Comprised of fiber composite connectors and pre-fabricated rigid insulation and serviced by industry experts, Thermomass insulation systems install easily and are fully tested. Facilities insulated with Thermomass products are quiet, safe and almost maintenance free. They are also hurricane, tornado and fire resistant. Heating and cooling costs are also greatly reduced since over 99% of the insulation value is maintained.
Learn more about our complete line of concrete insulation systems below:
Thermomass System NC creates a non-composite insulated concrete sandwich wall where one layer of concrete is the structural element and the other is an architectural wythe. This system is ideal for any kind of structure; from homes to high-rises.
Thermomass System SC is a patented insulation system designed to create a structurally-composite concrete sandwich wall. Since both layers of concrete act in unison, the walls are typically thinner and lighter. This is ideal for ambient temperature warehouses.
Modular precast construction allows designers and contractors to build a facility room by room with quality controlled concrete units. Units are outfitted with windows, doors, plumbing and HVAC systems before being erected. This quick method of construction is ideal for correctional facilities and dormitories.
System CIP is designed for cast-in-place concrete walls. It is unique in that it allows a concrete contractor to integrate a layer of insulation into a vertically cast concrete wall using their traditional forming equipment and construction practices. This is great for foundations, stem-walls, and custom homes.
Designed to meet Canada's unique rain-screen requirement for occupied spaces, System RS is a great choice for a number of building types. Whether it be apartment buildings or correctional facilities, the unique air chamber and drainage design is perfect for many hygro-thermal climate zones.
System DW was developed for the European double-wall market. With its light-weight design, it is a popular choice for residential and commercial structures. In North America, it is growing in popularity due to the need to create economical and efficient structures.