Maintain your winter warmth with Celotex Insulation

Published:  25 September, 2012

UK: What makes Celotex insulation a step above other forms of insulation is not only its flexibility in terms of thickness, structure and moisture resistance, but also its reduced environmental impact and thermal efficiency. Meeting both current and future building regulations, PIR insulation offers premium energy efficiency and thicknesses varying from 12 – 200mm, making it an ideal insulation solution for every build in the construction sector.

Manufactured using an irreversible chemical reaction, Celotex insulation can’t melt and is incredibly resistant to particularly high temperatures. This combined with its closed cell structure making it hydrophobic, makes it by far the most popular type of insulation in the building industry.

Its BRE Green Guide ‘A+’ rating is justified by the fact its environmental impact is 20% less than the average PIR insulation, ahead of both stonewool and cellulose glass options. Its unique structural strength allows it to maintain its rigidity and doesn’t require maintenance. Celotexis designed to outlast the lifetime of the building in which it is installed thanks to its durability and resistance.

Suitable for a variety of applications including roofing, flooring and walls, Celotex offers the best thermal performance of any other PIR alternative, whilst being the leader in terms of low carbon emissions and impressive energy efficiency.

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