Hemp and clay: the perfect duo
A very natural and in the production energy-saving floor structure is the hemp-light clay LLS 200 from the Uckermark. Like all the other dry fill materials mentioned here, it can be used for the following floor constructions: under cement screed, flowing screed, dry screed, laying boards, wooden flooring and floorboards.
- 100 % ecological
- Dry fill material
- Universally applicable
- No drying phase
- Easy to handle for everyone
- Absolutely safe against rodens
- resistant against mold, fungi and rotting
- Completely biodegradable
The elongated hemp fiber, supported by the adhesive effect of the clay, interlocks under the pressure during installation as well as the (floating!) laid floor construction and thus forms a stable, jointless insulation volume.
Expanded clay - a jack-of-all-trades
Clay millions of years old is processed into expanded clay in a sophisticated technical process: Ceramic beads with numerous enclosed air pores. This light, natural fill is used in many areas: Cavity fill, dry fill, soundproof fill, wet screed and bonded fill, as well as lightweight aggregate for healthy living construction, substrate for indoor and outdoor planting, filter medium for water filtration systems, and agricultural use.
Expanded clay combines low weight with high static strength and offers an optimal combination for thermal insulation, heat storage and sound absorption. It has a low vapor diffusion resistance value, is rot-proof, mold-resistant, frost-resistant, incombustible and rodent-proof, building biologically and chemically safe, and can be reused again and again without reprocessing.
In combination with clay powder, expanded clay becomes a bonded, stable foundation for floor constructions of all kinds. The binding of the clay leads to increased moisture transport and makes the insulation free-flowing.