Mr Piotr from Lębork wanted to beautify his house by adding wooden elements. He used this opportunity to insulate the building with wool for ventilated elevations. Unfortunately, we don't have a photo of what the house looks like after completion, which is a shame, because it looks great!
Wool for ventilated facades Rockwool ROCKMIN PLUS 100mm, Lebork, Poland
The thermal conductivity coefficient lambda λD is 0.037 W/mK and the density of this wool is 31 kg/m³. Stone wool boards for use on the exterior and interior of buildings for thermal, acoustic and fire insulation. Other available thicknesses in mm: 50, 60, 75, 80, 100, 120, 140, 150, 160, 180, 200
Mineral wool for thermal insulation and insulation in usable and non-usable attics and lofts: above the rafters, between the rafters, under the rafters as well as suspended ceilings and knee walls (so-called dry construction).
Mineral wool for insulation and insulation of walls from the inside, construction of partition walls, pre-walls, partition walls and industrial pre-walls.
FRAME CONSTRUCTIONS, CEILINGS, FLOORS ON JOISTS
Mineral wool for insulation and insulation of: floors on a grid, industrial ceilings, ventilated flat roofs, floors on joists on a wooden or steel structure, suspended ceilings, external and internal walls of frame houses and wooden houses.
Mineral wool for thermal insulation and insulation of external walls using the light dry method with panel covering, external walls with a stone or glass facade, skeletal external and internal walls.
Mineral wool for insulation and insulation of gaps between masonry and prefabricated walls in external and internal walls and basements.