New Generation of mineral wool from Knauf Insulation

Knauf Insulation mineral wool made with ECOSE® Technology doesn't look or feel like any insulation you have ever experienced.

That's because the natural brown colour represents a level of sustainability and handling never achieved before.

Knauf Insulation mineral wool made with ECOSE® Technology:

  • offers superior handling: softer feel, less dusty, odourless, and easy to cut;
  • offers superior level of sustainability: the natural brown colour represents a level of sustainability and handling never achieved;
  • delivers all the benefits you are used to from our traditional mineral wool.

A brand new offer that comes with a new packaging and a range of communication materials that help you to understand all the product performances and environmental credentials of our naturally brown product.

Get a touch of natural brown insulation on www.knaufinsulation.com

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Date: 12 August 2009
Source: Knauf Insulation

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