ISOCELL - the specialist for cellulose insulation and airtight products
As a specialist for cellulose insulation and airtightness, ISOCELL focuses on two of the most important topics in the field of energy-efficient building shells. For more than 20 years, we offer and develop solutions for low-energy and passive houses in new building and renovation projects. All products from the ISOCELL system portfolio are perfectly matched solutions for targeted and professional application in all thermal insulation and sealing work.
The Isocell system concept:
Insulating and sealing to a system does not mean: “Here we have a product – now let’s look for a problem it can solve,” or “They will know what to do with it”.
BUT RATHER: “Advice regarding the best possible solutions for insulation, roof underlays and airtightness systems with perfectly matched products”.
Reliability for installers and planners due to the system guarantee. Always up to date due to membership in standardisation boards and technical committees and as a partner for projects carried out by testing and research institutes and universities.
More than 20 years of experience in the processing of blown-in insulation and airtightness systems, more than 600 airtightness measurements on buildings sites every year, continuous in-house research and development as well as the ongoing cooperation with research institutes and universities form the basis for the expansion of the product portfolio and the unique Europe-wide expertise of ISOCELL.
From its headquarters in Neumarkt, ISOCELL steers the Europe-wide sales of its system solutions. The ISOCELL Academy, the training centre for sales partners is also located there, which, with more than 500 participants a year in expert seminars and discussion meetings, has established itself in the industry as a platform for the systematic transfer of know-how. The production of the cellulose insulation takes place at five own factories in Hartberg (Austria), Schoppen (Belgium), Plourin-lès-Morlaix and Servian (both in France) and, since 2013, in Tibro (Sweden).