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Example of HOMEMAT NEO installationHOMEMAT™ is thermal insulation material for housing made of rock wool. It is a long-selling product that has been manufactured and sold for nearly half a century since 1965. While it was unusual for homes to use insulation material when the product was initially released, awareness of energy-saving has increased over time. Homes with high thermal insulation performance have spread recently as a result of residential thermal insulation standardization measures promoted by the Japanese government under the Energy Saving Standard 1999, such as the FLAT35S housing loan program.
HOMEMAT NEO™ is a product that supports the latest energy-efficiency standards by improving moisture-proofing performance in addition to the high thermal insulation performance of HOMEMAT™.
Because using heat insulation material for housing made of rock wool, insulates against the heat of summer and preserves indoor heat from the cold of the winter, it contributes to a reduction in air-conditioning costs. In addition, rock wool materials supports top-grade building standards by diffusing very little formaldehyde, which is one of the substances causing the sick-house phenomenon. Rock wool materials is also highly fire resistant, providing reassurance in the event of a fire.
Going forward, we expect demand for heat insulation material for housing to increase, accompanying the propagation of the Energy Saving Standard 1999, and we have increased production of HOMEMAT™ and HOMEMAT NEO™ with the establishment of a new manufacturing line in Kimitsu, Chiba in 2013.
We will provide comfortable living environments to a large number of people through heat insulation materials made of rock wool heat insulation materials that not only provide high thermal insulation performance, but also high performance in terms of fire resistance, soundproofing, and water resistance.

*Rock wool is an artificial mineral fiber with high thermal resistance composed of ore and blast furnace slag that have been made into fibers through smelting at high temperatures and centrifugal force.


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