ECI Cellulose Fiber Insulation
Cellulose Fiber lnsulation is an ecological and sustainable material that is a result of the processing of recycled cellulose fibers and boron salts with a special technology. it has superior thermal and acoustic insulation properties. The cellulose wool in fiber form is applied to the desired surface by spraying or loosefill.
The first applications of cellulose-based insulation began in US in 70's, and became widespread throughout the world due to its ecological and sustainable nature.
ECI Cellulose Fiber Insulation Advantages
Installation / Performance
Convection does not occur.
It breathes, has high vapor permeability.
It does not collapse or get worn out through dusting.
Durable and does not require maintenance. Resistance to erosion.
Non-flammable material and resistant to fire. Resistant to electricity.
Produced from recycled paper. Environmentally friendly, sustainable insulation material.
Excellent acoustic performance, Excellent loss of airborne sound between the spaces.
Excellent thermal performance in winter and summer.
It can be easily cut and shaped. Flexible to all direction.
Has the ability to absorb and release the moisture without affecting the thermal performance.
Absorbs VOC (Volatile Organic Component) and toxins in the air.
Resistant to rot, inhibits fungi, microorganisms and pests.
Does not cause itching or irritation. Does not contain toxin and allergen.
Has the ability to absorb VOCs and toxins in the air.
Not a threat for human health.
- TS EN 13501-1 (Reaction to Fire): B
- TS EN 12667 (Thermal Conductivity): 0.037W/(m-K)
The material is sprayed with the installation machine and adhered to the surface. This method is applied in places such as inner and outer walls, prefabricated buildings, corrugated roofing sheets.
This method is used for insulation of surfaces such as patition wall, timber floor, roof.