Insulating Formwork Block MUROBLOK SYSTEM®

Simple to use and very economical, the MUROBLOK SYSTEM ® Insulating Formwork Blockis undoubtedly one of the most efficient on the market. It consists of two expanded polystyrene molded panels held apart by a patented metal framework spacer. These spacers guarantee the solidity of the wall and prevent any dissociation of the insulation panels during the laying of the concrete.
These blocks are used to build walls with a high technological performance. The blocks eliminate heat leakages or thermal bridges, guarantee the best possible air tightness and effectively prevent any risk of condensation and humidity, thus providing excellent thermal resistance that guarantees a constant temperature throughout the day, regardless of the season. They benefit from excellent acoustic insulation against outside noise and facilitate the construction of the walls of a passive house (Passivhaus Certificate).





Made of 100% recycleable the MUROBLOK SYSTEM ® Insulating Formwork Block adapts to all types of architecture, construction and finishes, in accordance with the latest thermal regulations. The environmental regulations that will soon be in force, require the construction of houses with a minimal energy consumption.

More profitability and ease of construction

  • Quick installation

  • Three technical interventions in just one

  • Less labor

  • More security <10kg per m²

  • Large modules

  • Less heavy lifting

A highly versatile product for the construction of affordable housing, complex constructions, and buildings up to 4 floors high.

  • Infinitely recyclable
  • Does not disintegrate
  • Composed of 98% air
  • A non-aggressive manufacturing process
  • Preserves the ozone layer
  • Does not exploit natural resources (without deforestation)
  • High performance insulation
  • Easy to transport
  • No concern for rodents
  • Weather resistant
  • No health risks
  • Water and fire resistance (EPS does not burn, it melts)
  • Meets earthquake resistance criteria

Expanded polystyrene, the main raw material

The expanded polystyrene comes from the styrene monomer, which is extracted from a by-product of oil refining, naphtha. When combined with air and water vapor, the styrene monomer is transformed into expandable polystyrene beads, which will then become expanded polystyrene beads.

With more than 85 thousand tons of products sold annually in the civil construction industry, Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) is one of the main insulating materials on the market.  

Its strengths are its thermal performance and energy saving manufacturing process.From the manufacture of expandable polystyrene to the transformation into a 100% recycled raw material, EPS contributes significantly to the improvement of the environment.

It consumes very little energy during its manufacture. For example, it takes approximately 10kg (11.6 liters) of oil to produce 1m³ of polystyrene or 365 litres of oil to make the PSE needed to insulate a house, while, on the other hand, an uninsulated house consumes approximately 2,000 litres of fuel per year (or 40,000 litres in 20 years).

Preserving forests and reducing the use of natural resources

Composed of 98% air, expanded polystyrene (EPS) is an inert material, biologically neutral and stable over time. It does not disintegrate, does not contain fibers and does not generate particle. It does not promote the development of bacteria and does not cause allergies. It is a non-irritating, non-toxic, hygienic material used in mass in many areas, such as microbiology and in food packaging. Its use ensures excellent air quality inside your home.

Adequate insulation saves natural resources, preserves forests and reduces the use of natural resources.

Expanded polystyrene (EPS) guarantees perfect insulation and the best thermal performance on the market. In the construction sector, its use allows significant energy savings to be achieved from its manufacture to its end use as insulation, where it reduces heating consumption by up to 90% compared to non-insulated housing. Less heating means less raw material consumed.