If you search online for insulation options for your camper, you will quickly come across Armaflex. You can buy the brand product in different variants for insulating your camper. As probably the best-selling insulation material for motorhome conversions, Armaflex offers numerous advantages over other materials such as mineral wool.
You have decided to upgrade (your) campervan in order to be able to go on holiday flexibly and everywhere? Congratulations! But for many of those who extend their camper van themselves, the fun curve collapses in the search for the right insulation materials. There are heated discussions in forums about the "best" rubber panels, sometimes causing great confusion. Yet the insulation topic doesn't have to be so complicated. In this article, we briefly present all the rubber sheets that are suitable for insulating car bodies and are available in our online shop. Further down in the article you will also find a table with all the data - short and sweet.
Up to 30 % of heat is lost without insulation. Insulation between the rafters, under the rafters or on top of the rafters makes sense in any case to save heating costs and to heat in an energy-efficient way. The Energy Saving Ordinance 2014 (EnEV 14) also stipulates by law that even unused attics of the top floor ceiling must be insulated. EnEV 14 specifies a heat transfer coefficient (U-value) of a maximum of 0.24 W/(m2K), which describes the heat loss of a building component. The lower this U-value, the better the thermal insulation.
What is the best way to insulate a camper van? Especially in Corona times, the topic of home holidays is booming. Are you also looking for the ideal insulation for your campervan? We show you with this step-by-step guide how to insulate your "dream on wheels" in the best possible way with Armaflex.