Discover a full range of mineral wool insulation, whatever your requirement
ISOVER has been manufacturing insulation materials for the thermal, acoustic and fire protection of buildings and technical installations since 1937. This accumulation of experience allowed us to become experts in producing glass wool and stone wool as rolls, slabs, pipe sections, crimped or wired mats and loose wool. Although, today's technically advanced products bear little resemblance to their early predecessors.
Kaimann, our sister company, offers a wide range of elastomeric insulating materials in more than 50 countries for a very wide range of applications and industries. Elastomeric foam is the insulation solution for cold temperature applications offering excellent condensation protection.
By committing to a continuous program of product and process innovation and development, today our insulation materials range offers advanced solutions for the demanding requirements of a wide range of technical markets, from Marine & Offshore to household appliances and thermal solar collectors.
Committed to constant improvement
Never satisfied with our existing solutions, Isover and Kaimann's research and development teams are constantly devising, testing and launching new ideas to reach higher standards of performance and safety of our insulation materials. This means making each design, insulation materials and accessory more efficient, sustainable and robust.
Elastomeric foam insulation
Also known as closed cell elastomeric foam insulation, flexible elastomeric foam (FEF) insulation, or rubber insulation, elastomeric foam insulation is basically a synthetic rubber composed of a closed cell structure available in factory made tubes, sheets or rolls.
Glass wool insulation
Glass wool, also known as fibreglass, is one of the most effective and sustainable insulation materials on the market. The exceptional thermal properties help save energy and therefore reduce emissions. The porous, elastic structure means that glass wool is very good at attenuating noise. Glass wool doesn’t fuel fire or propagate flames either, as it is incombustible by nature.
Stone wool insulation
Also known as mineral wool or rock wool, stone wool is made by spinning molten rock and minerals with steel slag. Isover stone wool products combine mechanical resistance, moisture resistance, excellent thermal and acoustic insulation performance, and superior passive fire protection.