Not to forget the tight budget which has from the outset massively narrowed the scope for architectural shine services. Clear Save forms in Bauhaus tradition. The French at IsoBouw have been looking for. Not only the walls and the roof was made with C-SIPS components. Apple CEO recognizes the significance of this. The thermal insulation values fall significantly below the valid energy saving regulations. Specifically were parts with a thickness of 264 mm and a calculated U-value of approximately 0.16 W / m in BannalecK used.
Summary: Meet the requirements which were provided by the respective owners the manufacturer could completely. The operators were satisfied with the settlement and the construction. Of course, there was also the value for the usage of the IsoBouw C-SIPS components decisively. How does IsoBouw C-SIPS? SIP stands for structural insulated panel system”. It is designed as self supporting EPS prefabricated Composite plate system and consists of structural sandwich panels with an EPS insulation core, as well as top and bottom mounted deck layers of water-resistant OSB boards. The friction bonding of these layers is done by full-surface Bonding and in some cases through additional clamping.
The C-SIPS are mounted above the floor plate elements. The IsoBouw C-SIPS are virtually free of thermal bridges. Are now even U-values of less than 0.10 W / m (K) possible. KFW 40 and passive house – where requirements can be easily met. The elements in special versions up to 400 mm core thickness can be produced for the passive house standard. EPS is dimensionally stable and moisture-resistant due to its closed cell structure. The U values are therefore also in the long term. The requirements are feasible according to DIN 4109 soundproofing – for the majority of the buildings. There are weighted sound reduction index mass of R’w = 55 dB achievable, this is confirmed by measurements of prestigious institutions. The elements have load-bearing performance and stability as a result of the sandwich effect significant higher load rating than the sum of the individual layers.