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CelluBOR SW is a cellulose based material used as a thermal, sound, and fire retardant. Thanks to the pouring, blow-filling, and special spraying machines, CelluBOR can be easily applied to all types of surfaces.

CelluBOR can breathe thanks to its porous structure. As it is made entirely from natural materials, the performance of the product remains constant throughout its lifetime. There is no loss of volume and no deterioration in thermal, sound, and fire retardant.  

CelluBOR can be applied to any surface to the desired thickness and density. No gap is left during the application, preventing the formation of thermal and acoustic bridges. 



CelluBOR SW is applied to all types of surfaces in open and closed spaces and provides thermal, sound and moisture insulation. It is applied without the need for fasteners. The service life is identical to the service life of the structure.

The chemicals contained in the CelluBOR SW, minerals are non-toxic. They are not harmful to the skin. Thanks to its components, CelluBOR SW is antibacterial, without pests and rodents. CelluBOR SW is free of ammonia Cal material, glass wool, rock wool and asbestos.

Here is a terse explanation of special characteristic of CelluBOR SW, for sampling, conditioning and testing the provisions of the EAD No 040138-01-1201 "In-situ formed loose fill thermal and/or acoustic insulation products made of vegetable fibres" apply. Considering that CelluBOR SW is valid according to all European standards

 

 

 

 Essential characteristic

 

 Performance

 

 Reaction to fire test acc. to EN ISO 11925-2:2010   test acc. to 13823:2010+A1:2014

 

 Class B-s2, d0

 acc. to EN 13501-1:2007+A1:2009

 Reaction to fire

 test acc. to EN ISO 11925-2:2010

 Class E

 acc. to EN 13501-1:2007+A1:2009

Hygiene, health and the environment (BWR 3)

 Essential characteristic

 

 Performance

 

 Resistance to the growth of mould test acc. to EAD   "In-situ formed loose fill thermal and/or acoustic   insulation products made of vegetable fibres",   Annex B

 

 Evaluation level 0 acc. to

 EN ISO 846:1997

Protection against noise (BWR 5)

 Essential characteristic

 

 Performance

 

 Thermal conductivity at mean reference   temperature of 10 °C test acc. to EN 12667:2001

 

  Declared value for a moisture content of the   insulation material at 23 °C and 50 % relative   humidity:

  λ D(23,50) = 0.038 W/(m·K)

  Conversion of humidity

  acc. to EN ISO 10456:2007+AC:2009 mass-         related   moisture content at 23 °C/50 % rel.

 humidty: mass-related moisture content at 23   °C/80 % rel.

    humidty: mass-related moisture conversion   coefficient (dry to 23 °C/50 % rel. humidity): mass-   related moisture conversion coefficient (23 °C/50   %   rel. humidity to 23 °C/80 % rel. humidity):

 

 

 

  u23,50 = 0.08 kg/kg

  u23,80 = 0.13 kg/kg

  fu1 = 0.20

  fu2 = 0.26

 

 

  Essential characteristic

 

  Performance

 

  moisture conversion factor (dry to 23 °C/50 % rel.    humidity):

  moisture conversion factor (23 °C/50 % rel.

  humidity to 23 °C/ 80 % rel. humidity)

 

  Fm1 = 1.02

  Water vapour diffusion resistance coefficient test      acc. to EN 12086:2013, climate condition C

 

 

  μ = 1 bis 2

 

 

 

CelluBOR can be applied to any surface to the desired thickness and density. No gap is left during the application, preventing the formation of thermal and acoustic bridges

CelluBOR can be applied to any surface to the desired thickness and density. Since the spray process is monolithic, it prevents the formation of thermal and acoustic bridges. Application efficiency is very high as there is no leakage from the insulating surface. The low thermal conductivity coefficient ensures good thermal insulation performance. The thermal conductivity coefficient of CelluBOR is 0.038 W / m.K. The value is not affected by variations in density and temperature changes. The R-value expressed as the resistance of components and insulating materials to heat transfer is an important criterion for the selection of materials. The thermal resistance (R-value) of CelluBOR is 1.32 m2 K / W at 50-mm thickness. It is independent of temperature. CelluBOR absorbs noise due to its flexible and soft structure. Its irregular and fibrous structure (high surface weight and porous structure) prevents reverberation and tinnitus. When installed with appropriate components and thickness, the CelluBOR system can absorb sounds up to 70 dB. Acoustically, the sound absorbing property is perfect. Its sound absorption coefficient is 1.0, which corresponds to class A. The density can range from 15 to 150 kg/m 3. The standard application density is 50 kg / m3. CelluBOR is completely environmentally friendly. The production of the material from exclusively natural materials ensures that the performance of the product remains constant throughout its life. There is no loss of volume and no deterioration in thermal, sound, and fire insulation values. It is completely natural and contains no carcinogenic chemical compound. It does not deteriorate over time, does not rot, corrodes, or rust. It cannot be destroyed by insects and microorganisms. Due to its breathable structure, it does not cause suffocation or mold.

  • CelluBOR Spray must be protected from water contact directly and continuously after the application of the insulating material.

  • The application areas should be cleaned beforehand.

  • The spray process should not be used at temperatures below freezing.

  • It is recommended to treat exposed surfaces with a CelluBOR surface hardener. If the insulation surface remains in open areas.

  • CelluBOR Surface Hardener can also be used to color the exposed surfaces.

  • CelluBOR Bonding Agent should be used prior to spraying to increase surface adhesion in-ceiling applications.

  • Thermal and acoustic insulation in drywall systems.

  • Thermal and sound insulation of exterior walls. (Under cladding and curtain walls, etc.)

  • Thermal and sound insulation of interior walls.

  • Can be applied as a spray form under and between rafters on roofs.

  • Spray and fill between two tiles.

  • Metal roofs and facades.

  • Cold stores.

  • Animal farms.

  • Soundproofing in mosques, concert halls, assembly rooms, schools, factories, workshops, and other public spaces, as well as recording studios and places where soundproofing is required.

  • Technical insulation of roof and wall in industrial plants.

  • In ships, wagons and containers.

  • Sound insulation in hotels and motels, conference rooms, entertainment and sports complexes and similar facilities.

  • All industrial roofs; Eternit, sheet metal, membrane, etc. It can be applied to all types of materials.

  • Dry construction systems, filling method without opening the plasterboard with blowing between closed plasterboard.

  • Prefabricated structures, walls.