Wet process vs Dry process wood fibre insulation

Wet process vs Dry process wood fibre insulation

Wet-process and dry-process wood fibre boards may look the same on the surface but there are a few differences that we think our customers should be aware of when selecting wood fibre insulation boards.

What to do after installing a wood fibre insulation board

What to do after installing a wood fibre insulation board

he installation of the UdiIN2CM wood fibre board is easy and simple. The question is, once the board has been installed, what should happen next? Leave for 24 hours while the foundation coat sets. After that, you can use any sort of lime plaster to finish.

Can a thin wood fibre insulation board really reduce heat loss?

Can a thin wood fibre insulation board really reduce heat loss?

Here we look at a whether an ultra-thin (20mm) insulation board can really reduce heat loss. We compared bare brick work with the use of UdiIN2CM and the results were pretty amazing. The board is perfect for anyone looking to insulate walls within a tight space, such as those found in older buildings.

The Sound Test – Polystyrene Vs Wood Fibre Wall Insulation

The Sound Test – Polystyrene Vs Wood Fibre Wall Insulation

In this video we look at the different sound absorption qualities of wood fibre insulation compared to foam insulations such as polystyrene. These two boxes have the same U-value and thickness but the sound insulation is radically different between the two.

UdiRECO wood fibre insulation – Overview

UdiRECO wood fibre insulation – Overview

An overview of the innovative and unique UdiRECO wood fibre insulation boards. This board can adapt to uneven surfaces, removing the need for a levelling render to be applied. UdiRECO can be used internally with UdiMULTIGRUND, a special vapour control plaster. Externally it uses the UdiPERL rrender system.