What is cellulose?
Cellulose is nature’s most abundant organic substance and is naturally available in the cell walls of plants. During photosynthesis, plants convert carbon dioxide and water into carbohydrates and oxygen – into cellulose. No less than 100 billion tons of cellulose are created in this way each year.
Cellulose has many properties that makes it ideal for insulation. It absorbs moisture, which prevents moisture-related problems, and eliminates the need for diffusion plastic when building. It absorbs sounds very well, a feature that has become more and more appreciated in modern construction. Moreover, cellulose insulation does not release any unpleasant odor and it is fireproof.
More About Cellulose Insulation
- Cellulose is an excellent insulation solution
- iCell Lösull – cellulose insulation
- iCell Skiva – cellulose insulation
- Insulation with iCell saves energy
- Effective insulation with environmental benefits
- Research and Development
- What is cellulose?
- The history of insulation – then and now
You save energy and money
- House 130 m² in the middle of Sweden
150 mm sawdust
U-värde 0,51 W/m² °C
- After additional insulation
with 350 mm iCell Lösull,
nytt U-värde 0,10 W/m² °C
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