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In our shop you will find a wide range of products for heat and cold insulation. Our insulating panels for a pleasantly good climate are particularly suitable for the conversion of campers and vans. But we are also there for you when it comes to designing gazebos or construction trailers.

Heat and cold insulation - what's the point?

Heat and cold insulation can be summarized under the term insulation technology. Thermal insulation is about reducing the loss of heat. This loss is caused by heat transfer between a body with a higher temperature and one with a lower temperature. The aim of cold insulation is to keep the temperature low. Insulation materials reduce the speed at which heat exchange takes place.

Cold and heat insulation in the camper

Cold and heat insulation are particularly useful if you want to expand a camper or mobile home. Insulating the floor, side walls and ceiling slows down the heat exchange between the camper interior and exterior. In the summer, your camper doesn't heat up as quickly and when the temperature is low, it stays warm for a longer period of time.

But there is another reason why you should not do without insulation. In the camper is cooked, lived and slept. This accumulates a lot of moisture in the air. A person releases up to 2 liters of moisture per night just by sleeping. If warm, humid air hits the cold outer wall of a mobile home or camper, condensation forms. If the water cannot escape and collects behind the paneling, for example, mold and rust can form.

Cold and heat insulation is also important at home, in the garden or on the high seas. Our products make it possible for everyone to professionally convert sailing boats, houseboats, gazebos, tool sheds or construction trailers.

What material is suitable for insulation

There is a wide range of insulation materials on the market. But not all fabrics are suitable for cold and heat insulation of a camper.

The most commonly used insulating material for camper conversions is rubber. It does not absorb moisture and is very flexible. It can be easily cut with a cutter knife, is often self-adhesive and therefore ideal for use in vans and other small spaces. Reliable condensation prevention is also ensured. The insulation boards are of different thicknesses. If a thinner version is used, uneven surfaces can also be insulated well. In our shop you will find insulation boards with a thickness of 6 mm, 10 mm, 19 mm and 25 mm.