Injecting microbeads into the cavity of walls ranging from 3 to 40 cm thick is a high-performance insulation technique. These polystyrene microbeads with superior insulating properties, combined with a binder, form a rigid agglomerate and set to become a high-performance insulator.
This insulation technique requires no demolition. This is the advantage of using microbead injection insulation Inject-Styrene. This technique stands out for its simplicity, originality, energy efficiency and technical features.
Learn more about this insulation technique and its product on the website of North America’s exclusive manufacturer-distributor Inject-Styrene.
Ecological and eco-responsible
Polystyrene is composed of 98% air and only 2% matter. A material that deteriorates very little, its lifespan is estimated at over 80 years.
Polystyrene effectively bypasses everything in the wall, as it is pushed by a powerful jet of air through small 25mm-diameter holes.
Microbead injection is a highly effective technology.
Injection-molded microbead insulation forms a perfect mold, even in 3-mm gaps.
No other product can so effectively inject insulation into spaces of less than 4 inches (or 10 centimetres).
- No demolition, no
- No demobilization of occupants
- Revitalizing the energy efficiency of existing buildings
- High thermal value
- Energy savings and profitability
- Return on investment
in the short and medium term
NO LOSS OF INSULATION
To carry out insulation without demolition, you need the right tools and equipment. We can supply accredited members and carry out insulation work too.
Discover the equipment and tools we use to insulate your building.
Our insulating products, made from polystyrene microbeads, are injected with a water-based acrylic binder into a specially created space.
Injection molding equipment for Inject-Styrene technology.
IN THE NETWORK
The Inject-Styrene network of accredited insulation contractorsThe Inject-Styrene network is a group of companies trained and accredited to offer quality service in line with today’s environmental standards.
You can also visit the Inject-Styrene network website to find out for yourself all the important information available to you.