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NATURAL ORIGIN:

Lignocellulosic fibres found in annual plants are the natural resource used to manufacture VestaEco boards. Their structure is similar to tree fibres and the additional natural cellulose coming from recycling reinforces their cohesion.

Formaldehyde-free pMDI resin is the third component. It provides water repellency and reinforces the board.

Thanks to the revolutionary, patented DefibraTech 1.0 requires relatively small amounts of electricity, which has positive impact on the Co2 emissions.

DefibraTech allows to manufacture insulation materials and light MDF boards from annual plants, which effectively eliminates the need to use wood. As a result it protects forests and the natural landscape.

Cutting-edge residential building industry is constantly searching for energy-efficient and natural solutions not only to cut the costs of exploitation but also to provide a healthy and comfortable environment to residents.

The use of a widely-available resource and obtaining from it full-value products out of it by using advanced technology is the proof of a highly developed eco-consciousness and contributes to balanced growth.

PROTECTION AGAINST COLD:

VestaEco insulation boards thanks to lignocellulosic fibres are an excellent thermal insulator. That is why during winter they provide appropriate temperature of the interiors with small costs of heating, at the same time they provide protection against heat during summer.

Lignocellulosic fibres have significantly higher thermal capacity than most insulation materials available on the market. It means that more energy must be used to change their temperature, that is why they are a good insulator.

They are recommended in particular for wooden frame buildings, because they increase thermal inertia.

VestaEco boards will find wide range of use: insulation of walls, ceilings and floors both in wooden and traditional houses, as well as in new and renovated buildings. It is also possible to provide thermal insulation of walls from the inside, which is often used in listed buildings where altering the façade is not an option.

Optimal amount and type of insulating material means that the building will have low energy demand, and will turn into an energy-efficient or even passive building. When using tight insulators it is important to surround oneself with natural products, which are healthy, do not emit dangerous substances to the air and provide natural and friendly atmosphere.

VAPOUR-PERMEABILITY:

Thanks to their structure of lignocellulosic fibres they are a diffusion-open material which naturally transfers excessive moisture to the outside of the building. Vapour-permeability of the fibres makes rooms easier to keep dry and to keep adequately warm, most importantly however, it protects the room against fungus’ and bacterias which are a source of many diseases and allergies.

Permeability of water vapour is especially important in the kitchen or bathroom. Nevertheless, clean air is also important in the bedroom where it keeps the residents healthy.

Diffusion-open VestaEco boards are an additional, passive addition to an efficient ventilation system, which is one of the important components of modern tightly insulated buildings. That is why the boards are especially recommended for new buildings, constructed using traditional method, where technological water is evaporated from walls and ceilings for many years.

PROTECTION AGAINST NOISE:

VestaEco wool products are used both to insulate premises against noise, minimise reverberation but also to provide acoustic insulation of buildings against noises coming from the outside through the façade and roof.

Noise-cancelling layers of VestaEco wool in floating floors and ceilings increase the ceiling’s insulation against impact and airborne sounds.

Wide and varied scope of use of VestaEco acoustic insulation wool products is a result of their acoustic properties, such as absorption (defined as a sound absorption coefficient), low dynamic stiffness and significant internal cancellation of acoustic energy. Those parameters depend, among others, on the density and thickness of the board. Acoustic suitability of the product for individual acoustic insulation uses depends on those properties.