thermo roof
thermo roof
thermo roof
thermo roof
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Thermo Roof System

The Thermoroof consists of two plastic coated membranes, which are placed under atmospheric pressure, forming “air-cushions”. After the twin layer sheets are pulled in the Keder-grooves of the structure, they are blown-up with a specially designed air pressure unit. To blow up the membranes requires a minimum of energy (max. 0,2 mb = 2 hp/A (hectopascal).

The air-supply system – using flexible pipes – supplies the air to the individual roof sheets. The air pressure unit maintains a constant level of air pressure in the cushions. The system provides excellent insulation and a very pleasant climate inside the building. Using translucent panels ensures an optimum lighting during daylight.

Compared with conventional single layer covers, the Thermoroof does not flap at all, avoids condensation, minimises the noise of raindrops, creates a very quiet atmosphere inside and provides a longer lifetime.

The K-value of the Thermoroof is 1,6 W/(m•/K). Sound-reduction is approx. 18dB.