Agricultural buildings

Recticel Insulation offers various insulation solutions for agricultural buildings according to the application and different characteristics.

Create a quality environment for your crops and animals

Recticel Insulation provides solutions to any questions and requirements farmers may have. Chickens and pigs feel better in a well-insulated building. Crops last longer in well insulated storage rooms and healthy animals or products improve a farmer’s profit margins.

When building or renovating an agricultural building, special attention needs to be given to the specific demands which are imposed to the insulation of depots, storage and sorting areas, dairy rooms, livestock accommodation areas and other spaces. Having a constant and controllable inside temperature in combination with optimal ventilation requires a lot of effort and resources.

Using Recticel Insulation solutions in agricultural buildings allows farmers to achieve maximum control of their indoor climate with limited resources and effort. In the storage and processing of arable, vegetable and plant products, it is crucial to prevent losses caused by disease and humidity. Also for livestock, it is important to avoid at any time diseases or even death caused by heat stress.

For this purpose, Recticel Insulation’s specially designed insulation boards for agricultural applications can be integrated easily in systems in which ventilation and other specific building requirements are important. Recticel provides different agri boards for the construction of agricultural buildings, giving the farmer and its livestock or crops a complete, reliable and user- friendly solution.

These agricultural solutions could fit for you

Lumix Insulation boards for better animal welfare


Insulation boards for better animal welfare

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