Increased focus has been placed in recent times on the cost of construction and the impact on the environment, and sustainability of products. Masterwall systems measure up in more than one way in this regard. Lightweight products are cheaper to transport and quicker to install, hence saving on carbon fuelled transport all the way.
EPS brings considerable energy and resource-saving benefits making it a smart and sustainable choice for building and construction applications.
The manufacture of EPS uses less than 0.1% of global crude oil as a feedstock however it can deliver up to 200 times its own resource in thermal energy savings.
The following characteristics of EPS enable it to minimise both environmental impacts and costs:
EPS packaging achieves significant transport savings compared to other packaging materials due to its light weight resulting in lower fuel consumption. Its exceptional cushioning and thermal properties result in lower damage rates and maintain a secure cold chain for temperature sensitive products.
EPS is one of the lightest of all construction materials allowing ease of handling and faster construction times. Its outstanding thermal insulation properties and durability ensure performance throughout the full lifetime of the building / construction application in which it is used.
EPS is recyclable at many stages throughout its life cycle.
Both panels used in the Masterwall systems are made from byproducts of the oil industry and lock them into high performance insulation foams, the resulting energy savings from the highly-insulated home completely reduce its carbon footprint over time. These carbon benefits are not just for a short period of time, but the life of the building. Building with Masterwall is not only smarter but a lot greener as well.