GWR is a paint-like, colourable, liquid thermal insulation material with extraordinary properties. These features make it a unique solution in the world, with an outstanding professional, developmental, and testing background. It significantly reduces material and human resources costs, while greatly increasing the stability of projects due to the speed of installation. Thanks to these features, it has a direct and serious impact on project costs; i.e., it directly increases the profit that can be generated by the customer.
UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS IN PRACTICE
- Provides significant space savings
- Suitable for both internal and external insulation
- Special vapour permeability (it provides a pleasant feeling, and prevents fungal growth and nitrate precipitation)
- A high degree of weather adaptability (insulates both in winter and summer)
- Certified fire retardance
- Can be dyed any colour
UNIQUE CONSTRUCTION & LOGISTICAL CHARACTERISTICS
- Easy to transport thanks to its packaging in 20-litre buckets. (18-20 nm).
- Depending on the height, it can be applied with the alpine technique or a lifting device; it does not require scaffolding.
- It does not require any preparatory work other than the thorough cleaning of the surface that will be insulated. It can be applied directly to the surface, and it retains the structure of the surface (for example, on plaster).
- Its construction is swift and clean, one layer of insulation can be applied to 300–600 m2 per day (with 3 people working at least 8 hours per day).
- It is water-repellent, washable, can be painted afterwards, can be wallpapered, and due to its extremely strong adhesion, it can even support plinths.
- It completely eliminates the thermal bridge, (for example, we can make 1cm turns on window frames to eliminate the thermal bridge. The finished surface is entirely homogeneous, so there are no seams through which air can pass).
According to TÜV SÜD OCTAGON in Munich, GWR insulation with a thickness of 1.5 mm (1 mm after drying) corresponds to 10 cm of polystyrene insulation, but with a 9% reduction in energy consumption. In colder temperatures, 0.7mm of GWR insulation corresponds to even thicker polystyrene insulation.
GWR is easy to install. After applying the first coat (0.3–0.5 mm), the second coat (0.5 mm) can be applied after a drying time of 24 hours. The combined thickness of the two coats of insulation is 0.7mm. The number of coats can be increased upon request, each of which extends the application process by 24 hours. The ideal way to apply GWR is in three coats. It works more efficiently in extreme weather conditions (the greater the difference between the internal and external temperatures).