Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) require solutions that add value – and easily slot in with offsite construction and industrial manufacturing finished systems.

That’s why ROCKWOOL Core Solutions work with you to understand your applications and provide customised solutions, based on your process of assembly, application and how customers will use your finished products.

Our stone wool cores offer a leading industry standard across all forms of OEM insulation, and can be built into and around your products – offering the best possible outcomes.

To meet your needs today and tomorrow, we develop partnerships that collaborate on:

  • The supplying of stone wool
  • Integrating our product into your process and system
  • Application testing
  • Quality assurance
  • Certification

Discover how you can transform your operations and products when you partner with ROCKWOOL Core Solutions today.

Heavy-duty ovens operate at high temperatures and consume a considerable amount of energy. Stone wool insulation helps to reduce heat transfer due to the high level of thermal conductivity, and focuses on energy efficiency. Furthermore, ROCKWOOL stone wool insulation is fire resilient meeting the highest fire classification rating of A1.

Within the oven industry, we provide stone wool insulation for heavy duty and professional ovens, such as:

  • Bakery ovens
  • Industrial thermal treatment ovens
  • Drying systems for residential and industrial applications (residential buildings, painting lines, bitumen cookers, egg breeding etc.)

Explore some of stone wool’s key properties in-depth

Discover how The Power of & can work for you as an OEM

At ROCKWOOL, we ensure that all your products and systems will benefit from the 7 Strengths of Stone. That’s because when you design one strength into a product with stone wool, you gain all the 7 Strengths of Stone. With ROCKWOOL Core Solutions as your partner, you also gain The Power of & which delivers 'more' options in many other ways, through qualities that set our organisation apart.


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