Thermal insulation under the rafters

Where an above-rafter insulation is not possible is, you can use an under-rafter insulation for the roof’s energy optimisation. Using an efficient PU insulation system such as Linitherm PAL GK will reduce the living space only marginally. Between-rafter insulation and internal planking can remain in the existing building while the easily converted insulating elements enable quick and cost-efficient installation.

Property: Nursery in Augsburg, Germany
Construction project: Restoration

Product used:
Below-rafter insulation LINITHERM PAL GKL 69,5 mm
Easy and quick installation and restoration

The conservation status of historic buildings often stipulates maintaining the facade, eliminating the possibility of an exterior wall insulation. The facade of many houses is still intact, so an exterior wall insulation is not an economical solution. In such cases, Linzmeier’ LINITHERM PAL SIL internal wall insulation offers the optimum solution. The product is also suitable for renovating only individual rooms or areas.

Property: Nursery in Zwickau, Germany
Construction project: Restoration

Product used:
Insulation for inside walls LINITHERM PAL SIL 66 mm
Optimum roofing

As an above-rafter insulation, LINITHERM PAL HW insulating elements not only have the benefit that they create a homogenous insulation layer without thermal bridges reliably protecting the construction below from moisture; they can also be installed time-and cost-effectively and used as a full-faced subconstruction for the metal roofing to be mechanically connected to the face sheet at any point. Thanks to the low gross density of rigid PU foam (33kg/m³), the LINITHERM PAL HW insulation boards in Laichingen, Germany, were placed on the roof quickly and with little effort.

Property: Nursery in Laichingen, Germany
Construction project: New building
Architect: ott architekten

Product used:
Over-rafter insulation LINITHERM PAL OSB 182 mm
A lot of safety for your flat roof

For the extensively grassed flat roof of the nursery in Marktoberdorf, Germany, architect Jochen Schurr chose a bitumen sealing system to achieve an extremely high level of resilience and damage resistance. The prerequisite was an insulation material capable of withstanding the high temperatures of liquid bitumen without damage.

Property: Nursery in Marktoberdorf, Germany
Construction project: New building
Architect: müllerschurr.architekten gbr

Product used:
Flat roof insulation LINITHERM PGV 240 mm
LINIT vacuum panels in the Danish Kolding campus

Befitting the high architectural standard of the building, panels of the type LINIT GLQAL were used in Kolding. The outer glass face sheet was complemented by a vacuum insulation and an inner face sheet from 2.0mm aluminium sheets. Only this high-quality vacuum insulation made it possible to match the thickness of the panels to the thickness of the glass facade above.

Property: Campus Kolding, Denmark
Construction project: New building

Product used:

Safe. Colourful. Thermally insulated.

The requirements on the building shell are becoming more and more complex. What customers demand are solutions with an eye on economy, sustainability and the environment, plus more creative freedom and statutory standards and provisions. LINIT compound elements enable a customised facade design as well as space-saving and highly efficient thermal insulation.

Property: Lënster Lycée téchnique Junglinster, Luxembourg
Construction project: New building
Architect: G+P Muller Architectes

Construction project Restoration Product used:
LINIT composite panels with glass facings

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