roof, ceiling, wall approx. 35-45
Coefficient of diffusion resistance µ 1-3
Specific heat [J/(kg*K)] 2.100
Air flow resistance [(kPa*s)/m²] >5
Raw materials Wood fibre, ammonium sulphate as flame retardant
Waste code (EAK) 170201, disposal as for wood and wood-based materials

URSA Pure Floc

Wool for blowing

URSA Pure Floc is the perfect solution for insulating any space, even the most problematic. The product is characterized by quick and easy installation. The innovative formula makes the product safe, odorless and resistant to aging.

The lambda thermal conductivity coefficient for URSA Pure Floc is 0.034 W/(m*K) constant over time, which guarantees excellent heat retention in the room in winter and keeps it cool in hot weather. URSA Pure Floc also protects against noise and effectively reduces the risk of fire occurrence and development (Euroclass – A1 fire reaction class – non-combustible). In addition, glass wool is mostly made of recycled glass cullet and is itself suitable for reuse.