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Performance, Quality and Sustainability

sustainable thermal insulation

Environmental sustainability of construction

We are a company engaged in the production of innovative thermal insulation panels made of environmentally sustainable materials. Our mission is to contribute to the reduction of energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions in the building sector. Our rice fibre panels offer an excellent solution for the thermal insulation of new buildings or those undergoing renovation.

On the European side, overall, buildings are responsible for
Energy consumption
Greenhouse gas emissions.
Thermo-insulating PANEL


Our thermal insulation panels are manufactured using patented technology and recyclable materials. The combination of rice straw and thermo-fusible fibres creates a self-supporting material with high thermal insulation properties.

The challenge of Europe

European Green Deal

Today, about 75% of the EU building stock is energy inefficient. This means that much of the energy used is wasted. This energy waste can be minimised by looking for energy-efficient materials when building new homes. Renovating existing buildings could also reduce the EU's total energy consumption by about 5-6% and carbon dioxide emissions by about 5%.

Improving the energy efficiency of buildings is therefore fundamental to achieving the ambitious goal of carbon neutrality by 2050, as defined in the European Green Deal.

Green tech industry panel


Thermo-insulating panel made of rice straw and thermofusible fibres, suitable for external thermal insulation and cavity wall applications for new construction or renovation.

research & development

Airlay technology

Airlay technology revolutionises the production of thermal and acoustic insulation panels by means of an innovative aerodynamic fibre formation system. This method replaces traditional mechanical processes, ensuring the creation of uniform fibre mattresses longitudinally and over the entire working height of the machine. Thanks to controlled process pressures, the panels are ready for needling and/or heat setting.

  • Lends itself well to the processing of recycled materials or in any case in discontinuous solid form
  • Ensures excellent reproducible product performance characteristics
One more reason to choose our panel

Green House Directive

With the green home measure, the European Union aims to reduce harmful emissions by 55% by 2030 compared to 1990 levels and achieve zero emissions by 2050

The text stipulates that all new buildings will have to be zero-emission by 2028, while existing buildings will have to achieve energy class E by 1 January 2030 and D by 2033. 

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