What are the Advantages of Thermal Insulated Precast Facade Cladding?

Choosing materials that provide insulation for your structures will save you energy expenses. Moreover, modern building technologies now make these processes much easier.

One of these, precast, offers insulation processes that are very different and much healthier than conventional insulation applications. Insulated precast facade panels not only preserve the heat in living spaces but also prevent cold and hot air from outside, block wind and rain. However, the advantage does not end there; it is also highly advantageous for the construction company.

What is Thermal Insulation?

In technical terms, thermal insulation can be described as the preservation of temperature gradients. In buildings, more heat transfers are observed in exterior walls, windows, doors, roofs, and floors. Thermal insulation is precisely aimed at preventing these temperature gradients and heat transfers.

It might be thought that only preventing hot air in summer months is crucial. However, the essence of thermal insulation is to maintain the temperature degree you provide in your interior spaces. It achieves this by preventing heat from escaping from inside to outside and likewise, preventing outside heat from entering the interior spaces.

Where are Thermal Insulation Applications Applied?

Insulation processes can be incorporated into a structure either during its initial construction or applied to the building later using cladding techniques. However, additional burden may be placed on the building in insulation processes applied later. Here, it can be said that the load is determinant. Insulation can be applied to the following areas in buildings:

  •         Exterior walls
  •         Roofs
  •         Garage
  •         Window sills
  •         Exterior doors
  •         Warehouse
  •         False ceilings
  •         Cantilevered floors
  •         Columns
  •         Beams

Thermal Insulation Feature and Advantages of Precast

The advantages provided by precast in thermal insulation applications can be distinguished from others.

  •         Firstly, thermal insulation is already integrated into the precast material. It is incorporated into the building during the initial construction, eliminating the need for additional burdensome applications.
  •         It blocks incoming hot airwaves during hot weather, saving on air conditioning costs.
  •         In cold weather, it prevents the heat generated by heaters and electric heaters inside the premises from escaping outside, as well as blocking incoming cold air.
  •         It provides insulation not only in terms of heat but also against wind and noise.
  •         Especially in communal areas like music and sports halls, it prevents the spread of noise outside, offering significant advantages.
  •         It can be easily plastered and painted on.

·         Being lightweight, it facilitates easy installation. Moreover, it is known for its high resistance to impact and vibration, making it suitable for earthquake-prone areas.

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