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A Passive House is a building, for which thermal comfort (ISO 7730) can be achieved solely by post-heating or post-cooling of the fresh air mass, which is required to achieve sufficient indoor air quality conditions – without the need for additional recirculation of air.

Passive House Institute

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Achieve superior energy efficiency and occupant comfort with stone wool insulation

ROCKWOOL’s mass wall enclosure system is certified by Passive House Institute (PHI) and the details can be directly incorporated into your project.

The House at Cornell Tech | Photo by Field Condition

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The House at Cornell Tech Case Study

The world’s largest, tallest Passive House building is helping New York City meet aggressive CO2 targets.

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Cornell Tech, Thermal Properties
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