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Interior insulation

iQ-Therm - the intelligent interior insulation system by Remmers

Inside insulation changes the thermal and the hygric behaviour of the existing construction. In addition to the dew problem, the changed drying behaviour of the construction must be taken into account.

Interior insulation on external walls has a special impact on the physical behaviour of the building. In particular, the water vapour diffusion and possible moisture penetration and the limited drying potential after exposure to driving rain needs to be taken into account when selecting the right insulating material when adapting dimensions.

Interior insulation is an alternative or supplement to exterior insulation and/or core insulation. With these systems the supporting masonry lies on the warm side of the insulation, the potential or risk of condensation should always be taken into account.

Insulation insulation

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Article No. 0401

Salt storing, WTA-compliant pore undercoat render in the restoration render system for masonry subjected to moisture and salt loads

Article No. 0225

Adhesive mortar in the iQ Therm system

Article No. 0241

Capillary active polyurethane rigid foam panel for mould control

Article No. 0230

Reinforcement and thin-layer plaster

Article No. 0237

Washable silicate interior wall paint in the iQ-Therm system, free from solvents and plasticisers

Article No. 0228

Temperature-regulating render

Article No. 0236

Reinforcement fabric made of E-glass

Article No. 0232

Surface filler and fine plaster

Article No. 0233

Fine filler

Article No. 0242

Capillary active polyurethane rigid foam panel for creating highly insulating, diffusion-capable interior insulation with capillary moisture transport

Article No. 0243

Capillary active polyurethane rigid foam panel for creating highly insulating, diffusion-capable interior insulation with capillary moisture transport