Advantages of ECI

 

Inspıred By The Nature

ECI products successfully adapt the organic raw materials to the insulation sector by environmentally friendly production.

ECI products are overperforming insulation materials, and can be adapted to the needs of modern construction techniques with their flexiable and practical installation aspects.

Why ECI lnsulation Materials are the Perfect Solution?

Cellulose and hemp based insulation materials have excellent performance due to their three valuable properties.

Airtightness

Cellulose and hemp based insulation are high density products. This means that the material has a very high density and a relatively high weight volume. it helps prevent unwanted air currents in the insulation (convection) and maintain high thermal capacity.

Thermal capacity

Thermal capacity refers to the amount of energy required to heat or cool 1 kg of material 1 °C. lf the value is high, the material will have a higher insulating property. The thermal capacity of the glasswool is 670 Joules per kg while the value for the rockwool is 860 joules per kg The thermal capacity of cellulose and hemp based insulation products has a thermal capacity very close to 1600 joules per kg (According to EN ISO 10456), (A performance 2-2.5 times better than their substitutes).

Convection

Convection is the transfer of internal energy into or out of an object by the physical movement on molecular basis that transfers the internal energy along with its mass. Cellulose and hemp based insulation material is a dense material naturally composed of air­containing fibers. This feature of the material suppresses the heat transfer and eliminates the convection for natural temperature differences. Convection starts with a temperature difference of 15°C for glass wool and 22°c for rockwool, while convection is not seen on cellulose and hemp based insulation materials.