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INSULATING

MATERIALS

Skamol develops and manufactures moler insulating bricks, insulating boards, customized shapes and panels, insulating mortar, insulating aggregates.

Izocam develops and manufactures glass wool, stone wool, polystyrene, expanded polystyrene, elastomeric rubber and polyethylene.

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SILICON CARBIDE BRICKS

Skamol produces high quality silicon nitride-bonded silicon carbide bricks. They are available in several shapes and sizes. Skamol silicon carbide bricks have a maximum service temperature of 1580°C.

INSULATING BRICKS

Skamol insulating bricks are based on the unique Moler (diatomaceous earth) as raw material. The range of bricks includes highly porous to dense insulating bricks. They are available in international standard sizes as well as customer specific shapes.

VERMICULITE BOARDS

Skamol produces a range of vermiculite based, high-temperature, energy-saving and cost effective insulating boards designed for a maximum service temperature of 1000°C. They combine good strength with low thermal conductivity and are highly resistant to thermal shock. The boards are clean to handle and easy to install.

Skamol vermiculite boards cover several grades in various combinations of bulk density, insulation properties and compressive strength. 

CALCIUM SILICATE BOARDS

Skamol calcium silicate boards cover a range of extremely lightweight insulating boards with excellent insulating value, high mechanical strength and good heat resistance. The boards are designed for maximum service temperatures of 1000°C (1832°F) or 1100°C (2012°F), they are light grey and have smooth, rigid and non-dusting surfaces. 

GLASS WOOL

Glass wool is made from silica sand, an inorganic raw material, which is obtained domestically. It is produced through heating silica sand at 1200˚C - 1250˚C and transforming it into fibres. It can be manufactured in the forms of blanket, board, pipe or loose in different size and with different technical properties, with different facing materials according to the intented use and the place of use. It is used for thermal insulation, sound insulation, acoustic comfort as well as fire safety.

ROCK (STONE) WOOL

Stone wool is made from basalt, an inorganic raw material, which is obtained domestically. It is produced through heating basalt at 1350˚C - 1400˚C and transforming it into fibres. It can be manufactured in the forms of blanket, board, pipe or loose in different size and with different technical properties, with different facing materials according to the intented use and the place of use. It is used for thermal insulation, sound insulation, acoustic comfort as well as fire safety.

EXTRUDED POLYSTYRENE

Extruded polystyrene is produced from polystyrene, by extrusion. It can be manufactured in the form of board in different size, edge and surface shape and with different compressive strength, according to the intented use and the place of use. It is used for thermal insulation.

EXPANDED POLYSTYRENE

Expanded polystyrene is made from the raw material of polystyrene. It is produced by using the pentane gas as blowing agent so that the granules expands and stick to each other. It can be manufactured in the forms of board in different size and with different technical properties according to the intented use and the place of use. It is used for thermal insulation.

ELASTOMERIC RUBBER

Elastomeric Rubber is elastomeric rubber based thermal insulation material that has closed porosity and even cell structure. It can be manufactured in the forms of sheet and pipe in different size and with different technical properties and varied facing materials according to the intented use and the place of use. It is used for thermal insulation and condensation control.

POLYETHYLENE

Polyethylene is a flexible thermal insulation material that has closed porosity and even cell structure. It can be manufactured in the forms of sheet, pipe and cord in different size and with different technical properties and varied facing materials according to the intented use and the place of use. It is used for thermal insulation and condensation control.

CERAMIC OR BIOSOLUBLE FIBRES

This range of refractory insulating products includes products made of wires either in biosoluble or ceramic fibres. Blankets are used to build insulating refractory linings in industrial furnaces. Felts are used as expansion joints. The boards are more suitable to boiler linings, or for back up insulation. Mastics are used to fill up the cracks and injected insulation.

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Elastomeric Rubber

 

  • Its declared thermal conductivity is λ ≤ 0,037 W/mK. (at 0˚C)

  • Water vapour diffusion resistance factor μ ≥ 3000 and μ ≥ 7000.

  • The temperature of use is between -50/+105˚C for pipes, between -50/+85˚C for sheets. In addition to that, special products can be produced that are used between -50/+175˚C or have the values of λ ≤ 0,033 W/mK, μ ≥ 10000.

  • It is very flexible. It does not lead to any fungus and mold growth.

  • It is specified as “Class 0” or “Class 1” with respect to BS 476 Part 6.

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