Certificates / Test Reports
Declaration of performance (DOP)
PAVATEX vapour permeable roof renovation system in St. Gallen (CH)
Particularly energy-efficient insulation coupled with effective protection against cold, heat, noise and fire hazards – these were the requirements specified for the roof renovation of an historic residential and commercial building in the center of St. Gallen. The PAVATEX vapour permeable roof renovation system proved more than capable of rising to the challenge.
Detached family house in Bad Dürrnberg/Hallein (A)
In the Austrian town of Bad Dürrnberg, Hallein, architect Walter Scheicher has modernised his parents’ 48-year-old home, providing the solid-built house with a wooden facade and insulating the existing building fabric in energy-efficient fashion. In doing so, he placed his trust in the ideal properties of PAVATEX wood fibre insulating materials.
Insulation with PAVATEX system solutions (D)
In a project to renovate an over 500-year-old building in Landshut, internal thermal insulation of the listed facade and acoustic insulation of the intermediate ceilings were among the main challenges to be faced. The solution came in the form of PAVATEX wood fibre insulating boards which blend in perfectly with the historical fabric of the building and thus satisfy all the physical requirements to the letter. As a result, the newly renovated building now meets the stringent KfW 60 energy standard applicable to new builds in Germany.
Aschach castle mill (Germany)
Aschach castle is in the Saaletal near Bad Bocklet, around eight kilometres from Bad Kissingen. The original medieval castle was built in the 12th century, but this was destroyed in the Peasants' War and subsequently rebuilt by the Prince Bishops of Würzburg. As of 1874, the castle was the seat of the Counts of Luxburg, and in 1955 it was gifted to the district of Lower Franconia.