Cellulose Insulation

Product Description

DÄMMSTATT cellulose insulation material is manufactured from daily newspapers. The papers are sorted and grind it into insulating cellulose flakes. The path from newspaper to insulation material requires little energy and no water. Thus, the manufacture of Cellulose insulation materials has clearly fewer disadvantages for the environment than the manufacture of conventional products.

Pure cellulose is flammable and vulnerable to pests and mold fungi. For this reason, our insulation materials are protected by the addition of aluminum hydrate and boric acid. Our borate-free products DÄMMSTATT borate-free contain ammonium phosphate and Fungotannin, manufactured from the bark extract tannin. These additives are biodegradable and make it possible to dispose of our products by means of composting.

Technical Detail


Delivery form loose in 12.5 kg bags
Resistance to mould No development in accordance with ISO 846
Recycling Seprated and dry material can be recycled
Bulk density (kg/m3) 25-50kg/m3 exposed; 40-65 kg/m3 cavity filled; 30- 65kg/m3 CSO process
Components 90% recycled newspaper and 10% additives
Thermal conductivity (W/mK) 0.037
Water Vapour Diffusion Resistance Coefficient 1 - 2.
Length Related Flow Resistance 6.0 kPa.s/m2.
Maximum Processing Temperature 120C.
External monitoring of manufacturing process MPA NRW
production process Dry
European Technical Approval ETA 04/0080
Specific Thermal Capacity 2150 J/(kg.K).
Usage Interior only


Dammstatt Cellulose Insulation - DOP

dammstatt cellulose insulation - DOP