|Reinforced Concrete||λ = 2.10 W/mK|
|Brick||λ = 0.45 W/mK|
|Wood||λ = 0.20 W/mK|
|Aerated Concrete||λ = 0.14 W/mK|
|EPS(16kg/m³)||λ = 0.040 W/mK|
|Rock wool||λ = 0.040 W/mK|
|Exelans Energy Neopor / Carbon Innova||λ = 0,032 W/mK|
|Exelans Enerji XPS||λ = 0,030 W/mK|
|Exelans Energy NeoporTURBO||λ = 0,029W/mK|
As value λ gets smaller, thermal conductivity decreases.
The thermal resistance (R) value is the criterion that gives us the most accurate information about the performance of an insulation material and its comparison with other materials.
Thermal resistance is defined as the resistance of a material against the heat transfer between two mediums. As this value gets higher, the materials resist heat transfer more. The product with a higher R value has a higher insulation value.
d is the thickness of the material in meters.
λ is the thermal conductivity coefficient of the material in terms of W/mK.
R is the thermal resistance of the material in terms of m²K/W.
You can get an idea about the insulation performance of various products on offer by comparing their thermal insulation based on this property.
|Region 1||0,032||4 cm|
|Region 2||0,032||5 cm|
|Region 3||0,032||6 cm|
|Region 4||0,032||8 cm|
First of all, the factors behind the influx of water should be examined and precautions should be taken against them. If water influx is seen only on rainy days, then the cracks and holes in your building should be repaired by using water insulation materials.
If there is no visibly deep crack or hole in your wall and there are plaster bubbles, dark spots, mold and similar formations on the interior surfaces, then there is a thermal insulation problem.
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