OrganoPor receives funding from the Agency for Renewable Resources
The OrganoPor research project started on August 1st, 2017. The aim of the project is the first realization of thermal insulation composite systems (ETICS) and impact sound insulation panels made of porous, self-supporting and flame-retardant hybrid materials based on renewable natural residues. OrganoPor materials are comparable to the latest generation of flame-retardant polystyrene foam hybrid sheets and panels – but they consist of porous beads made from natural and natural residues. The principle is based on the latest non-combustible polystyrene foam hybrid materials. Foam balls are embedded in a flame-retardant thermoset framework. This principle is transferred to renewable raw materials and adapted to the characteristics of the new biohybrid materials to be developed. Residual materials from the paper and wood industry in particular are used as porous natural substances. In addition, new resins are being developed, which also consist of renewable raw materials. More information Link .