The Cellulose-flake insulation is an insulation made of cellulose-flakes.

In this context cellulose is a complex carbohydrate that is the main constituent of plant cell walls, and is used in the manufacture of paper, rope, textiles, (eg cotton and linen) and plastics (e.g. Cellophane).

 

Flake is a small flat particle which has broken away or is breaking away from a larger object.

And the Insulation is a material that reduces or prevents the transmission of heat, sound or electricity

Ref: 84604/2006-08-20


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