Mineral wool is an insulating material that is made of basalt (rock wool) or quartz sand and cullerick (glass wool). Façade wool is used in the form of formed slabs, the task of which is to provide adequate sound, fire and thermal insulation. It is used for insulation of walls, floors, ceilings, ceilings, installation strings and roofs. Glass wool due to its lower density is recommended primarily for use under oblique roofs. The main advantages of mineral weeds include stability (in terms of dimension and shape), high mechanical strength, high resistance to chemical and biological agents, and parameasibility and waterproof properties. Mineral wool is non-combustible, fire-resistant and thanks to its low heat conduction coefficient provides good thermal insulation. Façade wool can be used both outdoors and indoors. When working, it is necessary to take into account that it is hygroscopic, has a relatively high nasicility and weight greater than other insulating materials. Thanks to its fire-resistant properties, mineral wool greatly increases safety in the house and protection against the effects of possible fire. Good insulation parameters, on the other hand, translate into real savings in heating the house, which in the autumn-winter season is measurably felt. The lower the thermal conductivity coefficient of the lambda, the better the insulation provided by wool. Mineral wool is also used for thermorenovated historic buildings.
ISOFAS Mineral wool slabs 0.036
Mineral wool slabs used outdoors and inside construction works for thermal, acoustic and fire insulation:
1. "Light-wet" insulated exterior walls in so-called seamless warming systems (BSOs).