BEMO roof systems are designed individually to meet the needs of the building.
In conjunction with the right insulation, BEMO façade systems can achieve thermal transmission values of <0.12 W/m²K.
Substructure materials are an important factor in thermal insulation performance. They should have a very low thermal transmission value. Frequently used materials such as aluminium with min. 160 W/(m²K) and steel with 50 W/(m²K) have very high thermal transmission values and should be kept to the absolute minimum. We use a substructure with very low thermal transmission value in order to achieve the best results. Our facade substructure with a thermal transmission value of 0.35 W/(m²K) create practically no heat bridges. This has minimal impact on the function of the insulation layer and improves thermal insulation performance by up to 75%.
For very high thermal insulation requirements, we recommend back-ventilated curtain façades (VHF) with the largest possible percentage of soft insulation using non-thermally conductive BEMO facade substructures.
A back-ventilated curtain façade offers the perfect solution to moisture protection. The back-ventilated layer leads off moisture, which can diffuse through the assembly by diffusion, safely and permanently.
We will be happy to carry out all calculations and verifications for moisture and thermal insulation, especially for “climate-critical” buildings.