Insulation Materials Gallery

Please click on the gallery images below to view the product details and material properties.

Category: Insulation Materials
NCC Foam Panels were developed as part of the BRIMEE project
For further information on BRIMEE NCC Foam Panels please contactPaola.Robello@rina.org or visit www.brimee.eu
Category: Insulation Materials
Foam Concrete was developed as part of the H-HOUSE project
For further information on Foam Concrete please contactkatarina.malaga@cbi.se or visit www.h-house-project.eu
Category: Insulation Materials
Aerogel Foam Concrete was developed as part of the SESBE project
For further information on Aerogel Foam Concrete please contacturs.mueller@cbi.se or visit www.sesbe.eu
Category: Insulation Materials
Quartzene was developed as part of the SESBE project
For further information on Quartzene please contacturs.mueller@cbi.se or visit www.sesbe.eu
Category: Insulation Materials
va-Q-vip F was developed as part of the ELISSA project
For further information on va-Q-vip F please contactmfou@central.ntua.gror visit elissaproject.eu
Category: Insulation Materials
LEEMA 3i LFM was developed as part of the LEEMA project
For further information on LEEMA 3i LFM please contact monika.zervaki@imerys.com or visit www.leema.eu
Category: Insulation Materials
VIP4ALL was developed as part of the VIP4ALL project
For further information on VIP4ALL please contact susana@garciarama.com or visit www.vip4all.com

 

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About Helen Cornwell

Helen Cornwell is the Project Manager for the EU funded project ISOBIO (Development and Demonstration of Highly Insulating, Construction Materials from Bio-derived Aggregates) and Networking Coordinator for the ECO-SEE project (ECO-innovative, Safe and Energy Efficient wall panels and materials for a healthier indoor environment).

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