Foamit foam glass aggregates are ideally suited for applications in housebuilding in a wide variety of structures. Foamit as a bulk fill material is one of the lightest on the market. Benefits of this low density include the ease of compaction of the material and transport efficiency.

Foam glass’s cell structure gives the product uniquely low thermal conductivity (dry about 0.1 W / mK), making it an excellent insulator. Foamit’s easy compaction and angle of friction ensure a stable substructure on site. Foamit is non-combustible and has low capillarity, meaning it can be effective as a moisture- barrier.

Foamit is made up of 99% purified recycled glass. Thanks to the nature of the manufacturing process of Foamit foam glass, there is no organic matter contained in the finished products.

PRODUCT APPLICATION Bulk density
[+/- 15%]
Thermal conductivity
dry
λ
[W / mK]
Foamit 60
(0-60mm)
Parking and yard substructures, pipelines, drainage and frost insulation material. Commonly used as fill in road construction. 210 kg / m 3 0.1
Foamit 30
(20-30mm)
Sub-base esp. in limecrete floors, in basement and crawl spaces, foundation cuts and general thermal insulation. 210 kg / m 3 0.1
Foamit 20
(10-20mm)
In upper and intermediate floors as well as in roof structures. Fill material for graded and sloping floors. Pipe trench prep. work. Landscaped roofing, green roofs and roof terraces. 190 kg / m 3 0.1
Foamit 10
(3-10 mm)
More intricate structures as fill material and for graded sloping floors. Various garden applications (compost / soil aeration). Landscaped roofing, green roofs and roof terraces. 180 kg / m 3
Foamit 60 Light
(0-60 mm)
Backfill, retaining walls and pipelines – and drainage and general frost insulation material. 180 kg / m 3 0.1

Compaction factor is 10-25% of stored weight and compaction equipment, depending on the application, is required. For housebuilding construction a compacting plate (70-200kg) is recommended