THERMOFLOC can be used for floor, wall and roof applications. THERMOFLOC Blown-in insulation used in combination with THERMOFLOC vapor control layer, breather membrane and the adhesive products provides an uninterrupted, efficient insulation system that meets the highest standards.
THERMOFLOC vapor control layer
Our vapor control layer is a vapor-resistant lining and airtight membrane that protects the construction reliably against moisture. It can be used for internal wall and roof applications. Reinforcement provides high tear resistance providing maximum durability and enabling insulation to be injected under high pressure. The THERMOFLOC vapor control layer is fastened to the substructure by means of stapling or gluing and usually secured using battens.
THERMOFLOC breather membrane
THERMOFLOC breather membranes protect the construction from driving rain, prevent any penetration of moisture into the roof or wall structure. The membranes are UV-stable, particularly tear-resistant and extremely open to diffusion. The breather membranes are tacked overlapping on the outside of the roof, under the roof covering, to provide optimal protection against wind and rain.
This system provides a way to insulate roofs cleanly and cost-effectively, also when retrofitting existing buildings. The only requirement is suitable access to the partitions via the top storey. The THERMOBAG consists of a vapor barrier (sd-value about 10.0 m) on the room side beneath a waterproof PP membrane (sd-value < 0.04 m) open to diffusion on the outside for ensuring optimal protection for thermal insulation.
THERMOFLOC adhesive tape
Our THERMOFLOC adhesive tape is supplied in rolls widths of 5cm and 15cm. It is specially adapted to our THERMOFLOC products and combined with the THERMOFLOC vapor control layer and the THERMOFLOC breather membranes, constitutes a complete thermal insulation system. In addition to the airtight sealing with THERMOFLOC vapor control layer and THERMOFLOC breather membrane, the tape can be used for affixing joint connections onto timber boards (e.g. OSB boards, plywood boards, etc.).