Neopor® by BASF … Innovation in Insulation


Neopor® is a graphite impregnated EPS … these tiny graphite particles act as infrared absorbers and heat reflectors lowering the materials thermal conductivity. The end result is a foam core with the same great advantages of standard EPS, however, with a thermal resistance (R-value) nearly 20% greater than standard white EPS.

NEOPOR contains no fluorocarbons.

Compared to polymer-based rigid foams which use fluorocarbons as expansion agents, NEOPOR uses a formula that achieves light-weight, cost-effective and durable foam with an expansion agent that has low Global Warming Potential (GWP) and Zero Ozone-Depletion Potential.

NEOPOR does not corrode, rot or support mold growth

NEOPOR Rigid Thermal Insulation does not contain cellulose or organic matter and does not rot or support mold growth.

NEOPOR R-value is stable over time

NEOPOR does not corrode, rot or support mold growth

The R-value performance of NEOPOR Rigid Thermal Insulation is recognized in the third-party evaluation report #2784 from ICC Evaluation Service (ICC-ES). Building officials, architects, contractors, specifiers, designers and others utilize ICC-ES Evaluation Reports to provide a basis for using or approving NEOPOR in construction projects under the International Building Code. For more information, please visit