The key expected result the project is aiming to reach is the demonstration of the industrial feasibility and sustainability of an insulation panel that is not only efficient in terms of thermal and sound barrier capacity, but at the same time can be implemented in the built environment with good acceptance on the end users and at no negative impacts on the indoor air quality. To do so, the activities and the results achieved up to now are aligned with the expectations, and cover the main elements for the industrial feasibility, but the most relevant item to be performed, and which is at the center of the development for the second period is related to the perceived quality, the overall sustainability ad the real scale implementation of results.
The final expectation is a panel, nice and appealing for inhabitants, suitable to be installed in interiors, with a strong natural – renewables basis, and with good characteristics of inertness towards the atmosphere. As ideal project outcomes, thanks to the representation of the whole product value chain, the installation of such type of solutions, either in new construction or in refurbishment solution, can be favored. The role of the material scientists, the results of testing and model analytics, as well as the concrete support provided by architects is expected to build a strict relation and strong visibility of BRIMEE approach towards the construction world.
Impacts expected span from the value generated to the end users and construction companies, up to the innovation acceptance within a sector still led by traditional solutions, and the benefit for the end users in their daily quality of life.