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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 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 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.
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.
In our shop you will find effective soundproofing that ensures quiet inside your camper and at the same time more privacy, since your pitch neighbor hears less of you. @@@@@
Sound consists of mechanical vibrations propagated by moving air molecules. The greater the sound pressure generated, the louder the noise is perceived. A functioning soundproofing in the form of soundproofing panels reduces vibrations from, for example, the sheet metal of a vehicle. If soundproofing panels are correctly fitted, they prevent the sheet metal from vibrating at a frequency that the human ear can hear.
A noise level that is too high can have a significant impact on your own well-being – which is a no-go, especially on vacation. The propagation of sound can be significantly reduced by effective sound insulation and thus serve as protection against driving noise and to insulate against noise from outside. This creates a pleasant rest and you can really enjoy the time in your camper. With our product VANUE MUTE sound insulation board 1.2 mm, unwanted resonances are effectively reduced by minimizing airborne noise and vibrations on surfaces.
There are several areas in the camper that should be insulated: floor, side walls, doors and ceiling. Since these are the largest areas in your camper, you will achieve the best insulation effect if you work with sound insulation panels over a large area.
Adhesive tapes and adhesives for campers and mobile homes are robust and specially developed to meet the requirements in motor homes. In our shop you will find the best tools for gluing, holding and isolating. @@@@@
Gluing is the permanent and strong connection between different materials using an adhesive. With the right products, gluing has some advantages over mechanical assembly with screws or rivets. On the one hand, an adhesive connection can act as a seal at the same time. On the other hand, the material is protected, since weakening, for example through drilling, is avoided. In addition, adhesive has a low weight and there is an even power transmission.
Whether for expansion and insulation, to repair minor damage or to attach attachments - glue and adhesive tape can be used in a variety of ways in mobile homes and campers and should always be on board.
VANUE FIX products are ideal if you want to turn your car into a camper. Cold and heat insulation are among the most important steps when converting a camper van. Our adhesive products are the perfect addition to VANUE Insulate insulation panels in mobile homes and vans. Our flexible rubber adhesive tape is ideal for insulating windows and doors all the way to the edge. With the right materials, you can easily insulate a camper yourself.
Even after the expansion has been completed, work can always be due. With the right tools, you can quickly and easily repair small repairs such as cracks or a hole in the motorhome roof yourself - as well as other changes to the interior or retrofitting to the vehicle.
Before gluing, it is advisable to sand down the corresponding surfaces. If you stick to the base material and not to the paint, you will get the best result.
It is particularly important that the surface is clean and free of grease. At VANUE CLEAN you will find the right cleaner for this.
You should ensure that your materials are well protected so that you can continue to enjoy your self-built camper in the long term. In our shop you will find everything for rust protection and sealing. @@@@@
How can I protect my camper?
Before you can really get started with the expansion of your camper, you should check where the vehicle has rusty spots. This is how you can extend the life of your van.
Rust forms when oxygen and water act on iron. Rust may have formed in your van, for example, because moisture got into the car. A layer of rust can permanently impair the mechanical properties such as load-bearing capacity or tensile strength of a metal. It is therefore important to remove the rust before dismantling.
To do this, you first have to thoroughly sand down rusty areas. Then you can seal the sanded areas with a rust converter. Especially if you are planning longer trips with your vehicle, the load-bearing parts must be rust-free so that your safety is guaranteed. This means that your camper should not only be protected from rust on the inside. The underbody in particular is extremely susceptible to rust and therefore deserves attention.
With our VANUE PROTECT rust converter, a resistant protective layer against rust can be created and a primer can be formed at the same time. It is the perfect all-rounder for camper conversions and can also be used to seal cut edges
Before you can start expanding your camper, your vehicle must first be thoroughly cleaned and degreased. We have powerful cleaners for everything that needs cleaning. @@@@@
Why do I have to clean my camper?
Thorough cleaning is the first step in camper conversion and should not be neglected. The reason for this is simple: In order for you to be able to enjoy a pleasant climate in your mobile home both in summer when it is hot and in low temperatures in winter, you need cold and heat insulation. Good insulation also protects against condensation, which can lead to mold or rust. Our self-adhesive VANUE INSULATE insulating boards are ideal for this purpose.
In order for insulating materials to last in the long term, all surfaces must be freed from grease, dirt and adhesive residue before gluing. The cleaning should be done immediately before the gluing work, so that no new dirt accumulates.
Which products are suitable as RV cleaners?
In order to get the best hold, the VANUE CLEAN special cleaner is suitable for pre-cleaning surfaces to be glued.
The product is also suitable for cleaning brushes and other work materials.
If you notice rust spots when cleaning, you should treat them before you start insulating. This will help prevent the rust from spreading further and eating into the metal. Our VANUE PROTECT rust converter is ideal as an all-rounder.
Our product world was specially developed for motorhomes and has everything you need to make your dream of a self-built van come true. With our sets, expanding your camper is child's play. @@@@@
Expand your camper yourself - what do you need for this?
Insulation is one of the most important steps when converting a camper van. Good insulation slows down the heat exchange between the interior and exterior of the camper. 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.
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. 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.
Rubber has proven itself as a material for camper insulation because it neither absorbs nor lets moisture through and is very flexible. We rely on a self-adhesive variant that ensures a pleasant climate even under extreme conditions.
In order to support your project to the point, we have developed various sets especially for camper conversions, which contain all the relevant products:
VANUE INSULATE Insulating panels for cold and heat insulation
VANUE MUTE soundproofing panels, which ensure a relaxed rest
VANUE CLEAN special cleaner for the pre-cleaning of surfaces to be glued
VANUE FIX tape for butt edges and connections
a ceramic knife for the right shape
our series VANUE HOME
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