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Isolatietip:

  • Bluedec can withstand a beating. It can be walked on without damaging the material
  • Bluedec may well distributed pressure load record. The 10% elongation limit pressure is around 60 kPa. This makes it an excellent insulation for under floor heating.
  • Bluedec Standard screens have a fire class C, suitable for many applications in construction. Do you have a higher fire rating needed? Please contact us.
  • Bluedec may well distributed pressure load record. The 10% elongation limit pressure is around 60 kPa. This makes it an excellent insulation for under floor heating.
  • a low (10mm) of Bluedec inside a double brick wall without cavity, the energy loss through that wall almost halved

What is bluedec®?

bluedec® is a new insulation product. The basis material is an aerogel that was discovered around 1930. As a result of technological progress, rising energy prices, the expected availability of fossil fuels and the global CO2 issue, the product has been developed further.

tabelIn 1996 researchers began incorporating aerogel into and/or with other materials. In 2004 development had reached the point that an excellent material for thermal and acoustic insulation could be created. Aerogel is an amorphous form of synthetic silica with 20 nanometre pores. About 95% of the volume is air, making aerogel the lightest solid insulation material. This low mass and extremely small pore size results in effective insulation of conductive and radiant heat and cold. The amorphous silica particles meet the safety standards and conform to building codes. Aerogel is thermally and UV-stable, non-toxic, non-flammable, and there is no smoke in case of fire. It is permanently water repellent, resists water vapour, and the growth of algae and mildew spores. Aerogel does not yellow and retains its translucent white colour; it is inert, meaning that it can last as long as the building itself and can be reused. Aerogel is a solid material based on silicon dioxide (SiO2) with a porous, sponge-like structure. To compare: the density of aerogel is about 1000 times lower than that of glass, another material based on silicon dioxide that is virtually identical to aerogel chemically.

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