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Pitched Roof Applications
Heraklith wood wool insulation boards comprise durable, fire resistant thermal and acoustic insulation solutions for pitched roof applications, thereby providing an all-in-one insulation solutions. They are easy to install and provide an attractive finish for any room that is to be used as a living space.
In addition to their use as pitched roof insulation, they can be employed as loft floor insulation and in certain circumstances to transform an attic into a usable storage area (depending on its construction), because the structural integrity of the boards allows them to support foot traffic and the weight of stored items when properly installed.

Acoustic performance

Acoustic performance

Protection from noise plays an important role in the comfort of any modern living or working environment. And Heraklith offers a wide variety of insulation solutions to help create quiet and undisturbed home and workspaces, especially those above underground garages, in proximity to technical rooms, and in other places that…

Durability

Durability

Wood wool insulation is naturally durable and can last for the life of the building in which it is used. Heraklith wood wool insulation boards fit easily into a tight ceiling application, and the high resistance to impact of the wood wool surface ensures optimal protection against physical damage.

Eco-friendliness

Eco-friendliness

The best insulation products are created and used with commitment to environmental responsibility and Heraklith wood wool insulation boards are no exception. They are made depending on availability from PEFC or FSC certified spruce wood that originates in production forests.

Fire resistance

Fire resistance

The intense heat of a building fire can affect not only the material being burned but the structural components of the building itself causing significant damage to its support structure and endangering the health and safety of its occupants. To protect against such damage and danger, it is important to…

Thermal performance

Thermal performance

The most important reasons to insulate a building space include the need to improve its thermal level of comfort and reduce its energy use. Insulation lowers the cost of heating and cooling the space and reduces CO2 emissions and their associated stress on the environment. When used in buildings, thermal…

PEFC for wooden components of Heraklith, Tektalan, Heratekta

PEFC for wooden components of Heraklith, Tektalan, Heratekta

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Product datasheet Heraklith BM

Product datasheet Heraklith BM

Product datasheet Heraklith M

Product datasheet Heraklith M

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