Roof

 

VACUPOR® Vacuum Insulation Panels for flat roof insulation

Flat roofs can be found on industrial buildings and also on renovated old buildings of various designs. Here, too, construction height and energy efficiency play the decisive role in the choice of insulation material.

 

DAD – outside insulation, roof or ceiling, under coverage

DAD – outside insulation of roof or ceiling, protected against weathering, insulation under coverage. Whether in industrial or residential construction, for flat or steep roofs, VACUPOR® stands out as a superb high-performance insulation material. Especially when renovating, VACUPOR® will be a preferred choice among insulation materials because no conventional insulation material offers such good insulation characteristics with a drastic reduction of construction height.

 

DAA – outside insulation, roof or ceiling, under seal

DAA – outside insulation of roof or ceiling, protected against weathering, insulation under seal. With flat and steep roofs, VACUPOR® stands out as a superb high-performance insulation material. Especially when renovating, VACUPOR® will be a preferred choice among insulation materials because no conventional insulation material offers such good insulation characteristics with a drastic reduction of construction height.

DZ – common rafter insulation

DZ – common rafter insulation, ventilated roof, not walkable, but accessible uppermost ceilings. With steep roofs, VACUPOR® stands out as a superb high-performance insulation material. If the insulation performance is to be noticeably improved when renovating a roof and the height of the rafters is to remain unchanged, this can be easily achieved with VACUPOR®.

 

DI – inside insulation of the ceiling or roof

DI – inside insulation of the ceiling (on the underside) or the roof, insulation under the rafters / supporting structure, suspended ceiling, etc. With VACUPOR® vacuum insulation panels, you have an ideal solution – if, e.g., insulation with conventional insulation materials is not possible due to limited space heights, planning errors, etc.