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CelluBOR Dry Blow

CelluBOR Dry Blow


CelluBOR Dry Blow is a quality thermal insulation and sound insulation material known as cellulose wool containing recycled gazette paper with more than 80% of the cellulose based boron content. Cellulose wool obtained from newspapers is processed with boron based chemicals. As a result of this process, the CelluBOR Dry Blow product, which can be used without padding, as pouring and filling, emerges.



The chemicals in CelluBOR Dry Blow are not toxic. It's not harmful for the skin. Thanks to its boron components CelluBOR Dry Blow is an anti-bacterial, pest and rodent free substance. CelluBOR Dry Blow is free of ammonia based material, glass wool, rock wool and asbestos. The material is sprayed on all kinds of surfaces in open and closed areas and the applied area is provided a thermal and sound insulation.

  • CelluBOR Dry Blow insulation material must be protected directly and continuously from water contact after application.
  • Areas to be applied should be cleaned in advance.
  • It is recommended to treat exposed surfaces with CelluBOR Surface Hardener surface hardener.
  • The CelluBOR Surface Hardener can also be used to color the exposed surfaces.
  • CelluBOR Dry Wall insulation material must be protected directly and continuously from water contact.
  • Areas to be applied should be cleaned in advance.
  • The water should not be sprayed at temperatures below the freezing point. CelluBOR Blow product should be preferred for weather conditions where freezing conditions may occur.
  • In dry wall systems, filling the two sides with blowing between closed plasterboards.
  • Paving between roofs.
  • On the inner surfaces of buildings under the cover is filled with blowing or laying.
  • Inside the walls in prefabricated structures.
  • In technical installations of roof and wall in industrial installations.
  • Sound insulation is required in hotels and motels, meeting rooms, entertainment and sports complexes and similar facilities.