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Of particular importance for thermal comfort is the surface temperature inside the external walls. A wall that is significantly colder than the room air temperature result in an uncomfortable feeling which makes you want to turn up the heating. If your walls are 15 degrees then you need to turn your heating up to 25 degrees to reach the comfort zone, if your walls are 19 degrees then 20 degrees is sufficient for your heating. The excellent thermal insulation properties of Poroton clay blocks result in higher room-side surface temperatures and therefore superior thermal comfort. If you don't want to live in a fridge send your plan to ... See MoreSee Less

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The “secret” of the thermal insulation of Porotherm© clay blocks is the air trapped in the many small pores. At the brick plant, the clay is prepared and sawdust is added. The clay is shaped, dried and fired at approximately 1000 °C. When the sawdust burns away it leaves countless tiny holes. These enclosed air pores provide thermal insulation. The porosity of the clay blocks and a carefully designed hole geometry intelligently reduce the flow of heat and thereby heat losses through exterior walls. The latest T7 block filled with mineral wool has a lambda value of 0.07 W/m2K giving the 365mm wall a 0.18 U-value! 🏡🌡️☀️No further insulation required! This amazing performance available from €139,-/sqm + 13.5% VAT ALL IN ‼️👉insulated clay blocks, insulated lintels, insulated U block for ring beam, ties, mortar, transport and LABOUR! To get exact quote send your plan to ... See MoreSee Less

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