Here at Dunbar’s Insulation we use a revolutionary formaldehyde-free home insulation product that delivers more advanced insulation than traditional batts, guaranteed to improve the indoor air quality of your home. Instead of chemicals a strong binder is used, reducing manufacturing emissions and producing a house insulation product that is both highly effective and environmentally friendly.
Using Knauf EarthWool GlassWool for your home insulation needs instead of traditional batts means a warmer, drier, healthier house. We understand house insulation in New Zealand, and have a local team of experienced insulation installers who will fit your ceiling and wall insulation without hassle. Call us today to find out why we are the ceiling and wall insulation experts.
How is Knauf Earthwool Glasswool any better than the traditional fibreglass batts ?? See comments from Knauf who use ECOSE® Technology
Why will products made with ECOSE® Technology be more sustainable than the comparable standard available products?
Products made with ECOSE® Technology are more sustainable:
– as they have the added benefit of using a binder, which is up to 70% less energy intensive than traditional binders. With ECOSE® Technology, rapidly-renewable bio-based materials replace the traditional chemicals;
– as manufacturing emissions are reduced;
– since there is no formaldehyde or phenol used with ECOSE® Technology, it contributes to improved indoor air quality of buildings.
What is ECOSE® Technology?
ECOSE® Technology is a revolutionary, new, formaldehyde-free binder technology, based on rapidly renewable materials instead of petro-based chemicals. It reduces embodied energy and delivers superior environmental sustainability.
ECOSE® Technology was developed for glass and rock mineral wool insulation, but offers the same potential benefits to other products where resin-substitution would be an advantage.
How does ECOSE® Technology work?
By converting bio-based materials into an inert polymer through a proprietary process, ECOSE®Technology is used to create an exceptionally strong binder that bonds mineral wool insulation strands together. This revolutionary scientific discovery eliminates the formaldehyde and phenols found in traditional binders used in various industrial processes.