Enerpaper was created as blowing insulation for wall, roof and attic cavities.
It stands out for its innovative features.
Enerpaper’s insulation material, consisting of stabilised cellulose, is produced following a manufacturing process that is unique in the world and protected by an international patent.
HOW IS THE RECYCLED CARDBOARD USED?
The production of insulation rolls (unique in the world), follows a process that is split into 3 main phases:
In the paper mills the cardboard is processed and subjected to a specific flame retardant, mould retardant, and dust-retardant treatment.
At this stage, the process makes it possible to reduce the use of chemical additives by 50% compared to competitors.
During the production process, a surface treatment is applied to the paper ribbon, which allows the thickness and density of the final flakes to be controlled with precision.
Transformed into rolls, the raw material arrives at Enerpaper.
There, special machinery transforms it into cellulose wadding before it is blown into the wall, roof and attic cavities.
The loose nature of Enerpaper cellulose flakes allows this insulation to be installed in new buildings and can be used to improve the thermal insulation of the walls and roofs of existing buildings.