The thermal insulation technology with TENAPORS CERAMIC composite material plates allows achieving a significant thermal insulation effect and also gives the building an aesthetic value. The thermal insulation material consists of 2 components – polystyrene foam and ceramic tiles. For more easy adhesion on the building’s façade, there are planes of 3 different sizes (L, H and c) available. The components are affixed to the wall with dowel nails in certain places marked during the manufacturing process with a plastic core. There are gaps between the ceramic tiles which must be filled with seam mortar after fixing the tiles to the wall. The result will resemble a unique brick wall.
A highly durable EPS 200 polystyrene foam is used in the production of the thermal insulation material. The density of this material reaches 30-32 kg/m3 which twice exceeds any other materials in other thermal insulation systems. EPS 200 polystyrene foam not only ensures highly functional mechanical strength but it also shows improved thermal technical properties with heat conduction coefficient of 0.034 W/m*K. These ceramic tiles are produced in Germany by using high-quality materials, ensuring resistance against climatic conditions.
The used ceramic materials have a special “swallow tail” shaped connection. Such a connection is employed because the product is manufactured in a special forming machines where both raw materials are attached to each other without using any adhesives or other additives. Over the course of manufacturing process, polystyrene foam is blown in the connection site with the help of steam; when the foam expands, a highly secure connection is made. Such a technology allows making very durable composite material, with service time exceeding 25 years.