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INSULATION OF ROOFS WITH GRANULAR CORK USING THREE DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES

With granular cork, thermal and acoustic insulation of attics can easily be achieved. We present 3 techniques
 

INSULATION OF THE ATTIC BY MIXING GRANULAR CORK AND SODIUM SILICATE

Insulation with granular cork mixed with sodium silicate for a highly insulating and occasionall...

INSULATION OF ROOFS WITH GRANULAR CORK USING THREE DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES

With granular cork, thermal and acoustic insulation of attics can easily be achieved. We present 3 techniques
 

INSULATION OF THE ATTIC BY MIXING GRANULAR CORK AND SODIUM SILICATE

Insulation with granular cork mixed with sodium silicate for a highly insulating and occasionally walkable result.

 

THERMAL AND ACOUSTIC INSULATION WITH THERMAL CORK AND LIME SCREED

Use of the thermal screed for a directly pavable layer.

 

THERMAL INSULATION WITH CORK PANELS AND FINE GRANULAR

By combining cork panels with fine granulated cork, easy statification of panels and granules can be achieved.

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    THERMAL INSULATION OF THE ATTIC WITH CORK AND SODIUM SILICATE


    Suberglass is a lightweight insulating mixture for thermal and acoustic insulation of attics, two versions are available:

    -Suberglass 70 to obtain a very light, very insulating and economically advantageous insulating layer.

    -Suberglass 90 to obtain a more robust and walkable substrate.

    The granulate is mixed with sodium silicate: a natural agglomerating liquid that solidifies the layer without excessively altering the insulating power of the cork.

    Layers are formed from 7 cm up to 20 cm and above. If the dough is leveled and compacted correctly it is occasionally walkable.

    To pave the surface it is necessary to create a top layer of concrete or other pavable material.

  • With cork panels and...

    ATTIC INSULATION WITH PANELS AND CORK GRANULATE


    Attic insulation with cork and granular panels as a sealant.

    The cork panels are arranged in double or triple layers, at the same time the fine granular seals any cracks against the perimeter walls and between the panels themselves.

     

    This solution has important advantages:

    -The laying of the panels is easier than the laying of a mixture.

    -The use of fine granular cork saves time and effort in cutting the panels which, if used alone, would require a lot of precision.

    -The granular can also be used loose without binders since the walkability is guaranteed by the panels.

     

    The photo shows an insulation with a triple layer of 5 cm panel (other 6/8 / 10cm thicknesses can also be used);

    the fine granulate used to seal cracks and irregular parts, and finally the sodium silicate which can be mixed with the fine granulate for a more solid and binding seal between the panels.

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