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Exterior Insulation

Exterior Thermal System

The heating and the cooling required for a building requires energy consumption of materials such as oil, gas or electricity, which not only will lie forever in nature, but unnecessary use heavy burden on the global environment

The main reason most energy saving in all sectors, it is not economical as several years ago where no man knew the devastating consequences to the environment global warming heat. The parameters that burden the environment when it comes to heating the cooling of workplaces and living, it is the heat from the burning of materials (oil, gas, etc.) which increases the temperature of the planet are the pollutants from burning that adds to global warming and environmental pollution from the mills of these materials. When it comes to about six billion inhabitants, the smallest percentage change in the use of energy sources has incredible effects on the environment.

The main purpose most of humanity is able to preserve the balance of nature for decades, until new energy applications begin to be implemented, such as wind and solar energy, atomic fusion, hydrogen, which would have far less or no adverse effects for the environment.

Through the various guidelines set by the European Community to protect the environment, they are also for the proper insulation of buildings.

System Application Advantages External Insulation

The heat capacity of a building is the ability of the wall, ceiling and floor to absorb heat (hot or cold) in which the gain from the environment. This heat to radiate back into the environment. If the building is not insulated at all, most of the heat goes out resulting in unnecessary use, in large part, the heating and cooling means. Dressing house externally with insulation, all of the heat giving the area irradiated again only to the inside of the house. This results remain hot or cool the space and having stop working the cooling or heating system.

The thermal conductivity of a material indicates how easily and quickly penetrates the heat. Materials with high specific gravity (such as cement) have high conductivity. The bricks for example have a lower conductivity than the cement. The conductivity of the expanded polystyrene but is too small. This means that in the shell of the building must have materials with very low conductivity such that the desired indoor temperature is not influenced by the outside.

Energy savings in the case of using the External Insulation System (provided and the windows and the roof is properly selected and insulated) can be up to 40% compared to conventional building methods. This means it is one of the few elements of the house that can bring financial payback.

The expanded polystyrene insulation boards, worked very easily, so that there is power in the various architectural details.

Ensure coverage of thermal bridges especially on concrete slabs, beams and columns.