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Hall insulation


The halls are delivered together with effective insulation versions, tailored to your specific needs, such as:

  • Thermal resistance R*m2 K/W+
  • Fire endurance
  • Insulation closing (architectural part of the interior)

The most important insulation factor is to choose the right type and composition of the insulation. It does not only concern arch halls and steel constructions, but all buildings in general.

We use two insulation types for our systems:

  • Mineral insulation
  • PUR insulation
Recommended insulation thickness: Mineral insulation from100 to 250mm
PUR izolation from 50 to 200mm

Mineral insulation must fulfill essential parameters, such as maintaining its shape and volume during a building’s lifespan, even during temperature changes, and maintain hydrophobicity in the whole cross-section as well. We use upper class insulating materials to insulate our halls, which fulfill the necessary parameters, for instance MPN-KNAUF INSULATION.

Mineral isolation is always laid down in two layers; meaning that to achieve 100mm width, it will be composed of 2 x 50mm wide insulating layers. Insulation joints are laid down this way, thus creating a complex unit without heat bridges and heat loss. There is a 50-100mm blank space left between the cover of the hall and the insulation, which allows the air, sucked by ventilation turbine openings in the lower part of the hall, to circulate, preventing condensation between the insulation and the cover of the hall

The ventilation turbine uses an ecological, natural energy source – the wind, as well as thermodynamic lift and, under certain circumstances, rising warm air.

Polyurethane insulation has recently come into the limelight, as far as insulating materials are concerned. In 2015 our company engaged in a project – a design and execution of energetic assessment of buildings under the name PUR SPAN. We have designed and continue to realize arch halls constructions, including the PUR insulation. The insulation is installed mechanically right on the cover of the hall from the interior.


Any materials that suit the customer’s needs or creative purposes can be used to close the insulation.

The assembly of the cover is performed by a dry process

Most frequently used materials:

  • Architectural sheet metal
  • PVC paneling
  • PVC cladding
  • Lamellae and cassettes
  • Acoustic cassettes
  • SDK system

PUR insulation works, delivered also individually.