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01 March 2009

New website guides the way

Roermond – From 1 March 2009, insulation professionals can use the eagerly awaited new website of Rockwool Technical Insulation (RTI). The website features a new range of services, including a particularly user friendly navigation system. The radically revised and extended website offers an innovative RTI product guide, so users can locate the optimum insulation system for specific applications in just a few steps.


With its user-friendly interface, the new RTI product guide, which can be found at, forms a core element in the company’s new web presence. Insulation of industrial installations, fire resistant sealing of pipes and cables, insulation of ventilation pipes and supply pipes in technical equipment, fire and sound-proofed constructions developed especially for marine and offshore applications – the RTI product guide lists the project types and, in just a few clicks, directs you to the insulation solutions most suited to your requirements. Moreover, the RTI product guide is highly flexible thanks to its variable search function. Whether you search according to project type or application type, the product guide will offer the perfect solution - quickly and effortlessly.


The Download section of the site also offers a wealth of valuable assembly and planning tips, detailed documentation for the individual product and system groups, as well as all of the manufacturer’s publications, including the RTI Process Manual. Users can also order the “Rockassist” software online. This calculation programme enables users to calculate the optimum insulation thickness and the resulting CO2-reduction, for specific applications.


Optimal insulation is the key to energy saving and CO2 reduction

Frank Jacobs, RTI Managing Director, explains: “Plant operators and design engineers are increasingly recognising the importance of optimal insulation systems in technical installations. The key to energy saving and CO2 reduction lies in the efficient insulation of, for example, pipes, boilers and ventilation shafts in power plants, factories, office buildings and ships. Effective insulation not only prevents fire damage, injuries caused by hot plant components and excessive noise nuisance, it also significantly increases the efficiency of these installations. The requirements of insulation specialists and engineers were leading during the development of our new website. The result is a comprehensive information platform, which, thanks to its user-friendly interface, grants users access to a wealth of complex, technical information.”

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