ISOLATION & INSULATION

ISOLATION & INSULATION

WHY THERMAL INSULATION?

Thermal insulation creates a more comfortable and economical atmosphere by providing energy saving in a warmer and temperate or cooler environment depending on  seasonal values ​​in indoor spaces.

Exterior thermal insulations can prevent many problems that may occur in the interior walls of the buildings over time, as well as providing a longer-lasting and new-looking structure thanks to the complete protection of your building's exterior walls from weather conditions and other effects.

Depending on seasonal weather conditions ,in summer it prevents the effects of the cooled air in the indoor environment and the heated atmosphere in the indoor environment for a longer period of time with the opposite effect in the winter, thus it protects  the heat inside and provides saving.

Even the energy saving which is emerging thanks to this covers the cost of exterior thermal insulation within a few years and it also reflects the comfort it creates to our lives. The most efficient and effective application of thermal insulation is provided by applying it to all areas where heat leakage and bridge may occur. It should not only be applied to the exterior as usual. Thermal insulation should be applied to every surface that comes into contact with the external environment from the foundation of your buildings to the roofs. In the basement floors, the walls that are in contact with the soil need a thermal insulation from the outside to the basement walls to prevent condensation water. with siding / natural stone coating / quality jacketing on the entire exterior facade, as well as water and heat insulation to the roofs and terraces as a thermal insulation to be applied under the foundation and as a complementary element, it will both extend the life of the building and prevent damage and additional costs that may occur over the years. Moisture related to condensation inside the building is also prevented by thermal insulation. Legally ,new regulations are also in line with the thermal insulation of buildings.

If the jacketing is also done with fire resistant products, it also prevents or slows down the flame in a very effective way in case of fire in the building. Thermal insulation is used not only in buildings, but also in the furnaces, coolers and power plants, where the heated air flows from high temperature to cold. When it is done in combination with a quality product and application that is suitable for the purpose, it prevents the heat loss to the environment.

WHY SOUND INSULATION?

Today, with technology, the excessive increase in noise has also increased the need for sound insulation and has made it inevitable in some cases. Sound insulation is a type of insulation made in buildings to minimize the negative effects of noise, in order to minimize the harm of noise, which has negative effects on human health.

Noise is an energy occurring as a result of the vibration that substances create. Noise is one of the most important factors that negatively affect human health and efficient work environments. Sound insulation isolates the environment from unwanted sounds and aims to minimize the harmful effects of these sounds called noise. The sound formed in the structures is caused by air or impact-induced. Air-born noise such as loud music, speech is created by the result of sound waves vibrating in the atmosphere. Impact-induced noise occurs when objects hit each other. Thanks to different mounting applications, these two types of noise can be prevented or minimized by sound insulation.

SOUND INSULATION TYPES

-Home studio,recording studio,TV and radio studios

-Adjacent walls in buildings

-Between two panels in building

-Exterior

-Machine rooms, generator rooms, elevator rooms, booster room, boiler room

-Presentation room, cinema room,home theatre

-Meeting room,conference room

WHY WATER INSULATION?

In order for the structures to remain comfortable and durable in the long term; Application to prevent water from inside, outside, foundation and roofs is called “waterproofing”. Buildings are exposed to water due to rain, snow, dew, hail, underground water, indoor water use (water leakages in wet floors such as kitchens, bathrooms, toilets), pressurized or non-pressurized groundwater on the ground where the building is located. Water is one of the most important dangers that threaten the durability and lifetime of all kinds of structures. The water leaking from the environment to the buildings causes the reinforcement in the body and carrier parts of the buildings to corrode its elements, causing the load carrying capacity to decrease. It causes deterioration in the main carriers of the buildings, causing cracks and breaks in buildings in the slightest ground motion and earthquake. In addition to this, water intake of the buildings leads to the formation of harmful mold, fungus, blackening, blooming and other organic materials and threatens the structure and human health.

 

WHY SHOULD THE WATER INSULATION BE DONE?

Water insulation protects buildings

The damage caused by water in buildings is one of the most important dangers in terms of life and property safety, especially in regions where earthquake threat is present. Water leaking into the reinforcement by any means causes freezing and warming or chemical reactions, causing corrosion (abrasion) in the building reinforcement. With the abrasion of the reinforcement, its strength will weaken and it will affect the life of the building negatively.

Water insulation provides comfort

Water is an essential element for our buildings. Moisture of the soil and pressurized water cause to create organisms such as mold in the indoor environment,blacks stain and fungus by passing through pores of concrete and constructional component.This disrupts our comforts and creates additional costs by causing the materials such as wood on the inner surface to rot,plasters to swell and cast, reinforcement on columns and curtain walls to rust.Moisture and mold caused by moisture leads to effluvia in buildings. Preventing moisture thanks to waterproofing will prevent such bad odors. Waterproofing will not harm the durability of the structures by preventing water from weakening the structure of the buildings, and at the same time, it will prevent the creation of organisms such as bacteria,mold etc.

Waterproofing Contributes to the Economy

Today, the expected life of a building is about 60 years. Unless insulation is made, the negative effects of water will decrease the lifetime of the building. This is a significant loss for the country and private owners.Thanks to waterproofing ,this loss can be prevented and it helps our country  to use its limited natural resources economically. Statistically corrosion in  60%,lack of material in 38%,no concrete irrigation during construction in 15%,wear and tear,in 10%,Project defect in 2 % have been detected in damaged buildings examined after earthquakes. The cost of waterproofing during the construction phase is about 3% of the building cost. The robustness of the buildings is the most important factor to be considered conscientiously. For effective waterproofing, the insulation application must cover all building elements from the foundation to the roof of the building

Waterproofing is applied to

-Walls surfaces mating with soil, outer walls below the level where water can accumulate outside the structure or flood balconies, terrace and pitched roofs

-Wet areas such as bathrooms, sinks, kitchens and bathrooms

-Water tanks, artificial ponds and ponds that we want to remain in the water

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