Born in the 1930s, Aerogel has transcended time, shifting from limited commercial use due to production costs to becoming a front-runner in insulation materials. With its ethereal appearance and composition of nearly 99.98% air, aerogel presents an innovative way to combat energy consumption.
From its unmatched thermal insulation properties to its innate water repellency, aerogel stands tall among traditional insulators. Its fire resistance ensures safety, while its environmental footprint remains minimal, marking a sustainable choice.
Whether it’s the flexible aerogel blankets fitting snugly between wall studs or aerogel panels that double as vapor barriers, aerogel’s versatility caters to varied insulation needs. Its adaptability even extends to retrofitting older constructions using aerogel beads.