To ease your work
At ROCKWOOL, we strive to help you build the best possible buildings and homes—both new
builds and refurbishments.
To help you in the best possible way, we offer a range of tools for both professionals and homeowners ranging from software for calculating energy and heat loss to a materials calculator and much more.
Withstand temperatures above 1000°C.
ROCKWOOL is non-combustible and has a melting point of over 1000℃. In an event of a fire, ROCKWOOL insulation can reduce spread of flames and provide precious time to save your family and your home.Read more
Save energy by maintaining optimum indoor temperature and climate.
Temperature maintenance can dramatically reduce heating, cooling, and ventilation costs, and reduce a building’s carbon footprint.Read more
Block, absorb or enhance sounds.
From railways to tramways, roads to airports, good infrastructure is crucial to urban life, which can be very noisy. The resulting ground-borne vibration, traffic noise – and not to mention human noise pollution – all have a serious and negative impact on our well-being, especially in densely populated areas.Read more
Increased performance and greater stability with lower costs.
ROCKWOOL’s dimensional stability means its performance remains unchanged, decade after decade, ensuring maintenance savings throughout a building’s long life span.Read more
Manage our most precious resource.
Stone wool can be engineered to absorb or repel water as needed, as well as recirculate it in a greenhouse, solving a range of water management problems.Read more
Reusable and recyclable materials.
Rock is one of the most abundant raw materials on the planet, but we still need to make better use of our planet’s resources. We have developed our technology in a way that allows us to use waste from other industries as alternative raw material.Read more
Match performance with aesthetics.
We have harnessed the natural beauty and adaptability of stone to make it easy to design and customise in an almost unlimited range of colours, shapes, and forms.Read more