Building System – Wall – Astrotherm



Astrotherm insulation

Astrotherm insulation consists of a fibre glass blanket with a laminated vapour barrier. Isoblocs significantly reduce thermal bridges and Alustrip improves the overall appearance of the insulation joints. The fibre-glass blanket consists of a flexible blanket of high quality fibre-glass, based on a thermo-setting synthetic resin with a homogeneous fibre fleece and long fibres, without residual or reused materials.


  • Thermal and acoustic insulation
  • High insulation values
  • Tailor-made supply, minimal waste
  • High density fibre glass for long-lasting quality
  • Large range of vapour barriers
  • Excellent fire classification
  • Fast erection

Technical Specifications

  • Density: 16kg/m³
  • Thermal conductivity: 0.037W/(m²/K)
  • Nominal thicknesses: 40, 60, 80 and 100mm
  • Lengths: Factory cut-to-length rolls to suit each project
  • Packaging: in perforated polybags and labelled for correct identification on jobsite
    Building System – Wall – Astrotherm


  • Alustrip
  • Aluminium staples and staplers
  • Double-side adhesive tape
  • Repair-kits
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Building System – Wall – Astrotherm

Astrotherm insulation is unrolled and stretched over purlins or girts (except in double-skin roofs). The longitudinal assembly of layers is achieved by double stapling the two adjacent overlaps, thus ensuring the continuation of the vapour barrier.