BASF introduces innovative Cavipor® insulation material for existing buildings

  • Non-flammable mineral-based insulation material
  • Quick and simple processing
  • No separation step in case of renovation or demolition

Cavipor® FTX 1 combines the advantages of a mineral-based insulation material with the simple, safe and clean processing of a foam system. With a rated value of thermal conductivity of 0,035 W/(m*K) its insulation effects are comparable to mineral wool and EPS. Cavipor’s properties make it thus particularly suitable for the energy renovation of buildings constructed from double-wall masonry. This kind of construction is often found in Northern Europe, usually where houses are made of brick. Read more

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