Dynamic Insulation works by using the heat energy escaping from the building to pre-warm incoming air through the insulation layer, effectively turning the building envelope into a heat exchanger.
Proven to raise the temperature of incoming air by as much as 8°C, Dynamic Insulation delivers a 25% improvement in energy efficiency over traditional insulation products.
Dynamic Insulation products are designed for use in traditional new build and refurbishment construction as a maintenance-free, building-fabric solution that requires no change to familiar building methods or expensive additional ventilation systems or thermal technologies.
Dynamic Insulation uses the fabric of the building, with no need for costly additional heating or ventilation kit, to boost its insulation and energy performance.
Mike Jeffries, Editor, Timber and Sustainable Building
Dynamic Insulation products are available for different construction types and panel thicknesses
Dynamic Insulation products for traditional Masonry Construction are full fill and partial fill masonry cavity-wall insulation are designed for installation during construction.
Dynamic Insulation products for traditional Timber Frame Construction are designed to enable builders and designers to attain Code 3 and Code 4 standards of fabric performance using thin stud construction. The Dynamic Warmframe product range is designed for use in conventional timber construction with partial-fill cavity wall insulation.
Dynamic Insulation Solid Wall Insulation systems are designed for conventional domestic and commercial construction, particularly as a retrofit measure for "solid wall, hard-to-treat” buildings, coupling the ventilation system to the insulation to produce U-values of c.0.15W/m2.K using 100mm EPS insulation.
Dynamic Insulation for Commercial Buildings can transform the energy efficiency of Commercial Buildings and lead to much smarter carbon reductions. Dynamic Insulation is a simple building fabric solution that converts the building fabric into a heat exchanger and is capable of both retaining and dissipating heat and therefore has the potential to improve the energy efficiency of Commercial Building envelopes.