Technology & Environment

the innovative and environmentally friendly insulating mortar


TAKUMA ECO is an insulating mortar that has a very good elasticity. Its ability to expand makes it an ideal product to be applied to any type of support. It is also particularly suitable in all those situations where different substrate materials are present because it does not crack with the thermal expansion of the supports.


TAKUMA ECO is ideal for the redevelopment of old damp walls of any kind and thickness, both internal and external and of underground environments. The product is the best solution in all those situations of recovery of the old town, old houses, villas, farms, buildings of historical interest and churches.


Anti-mold insulating mortar that can be easily applied to any kin of support. TAKUMA ECO is a breathable product ideal for preventing the formation of mold or fungals and proves to be the best solution in terms of thermal insulation to counteract condensation, humidity and energy dispersion problems.

Economic savings

The use of TAKUMA ECO offers a double possibility of economic savings. The first concerns the lower energy consumption both for heating and for cooling, the second for the costs of application (execution speed of the work with consequent reduction of labour costs, rentals of scaffolding or lifting systems, occupations of public land and absence of construction works).


Since this is a product in mortar, TAKUMA ECO makes it possible to perform the thermal insulation in all those situations where it would be impossible to use products in plates (such as round surfaces, complicated facades or with friezes, historic buildings, terraces and cantilevers balconies, worked cornices). The high capacity of adhesion of the product allows its application without having to treat the support with primers.


A single product for several sectors of use: Construction-Industry-Storage Systems. TAKUMA ECO as insulating mortar is ideal for energy redevelopment of buildings. In fact, it offers the possibility to insulate and eliminate all thermal bridges and to restore mold and interstitial condensation). It is excellent for the thermal insulation of pillars, slabs, reinforced concrete structures, industrial plants, cisterns, gas pipelines and tanks.

Ready to use

TAKUMA ECO distinguishes itself from other thermal insulators because it is simple to apply, light (usable on relatively weak substrates such as, for example, old plasters) and immediately ready for use. In fact, it is not necessary to carry out any complex operation of preparation of the product for the application.


A unique product that, thanks to its excellent degree of breathability, turns out to be an excellent solution to face the onset of problems related to humidity. TAKUMA ECO is the innovative insulating mortar that, thanks to its ``controlled breathability``, unlike many other traditional insulators, makes it possible to keep the supports on which they are applied dry and sound.


TAKUMA ECO applies both outside and inside the buildings. The composition of the product, the speed and simplicity with which it is applied are such that the same can be used on historical buildings with constraints of the Superintendence of architectural and cultural heritage, on internal walls of individual housing units inside condominiums and even in inhabited apartments.

Low thickness

TAKUMA ECO can be used in thicknesses between 4 and 8 mm providing numerous advantages: no need to remove or replace windowsills, thresholds and covers; the alignments of the façades are not altered; the minimum permitted distances between buildings of different properties are not reduced; thermal insulation on ceilings can be implemented.

Tax deductions

In many countries there is the possibility of being able to take advantage of tax benefits or concessional financing for the implementation of energy efficiency measures. TAKUMA ECO respects the main standards to access the above-mentioned benefits.


Our thermal insulation is ideal if applied in order to avoid the formation of condensation on the walls, considered among the major causes of damage to structures and finishes (such as detachment of paint, disintegration of plasters and/or proliferation of mold).