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Blow-in insulation for the fixed factory filling system by means of big-bales

For reasons of cost and quality, more and more manufacturers of timber frame elements, (prefabricated) house manufacturers and carpentry companies are taking the decision to have their frame elements factory-insulated.

So as not to shut itself off from this market, Peter Seppele Gesellschaft m.b.H. took the decision to invest in a big bale plant so that in future it will also be able to offer its customers the THERMOFLOC cellulose insulating material in big bale form. Combined with the factory filling system by x-floc, comprising a blowing panel, big bale conditioner and blowing machine, it is possible to factory-insulate timber frame elements optimally according to the processing guidelines.

Application possibilities for blown-in insulation

The near-natural THERMOFLOC fibers are used in building projects carried out in more than 21 European countries and the number of builders that are convinced about the many benefits of THERMOFLOC insulation systems is growing constantly. Basically, each construction component can be equipped with an injectable insulation. Compared to conventional insulation systems, it differs just in the sequence of the various working steps. We will be happy to advise you in all aspects concerning THERMOFLOC blown-in insulation!

THERMOFLOC blow-in insulation - all benefits at a glance

  • Quick, reasonably priced, efficient
  • Reduced energy costs
  • Uninterrupted and vapor open insulation layer
  • Overall airtightness of cracks, corners and cavities
  • Comfortable living comfort in any season
  • Available for any building component
Blow-in insulation of THERMOFLOC saves time & money

Technical data:

Description THERMOFLOC F - blow-in insulation borate free
Composition Newspaper fibres, additives < 10%
Approvals / certificates ETA-05/0186
natureplus 0107-1301-121-1
Fire behaviour
(with an installation density of 28 to 60 kg/m³)
Class E / d ≥ 40 mm
Fire behaviour
(with an installation density of 30 to 60 kg/m³)
Class B-s2,d0 / d ≥ 100 mm
Resistance to mould growth Class 0
Sound absorption W=1,00 / d ≥ 100 mm
Declared value of thermal conductivity
(with an installation density of 28 to 47 kg/m³)
λD(23,50) = 0,037 W/m·K
Declared value of thermal conductivity
(with an installation density of 48 to 60 kg/m³)
λD(23,50) = 0,038 W/m·K
Water vapour diffusion resistance µ ≤ 1,4
Metal corrosion Class CR
Settling SV = 4,4 % / 28 kg/m³
Sd = 0 % / Class SC 0 / 48 kg/m³
SD        NPD
Scyc      NPD
Water absorption WP = 8 kg/m² / 30 kg/m³
WP = 28 kg/m² / 60 kg/m³
Critical moisture content NPD
Flow resistance ≥ 6,1 kPa·s/m²
Hygroscopic properties NPD