Foreverbreathe Specification with exothermic performance is a unique combination of vapour permeable building components working in harmony with localised ventilation and passive ventilation to reduce natural air exchanges and diffuse moisture away from the indoor space with minimum energy use and minimal energy loss. Adhering to aims of sustainable development ensures Foreverbreathe Specification components do not contain harmful chemicals that impact human health and the environment.
Foreverbreathe Specifications in-built energy saving, and indoor air quality abilities enter when moisture within humidity is diffused through Foreverbreathe walls and ceiling components and absorbed by wool insulation. Moisture attaches to specific chemical sites within the wools structure to enable an exothermic process that converts moisture to heat. The amount of heat involved is quite significant. You can understand why wool has been described as the fibre of the gods when empowered by Foreverbreathe Specification to dehumidify, heat, and cool your home.
Uhoo Monitoring & Data Capture In this section we provide confirmation of the important performance categories we monitor and why.
Specification In this section we include an introductory summary of the aspects of importance to the demonstration homes design and materials involved. Material and product descriptions are connected to links to the products online and suppliers online.
Focus on Foreverbreathe Specification Components In this section we provide via expanded sectional drawings more detailed understanding of the main components that enable vapour diffusion and exothermic conversion.
Foreverbreathe Wall System In this section we focus on specific performance outcomes provided by wool insulation within Foreverbreathe Specification and links to independent CSIRO and Ag-research publications.