Thermal Insulation

TROY proposes certified ELOT-based systems for the thermal insulation according to the required application, the construction weight and the economics of the project.

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Why do we use THERMAL INSULATION

30% to 70% Energy Saving for cooling & heating (air conditioning cost).

Referring to the geographic and climatic region of Egypt, where the increase in the temperature has dramatically altered the energy needs of buildings, especially during the summer season, the energy costs in the buildings through the shell’s thermal protection is very large.

 Thermal insulation of buildings is no longer a luxury but a necessary condition under Directive 2002/91 / EC of the European Parliament, the Council on the energy performance of buildings, as well as the international KYOTO agreement for a reducing CO2 emissions. Under these international agreements, the green-building specification will soon be applied to all the countries.

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Where to use Thermal Insulation

  • Roofs.
  • Terraces.
  • Floors.
  • Vertical walls.

Advantages of Thermal Insulation

Saving Energy.

Saving Energy.

Thermal Comfort, reducing the use of A/C

Thermal Comfort, reducing the use of A/C

Long-life.

Long-life.

Noise Reduction

Noise Reduction

Economic

Economic

Environment Friendly

Environment Friendly

Types of Thermal Insulation

Add-Ons

More features that can be added to the roof insulation:

  • Reflective insulation: a coating that reflects up-to 95% of solar radiation back into the atmosphere, further improving the thermal insulation properties during summer.
  • Extruded Polystyrene Panels: to further enhance the thermal insulation.

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