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spumix products are pre-combusted in production at a temperature of 1000°C and more. Therefore, they do not contain combustible or decomposable organic substances that accelerate fire.
spumix products do not dissolve in water. They hardly absorb any water and release it again through their vapor permeable structure without changing themselves. spumix breathes.
spumix products have a porosity of around 90% and insulate better than conventional high-temperature insulation materials. They do not contain any fibers and are completely harmless to health.
Residual materials of spumix products from production or construction sites are recycled for the production of new foam ceramics. Landfilling as construction waste is possible without any problems.
Polystyrene products such as Styrofoam, EPS or XPS are flame retardant but still combustible.
Mineral and glass wool as well as calcium silicate contain organic binding or supporting materials that decompose above 200°C and release gases.
Calcium silicate swells. Mineral and glass wool as well as calcium silicate are sensitive to water.
In case of contact with moisture, the wool clumps, collapses and loses its insulating and fire-protective properties.
All man-made mineral fibers have an irritating effect.
Ceramic fibers are "classified as carcinogenic in animal tests in category 1B" according to EC 67/548 - CLP Annex VI.
Polystyrene contains blowing agents and flame retardants and is hazardous to the aquatic environment.
Materials with a loss on ignition of more than 5% are not landfillable as construction waste. This applies to many mineral and glass wools.
In addition to thermal insulation, spumix products can also be used as fire protection because they permanently resist any fire - as an already pre-fired product,
spumix products can be easily processed on the construction site with wet cutting machines - without long term influence on the material properties.
Due to their low density, spumix products lead to a reduction in energy consumption during cyclic processes and have an adaptive thermal insulation effect.
spumix products are produced, installed and dismantled without respiratory protection, protective suit and safety tent. Landfilling as construction waste is possible.
The brick-red product with the lowest maximum application temperature is produced from residual materials from brick production and is suitable for thermal insulation of buildings.
The standard product for thermal insulation in laboratory furnaces or as back insulation in industrial furnaces is based on the raw material fireclay and has a characteristic pale yellow color.
Ideally suited for thermal insulation at medium-high temperatures and for special applications in boiler construction or fire protection. With high purity andalusite as raw material, a white color is achieved.
For high temperature processes up to 1650°C mullite is used as raw material, above that for 1750°C or 1800°C corundum. These products impress with comparatively low densities of < 600 kg/m³.
So far, there is no insulating material in use that is optimal from a building biology point of view. The brick-like product is non-combustible and enables sustainable use in accordance with the Recycling Building Materials Regulation. The insulating effect is similar to that of mineral wool, but there are no fibers.
Safety in the installation of heat sources in the living space has top priority. The yellow material made of fireclay can be cut dry or wet without producing red mud, insulates more effectively than red diatomaceous earth bricks and does not cause any malodors due to organic fibers.
For the first time, there is a product that provides thermal insulation and fire protection at the same time. Until now, fire protection materials have had a comparatively high thermal conductivity. It is also ideal for use in ships where moisture is inherent.
Today's insulating materials such as ceramic fiber are fibrous or have poor insulating properties like insulating fire bricks. Foam ceramics have low density and reduce significantly energy consumption in cyclic processes. Adaptive thermal conductivity also saves energy in continuous operations.