What Is Cellulose Insulation ?
Cellulose Insulation , which has excellent thermal and acoustic insulation properties, is an environmentally friendly GREEN material made from natural wood base fibres, 80% of the content of Cellulose Insulation is processed from recycled cellulose fibres. These fibres are chemically treated with boron acid to create permanent flame resistant.
The Cellulose Insulation is applied to the desired area by dry filling or spraying. This type of application requires a qualified team with special equipment.
Methods of Application
Applied With Water
Spray On System
Applied With Adhesive
The recommended insulation methods for container home office is using dry fill or wet spray method to container walls and spray on system to the soffit of ceiling.
The cellulose insulation shall form a monolithic seamless seal without gaps that act as thermal barrier and eliminates air infiltration thereby resulting in high thermal resistance and develops a comfortable and conducive living / working space as good of the conventionally brick wall built building envelopes.
THE BENEFITS OF CELLULOSE INSULATION
The purpose of insulation is to effectively maintain a building’s environment by controlling its gain or loss of heat. However, thermal performance is greatly affected by air infiltration resulting from voids, seams, cracks and other structural irregularities.
The Cellulose Insulation stops air infiltration allowing the insulation to perform to its maximum thermal efficiency, thus saving money on heating and cooling costs.
The Cellulose Insulation creates a sound barrier by sealing off potential sound transmission points. Its resilient fibres naturally absorb sound energy and reduce reverberations resulting in excellent STC (Sound Transmission Class) and NRC (Noise Reduction Coefficient) ratings.
This spray-on system creates an improved acoustical environment for applications ranging from theaters, auditoriums, and television/sound studios as well as manufacturing environments.
Cellulose Insulation is non combustible and intense heat will not penetrate its protective barrier.
It has been tested and endorsed as a Class O Building Material By JABATAN BOMBA DAN PENYELAMAT MALAYSIA
When hot humid air comes in contact with a colder surface, condensation forms. Once air finds its way between the building surface and the insulation, moisture problems begin, often leading to a reduction in thermal performance.
The Cellulose Insulation creates a monolithic seal, which greatly reduces the chance of moisture development while maintaining maximum R-Value efficiency.