The ROCKWOOL Group is world leader in stone wool solutions covering building insulation, industrial and technical insulation for process industry, marine and offshore, customised solutions for industrial applications, wall and facade systems, acoustic ceilings, horticultural substrate solutions, engineered fibres solutions, noise and vibration control.Our product portfolio is well placed to tackle many of today’s biggest sustainability and development challenges. From energy consumption to noise pollution, water scarcity to flooding, our solutions help our customers address many of the big issues of modern living.
Our products are diverse and all contribute to shaping a circular economy, enhancing resource efficiency, and nurturing the safety, health and wellbeing of those who make and use our products.
We are the leading supplier of fire resilient stone wool insulation providing solutions for all major application areas, including technical and OEM.
We provide customers with a complete ceiling system offer, combining panels with suspension grid systems and accessories.
We manufacture board material mostly used in ventilated constructions, for façade cladding, roof detailing, soffits and fascias.
We develop innovative products used in a wide range of applications, including friction and water management, tracks, coatings, gaskets and fences.
We are a global leader in the supply of innovative stone wool substrate solutions for the professional horticultural based on Precision Growing principles.
As the world continues shifting toward renewable energy, storing it remains a major challenge. In Denmark, ROCKWOOL is a partner in a project testing the potential of a lot of very hot rocks.
As a part of his tour of Danish industry, Minister of Taxation, Karsten Lauritzen, visited ROCKWOOL to hear how a new tax proposal would impact the state’s ability to capture valuable surplus heat from manufacturing for district heating systems.
Behind an award-winning product is an innovation trail that starts in the factory with one important machine and an even more important challenge: How fast can we make it go?