Superglass Loft Insulation Multi-Roll 10 Pack Deal
Superglass Loft Insulation Multi-Roll 10 Pack Deal - 100mm / 12.12m2 is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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The Superglass Multi Roll 44 is a lightweight, non-flammable glass fibre loft insulation roll that is versatile and perforated to make it easy to install in common joist spacings with minimal cutting and waste.
These rolls are available in 100mm 150mm and 200mm thickness options.
Superglass Multi-Roll 44 is mainly employed as a thermal insulator in newly constructed and preexisting attic or cold roofing systems. Additionally, it may also be utilised in a variety of other settings, such as suspended timber floors. When used in an attic or cold roof, it can be installed between and on top of the timber joists.
Why Glass Mineral Wool?
Glass mineral wool is an outstanding insulator, both thermally and acoustically, that consistently meets the increasingly stringent regulations put in place. Superglass products have been given the maximum fire protection rating, A1 (non-combustible) according to BS EN 13501-1, which is legally recognized throughout the UK.
What is BS EN 13501?
BS EN 13501 is a European standard that specifies the test methods and classifications for the fire performance of construction products and building elements. The standard was developed to provide a common standard for assessing the fire performance of products and building elements across the European Union.
The standard provides a classification system for products and building elements based on their reaction to fire, which takes into account factors such as ignitability, flame spread, heat release, smoke production, and the production of burning droplets and particles.
The classifications range from A1 (non-combustible) to F (products that do not meet the criteria for classes A1 to D). The standard also includes test methods for determining the fire resistance of building elements, such as walls, floors, and doors.
BS EN 13501 is used by manufacturers, designers, and regulators to ensure that construction products and building elements meet the necessary fire safety requirements.
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