ISOTEX wall panels are equipped with tongue and groove joint connections on longitudinal edges and are covered with wallpaper. ISOTEX wall panels can be used for finishing interior surfaces in new buildings as well as for insulation and renovation of older buildings. The selection of more than 20 different cover materials provides a suitable solution and alternative to other, more effort-consuming wall covering solutions. When installing ISOTEX wall panels, it is not necessary to fill or sand the underlying surface, hang wallpaper or paint the walls. ISOTEX panels are covered with a high-quality decorative material at the factory, preventing all potential blemishes, which usually occur when hanging wallpaper or finishing walls in another manner. 

Selection of wall panels

Installation of wall panels

Installation on the framework:

First attach the 70-100 mm wooden rafters.

 

Wall panels with paper finish:

Fix the rafters so that the distance between them (measured from the centre-to-centre of the rafters) is 290 mm. Apply dots of adhesive to the central area of the panel, approximately one dot after every 200 mm and fix the panel to the wall batten by using staples. The length of staples must be 10–14 mm and the distance between them must be at least 100 mm.

Installation with adhesive:

Apply stripes of adhesive to the back side of the panel, approximately 20 mm away from the edges, and apply dots of adhesive to the central area of the panel, approximately one dot after every 200 mm. Press the panel to the wall so that it is slightly away from the previous panel and then slide it sideways to level the adhesive and fix the tongue into the groove.