How cellulose wool is produced?

///How cellulose wool is produced?

ThermoMC cellulose wool is made of waste newspapers that are subject to selection. At the second stage of production, newspapers are delivered to a mill, where paper is shredded into single fibres. At the entrance to the mill magnets catch all steel impurities from paper.

At the next stage, shredded waste newspapers are transferred to a buffer container. During a transfer between a mill and a container, product is impregnated with natural retardants, such as borum salt and aluminium hydroxide. Thanks to this, our product becomes inflammable, scares off vermin, and fights against mould and fungi. Cellulose is dedusted in the buffer container for the first time.

At the third stage of production, cellulose wool is transported by means of a special feeder to ProPack-2 packing machine, that was constructed by us and contributes to more effective packing –in terms of time and appearance, and facilities transportation and shredding in blowing machines. In ProPack-2 packing machine, cellulose wool is dedusted for the second time to ensure maximum reduction of dust.

As final result of the production process, a cellulose wool bag in form of a cuboid is received. This form of packing is aimed to help all entities installing thermal insulation, because the goods are pressed in a way ensuring its easiest airing by a machine.

Cellulose material is produced in a bulk form, not in mats, because in bulk form it may reach every place reached by air. Any hardly accessible place are not  a problem for our cellulose. Insulation material in form of cellulose wool may be used for thermal insulation of walls, thermal insulation of attics, insulation of basements or thermal insulation of roofs.