Mechanically resistant to various leaks and floods

2 to 4 times more compressive strength than the fibrous materials


Safe for the environment, 100% recyclable

Why Terrasit EPS panels?

A pleasant living space

Our panels are made under the latest requirements and under constant laboratory supervision, to create comfortable living space while maintaining a healthy environment.
Proper use of thermal insulation will reduce the emission of harmful substances into the atmosphere and save energy up to 50%.

Easy installation

Before installing, the thermal insulation needs timely and professional approach, which can significantly affect the quality and durability.

Environmentally friendly panels

Insulation material starts to be useful for the environment the moment it starts giving back, for example, when the amount of CO2 emitted for the production of materials is compensated by the amount that is not emitted into the atmosphere by using thermal insulation.

With TERRASIT panels this period is reduced to only 6 months, which actively contributes to environmental sustainability and measurable economic savings.

EPS and EPP are 100% recyclable and support the circular economy.

EPS – Expanded polystyrene
Styrofoam is an outstanding insulator

We can’t imagine modern buildings without expanded polystyrene (EPS). Almost 90% of all buildings are covered with expanded polystyrene (EPS). Due to outstanding properties, it is irreplaceable in almost all structural assemblies. We use it for heat and sound insulation of walls, roofs, floors, and other structural assemblies for all types of buildings.

How do the Styrofoam-covered walls “breathe”?

With the term breathing wall, the creators of commercials vividly describe the diffusion or penetration of water vapor through the walls. Most problems with the moisture in unwanted areas are due to the installation of new windows with effective sealing, which greatly reduces air exchange.

Fire, so what?

Expanded polystyrene is recognized as a self-extinguishing material, when under fire, although melting, must not allow the fire to spread. Buildings insulated with expanded polystyrene, which are covered with reinforced plaster and finish, provide class E reaction to fire. EPS panels are under EN 13501-1 in class E reaction to fire, or class B1 according to DIN 4102 (self-extinguishing materials).

EPS in kindergartens, gas stations …

Styrofoam is suitable for buildings for various purposes to a height of 22 meters. Apartment blocks, hospitals, schools, kindergartens, and even gas stations are all insulated by EPS (expanded polystyrene).

EPS panels are water-resistant!

Styrofoam has many advantages over other insulation sensitive to water. Styrofoam is resistant to floods, various water leaks, leaking roofs, and firefighting interventions. Styrofoam panels absorb less than 5% of water when completely soaked. Panels simply dry out afterward, and they still perform its superb insulating function. The allowed water absorption of styrofoam panels is four times greater than fibrous insulation, where due to condensation in unwanted areas, there can be permanent damage! Other insulations sensitive to water, and excessive moisture can often cause costly replacements if damaged.