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Neopor® 관련 뉴스

글로벌 BASF Neopor® 및 Styropor® 뉴스를 통해 혁신적인 개발 제품에 관한 최신 뉴스를 읽어보세요.

02/19/19

EPS, 건설부문의 에너지 전환에 기여

BASF는 최근 Levallois-Perret에있는 BASF France에서 만남을 위해 정치인과 건설 부문 대표를 초청했습니다. 목표는 발포폴리스티렌 (EPS)을 기반으로 한 에너지 전환에 대해 함께 토론하는 것이었습니다. BASF는 건축의 에너지 효율 문제를 해결하기 위해 흑연이 포함된 단열재료인 Neopor®를 비롯한 다양한 지속가능한 솔루션을 제공합니다.
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Buildings account for 25 % of CO2 emissions and 40 % of energy consumption. However, simple thermal insulation measures can already generate energy savings of 50 %. Exterior insulation using EPS is therefore important for the energy transition in the construction sector. The French government plans to renovate 500,000 flats annually, thus reducing energy consumption by 60 %, by 2050. To achieve this goal, coordination between government and industry is essential. That is why BASF invited the entire value chain – from EPS manufacturers to building contractors – to discuss with politicians the challenges associated with exterior insulation with EPS. President of BASF France, Thierry Herning, explained: “BASF is an important player in the construction industry worldwide and especially in France. Our broad portfolio of solutions for construction, renovation, and thermal insulation is based on a global concept aimed at simplifying work on the building site and improving the quality of life of our fellow citizens.”

In addition to a general exchange of experiences, BASF presented the progress of its research as well as its solutions in the field of energy-efficient renovation, where the insulation material Neopor® also plays a part.

The grey Neopor® is an advanced version of the classic white insulation material Styropor®. By adding graphite, which gives the material its grey colour, the insulation performance of the boards is increased by up to 20 %. The use of raw material drops by up to 40% compared with the white material. This enables the processor to produce insulation boards with a lower mass but better insulation performance. The finished insulation products made of Neopor® can be used in a range of applications, particularly for insulating exterior and interior walls and flat roofs.

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