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Styrodur Neo from BASF insulates up to 20 percent better

January 21/2011

(BASF) -- BASF is now introducing onto the market a new XPS (extruded polystyrene rigid foam, brand name Styrodur C) that has an around 20 % better lambda value than competitive products. BASF researchers made this major leap in insulation performance by integrating into the XPS finely-dispersed graphite particles which absorb the heat radiation and reflect it like a mirror.

BASF invented the technology in 1995 for its gray expandable polystyrene Neopor (EPS). That is the reason why the new XPS insulation panels are called Styrodur Neo and are available in gray.

Because of the higher insulation performance, which is achieved by the in-built infrared absorbers, the thickness of the panels can be reduced accordingly. Thus, Styrodur Neo is particularly suitable for the insulation of building interiors on walls, floors and ceilings but also for the insulation of thermal bridges and cavity walls.


Styrodur Neo from BASF insulates up to 20 percent better
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