Sustainable Building Materials

Save Space and Improve Energy Efficiency with Spaceloft® Flexible Aerogel Blanket Insulation

From modern high rises to historic brownstones, using sustainable building materials to improve energy efficiency has become a top priority. When it comes to insulation for building and construction projects, there are three main technical challenges to overcome:

  • Lack of space to accommodate insulation
  • Dynamic building physics
  • Historical preservation

Thick conventional insulation is often used when improving the energy efficiency of a structure. While it is an affordable solution, valuable space must be surrendered. However, this could potentially impact the architectural integrity, lessen living standards for the tenant and/or reduce investment income for the owner.

For more than a decade, architects and engineers have utilized Spaceloft® aerogel insulation to solve their toughest insulation challenges. Spaceloft is a top choice to address heat loss in space-challenged environments because it has the lowest thermal conductivity of any commercial thermal insulation available today.


  • Energy Efficiency

    Spaceloft’s industry-leading thermal performance helps buildings maintain desired temperatures, lowering overall energy expenditure.

  • Versatile

    Flexible, thin profile supports wide range of applications on new and old construction alike.

  • Health and Well-being

    Spaceloft is a hydrophobic material, eliminating concerns about wet insulation and subsequent mold growth.

  • Spaceloft 10mm arrives on the building site, ready to fit.

  • Spaceloft is installed on this church roof in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

  • The flexibility of Spaceloft means it can easily fit to different shapes. Here, Spaceloft is mechanically fixed

  • Spaceloft IWI panel mechanically fixed with pins.

  • A finished basement using 30mm of Spaceloft.

  • Cutting 20mm of Spaceloft Grey IWI panel.

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