Blowerproof, thé original in airtight coatings!

In 2011, airtight methods went trough a revolution with the launch of our Blowerproof® airtight paint. This simplified method for airtightness fitted perfectly with the increasing demand for green buildings. Since, the quality of Blowerproof® has been unrivalled and holds various international certifications such as Passive House, BBA, Exova and M1. Due to its high density, Blowerproof may also serve as methane, radon or vapour barrier.

Blowerproof applied with airless or roller


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Blowerproof applied with paintbrush

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BLOWERPROOF® airtight coatings are thoroughly tested and have been approved by BBAPassive House, Exova, and the BBRI. We have experiences with Blowerproof coatings for the airtightness of buildings on projects troughout Europe since 2012. Our local importers and partners are available for more information and specific advice by phone or a meeting in your office or on the jobsite. Troughout Europe, we offer the product as well as the installation service with airtight warranty on the building project.

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Press article 2019 - Blowerproof reference (source: Passive House Plus magazine)

Imperial War Museums archive breaks airtightness record

A state-of-the-art archive building in Cambridgeshire, which has been built to house Imperial War Museums’ (IWM) rich paper collection, has registered the best airtightness test result ever recorded in the UK – and perhaps, the world.

The building at IWM Duxford – one of five IWM museums and historic sites covering war and conflict from the First World War to the present day – has been designed to meet the passive house standard, allowing IWM’s documents collection to be preserved in the best possible conditions.

The 1,238 sqm building, which has just come through practical completion, achieved a final airtightness score of 0.03 air changes per hour (ACH) at 50 Pascals – making the building 20 times tighter than the target for certified passive buildings, and approximately 200 times tighter than current UK requirements for non-domestic buildings. The Passive House Institute is aware of one other project that has achieved 0.03 ACH – but none lower.

The project benefited from bona fide passive house expertise on the design team, led by architects Architype and passive house ...

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