Thermal Breaks

Structural Thermal Breaks

Energy can pass through the construction elements (like walls, roofs, ceilings, and also corners, connections, and penetrations) in the building much more easily than throughout the rest of the building envelope, a phenomenon known as thermal bridging. Thermal bridging must be reduced as much as possible in order to eliminate cold areas that could lead to moisture damage. Preventing thermal bridges is one of the most efficient energy savings measures there is.

Partel’s products are developed especially for this purpose: Our innovative PET-based panel, this new sustainable alternative to conventional construction materials meets the highest technical and ecological standards for reducing thermal bridges. Owing to its versatility, being lighter, more compact and with a lower thermal conductivity, this product is designed to improve the energy efficiency of the building.