The Sheep wool is one of the best natural insulating materials found. The sheep consumes organic carbon that is in the plants and transforms it into wool, sheep are therefore part of the earth’s carbon cycle. The wool is a unique material with complex structure and natural properties. The high insulation value of the wool is due to is physical properties and of the air it forms inside itself. The wool reduces moisture, which means that the wool absorbs moisture up to 35% of its own weight without heat loss and also releases moisture. These feature of the wool acts as a natural temperature control system that maintains constant cold or heat temperature.
Icelandic wool is in many ways unique, but its properties are i.e. how durable and smooth it is that makes the wool a suitable as a insulation material.
By utilizing the sheep’s wool as an insulation for products that require constant temperature during transport time, we multiply the value for companies that rely on constant temperature during transport times and also due to environmental impact.