MONIFLEX was developed and first patented in the 1930s and has been in constant use for over 60 years. For more than those 60 years, it has been used by the Scandinavian vehicle industry as insulation in passenger rail vehicles. Over the years it has been refined and improved upon, particularly in the area of fire resistance. MONIFLEX is made from the same, natural raw material as paper - cellulose. In view of present concerns about the environment and the use of natural resources, MONIFLEX has re-emerged as the obvious choice in insulation materials.
• Light weight and rigid
• Impervious to humidity and moulding
• Fundamentally biodegradble
• Easy and economical to cut and handle
• Non fibrous
• Long life
Typical MONIFLEX Usages
MONIFLEX consists of transparent sheets of insulation for any application where resistance to humidity and vibrations in combination with low weight are important. For this and other reasons, MONIFLEX has been used extensively in the transport and building industries. Typical applications are passenger rail vehicles and as insulation used in shipbuilding and many special purpose vehicles.