Insulation Bonded With Nature
ECOSE® Technology is a revolutionary, new sustainable proprietary binder technology born from five years of intensive research and development. It is based on rapidly renewable bio-based materials rather than petroleum-based chemicals commonly used in traditional fiberglass insulation product binders.
ECOSE® Technology converts natural, rapidly renewable bio-based materials into an inert polymer for superior environmental sustainability. And it does not contain phenol, formaldehyde, acrylics or artificial colors.
By reducing the binder embodied energy up to 70% compared to our traditional fiberglass insulation binder, ECOSE® Technology reduces the total embodied energy of EcoBatt® Insulation by approximately 4%.
Although traditional Knauf products are very sustainable, products with ECOSE® Technology are even better. ECOSE® Technology replaced our traditional binder, making EcoBatt Insulation products even more sustainable. They deliver the same exceptional quality, handling characteristics and performance that Knauf products are known for, while creating a new industry benchmark for environmental responsibility and sustainability.
ECOSE® Technology is plant- and process-friendly, too. No changes to Knauf’s proven manufacturing process were required to convert operations to the new technology. Eliminating the nonrenewable petroleum-based chemicals found in our traditional insulation binders also reduces cost instability associated with those chemicals. And ECOSE® Technology eliminates phenol and formaldehyde from the manufacturing process, which in turn eliminates their industrial emissions.
See just what ECOSE® Technology has to offer you by calling us today for your FREE ESTIMATE.
Did You Know?
We have a division dedicated exclusively to Spray Foam Insulation.
Spray Foam Benefits:
Spray Foam Benefits:
- Energy Conservation
- Less Stress on Your Home Heating/Cooling System
- Lower Energy Bills
- Better Moisture Control
- Increased Resale Value for Your Home
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