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What is isolation?

  • Insulation is a material that is intended to protect two adjacent systems or surfaces from mutual adverse effects. The following types of insulation are distinguished:

    • Electric (prevents the flow of electrical charges)
    • Waterproofing (protection against water, moisture and water vapor)
    • Thermal insulation (protection against unfavorable heat exchange with the environment)
    • Wind barrier (protecting against heat loss)
    • Acoustic (lowers the volume and suppresses unwanted sounds)
    • Anti-vibration (limits the impact of vibration on building elements, machinery)
    • Chemo-resistant (protects the elements from aggression of the environment)

    Features of effective insulation

    • Stability of parameters
    • Tightness
    • No thermal bridges responsible for heat loss
    • Low coefficient of thermal conductivity
    • Optimal thickness
    • Lightness (no load on structure)
    • Good adhesion to various materials
    • Resistance to changing weather conditions, especially temperature and humidity
    • Mechanical, chemical and biological resistance