Stone Wool – More Than Just A Demon

Stone wool provides comfort in many respects insulating materials such as mineral wool offer many advantages. They positively affect the fire and acoustic protection and help sustainably from the effects of fire and noise. Furthermore, these products are extremely durable and contribute to improving the efficiency of the building. They also protect the environment from the harmful effects of buildings. Stone wool insulation are available as felt or plate and used in most cases for insulation between rafters and roof insulation. Another advantage is that the stone wool insulation from the outside has a reflective coating, which prevents a warming or a cooling.

Wool also offers advantages, it is resistant to mold and vermin. In particular, the insulation is completely heat-resistant and also non-flammable, so no toxic gases can develop in the event of a fire. In General reduces the fire hazard in the places where the wool for insulation is used. Mineral wool insulation is also one of the best insulating materials and is therefore particularly like to used. Rock wool insulation has taken basically the same features as the well-known glass wool.

A distinction is made only with respect to the composition of the raw material. Mineral wool insulation has a very high insulation properties due to the air that is trapped in the stone wool fibers and offers optimal heat protection. Heat protection insulation should be the goal of effective roof insulation that heat in a roof long is stored only delayed and can get to a lesser extent in the interiors. This buffering is performed by the heat storage of roof insulation. This leads to the insulation. These target values of the phase shift should be 10 to 14 hours. This means that, for example, the midday heat, which is most intense between 13 and 15, 10 to 14 hours later – so against 23 until 5 o’clock – the interiors is emitted.