«Izolux Premium» stitched mat. Density: 120/100/80/70/60/50 kg/m3

«Izolux Premium» stitched mat. Density: 120/100/80/70/60/50 kg/m3


  • LENGTH, mm 2000 or 5000
  • WIDTH, mm 1000
  • THICKNESS, mm 50 or 100

General information

«Basalt Technology fulfills individual customers’ orders: if there is no mineral wool of required density in the catalogue, you can contact us and we will help you! ».

«Izolux Premium» stitched mats are reliable insulation material that withstands high temperatures.
Small channels and pores, which are uniformly distributed in the stitched mat fiber, make up to 95% of the total content and provide perfect insulation. Moreover, such mats are soft and flexible. These features enable the tightest wrapping of any surface, so there will be no heat loss. «Izolux Premium» stitched mats do not contain the synthetic binder. Thus, it is environmentally friendly thermal insulation material, which preserves its properties even at the temperature range between -180 °C and + 700 °C. Our company produces also stitched mats covered with double twist steel mesh or fiberglass. Flexible steel mesh makes the product rigid and creates a sturdy protective framework, which facilitates installation. We are always ready to fulfill your individual customer order.

Application guidelines (50/60/70/80/100/120 kg/m3):

Thermal insulation of equipment and pipelines
Thermal insulation of building structures in residential and industrial construction
Sound and thermal insulation of wooden ceilings in the attic in residential construction
Sound and thermal insulation of unloaded horizontal surfaces
Heat insulation material used between the beams of roof structures
Insulation in the bulkheads of metal pavilions
Thermal insulation of facade walls which are protected by exterior masonry or covered with other decorative materials

Safety instructions:

  • Protect exposed skin while working with the insulation material indoors, in the room without ventilation. Use disposable personal protective equipment (work in overalls)
  • Use protective glasses while working with the insulation material
  • Work in a ventilated room
  • The remains of material should be disposed according to the existing rules and regulations
  • Use a vacuum cleaner or disposable paper bags for waste during cleaning
  • Wash hands with water after installing the material