Energy Efficient Ceiling & Roof Solutions

Turn Dead Ceiling Space Into an Asset With Thermal Storage

Like an Ice Cooler, Thermal Storage Ceiling Materials Can Regulate Temps & Save Energy Usage in Your Building

photo depicting office environment without Templok energy efficient ceiling tiles
photo of a dropped ceiling with Templok tiles energy efficient ceiling tiles installed over existing framework

Suspended acoustical ceilings and exposed roof decks can be challenging to HVAC systems in commercial buildings. Often that space is just filled with ductwork and wiring, or it’s used for HVAC air flow.  In addition to that, additional heat is generated from windows, people, equipment, lighting, other sources. That creates a lot of waste heat that lives in commercial buildings during the wintertime, and a lot of this same heat works against the cooling system in the summer. For that reason, Insolcorp developed its TempLok™ tiles.

Each use phase change materials (PCM) to absorb and naturally release thermal heat within your building. Like an ice cooler, the phase change materials within panels absorb heat when they melt (solid to liquid/gel) and they release heat when they solidify (liquid/gel to solid). The panels naturally absorb heat or air conditioning during the day and release heat at night, providing both increased comfort and heating/cooling savings.

Lay Over Existing Ceiling Tiles or Use as a Ceiling Tile Alternative

Fill In Exposed Walls or Roof/Deck Ceiling

Maximize HVAC Efficiencies With Run Time Savings of 20-50%

Peak/Demand Management and Passive Cooling

Improve Comfort Control

Templok Tile with phase change materials that help save energy costs.

Suspended acoustical ceilings and exposed roof decks can be challenging to HVAC systems in commercial buildings. Often that space is just filled with ductwork and wiring, or it’s used for HVAC air flow.  In addition to that, additional heat is generated from windows, people, equipment, lighting, other sources. That creates a lot of waste heat that lives in commercial buildings during the wintertime, and a lot of this same heat works against the cooling system in the summer. For that reason, Insolcorp developed its TempLok™ tiles.

Each use phase change materials (PCM) to absorb and naturally release thermal heat within your building. Like an ice cooler, the phase change materials within panels absorb heat when they melt (solid to liquid/gel) and they release heat when they solidify (liquid/gel to solid). The panels naturally absorb heat or air conditioning during the day and release heat at night, providing both increased comfort and heating/cooling savings.

Lay Over Existing Ceiling Tiles or Use as a Ceiling Tile Alternative

Fill In Exposed Walls or Roof/Deck Ceiling

Maximize HVAC Efficiencies With Run Time Savings of 20-50%

Peak/Demand Management and Passive Cooling

Improve Comfort Control

photo of a dropped ceiling with Templok tiles energy efficient ceiling tiles installed over existing framework
photo depicting office environment without Templok energy efficient ceiling tiles

Buildings Without PCM Materials

Heat from the sun on the roof increases roof temperatures and so does rising heat from equipment, people and windows.  This heat gets trapped above the ceiling, raising temperatures and putting stress on the HVAC system.    

Buildings With PCM Materials Installed

PCM materials installed above the ceiling tiles absorb that heat from the roof and the heat rising from underneath.  This lowers the ceiling surface temperatures and the plenum temperatures.  This helps the HVAC system work more efficiently.  The PCM materials store heat and release them when needed, making heating and cooling more productive.
photo depicting Templok energy efficient ceiling tiles and the reduced temperature they have created throughout the office environment
photo depicting office environment without Templok energy efficient ceiling tiles

Buildings Without Thermatile or PCM Materials

Heat from the sun on the roof increases roof temperatures and so does rising heat from equipment, people and windows.  This heat gets trapped above the ceiling, raising temperatures and putting stress on the HVAC system.
photo depicting Templok energy efficient ceiling tiles and the reduced temperature they have created throughout the office environment

Buildings With PCM Materials Installed

PCM materials installed above the ceiling tiles absorb that heat from the roof and the heat rising from underneath.  This lowers the ceiling surface temperatures and the plenum temperatures.  This helps the HVAC system work more efficiently.  The PCM materials store heat and release them when needed, making heating and cooling more productive.

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