X hits on this document

7 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

1 / 3

Application: Masonry/Brick Cavity Wall Insulation

Brick, masonry and concrete walls all benefit from the addition of Foamular extruded polystyrene insulation through improved thermal performance.

These types of construction have low thermal values. Masonry and brick are very good at storing heat but are also very good at transferring heat. Often bricks and masonry will heat up during the day, store that heat and then radiate it back into the house at night. Properly installed insulation can limit this transfer and dramatically improve energy efficiency.

A double brick cavity wall has an R-value of only R0.69. In comparison just 30mm of Foamular Extruded Polystyrene has an R-value of R1.07. Combining the two would provide an R-Value of 1.76 and vastly improve the walls thermal performance.

To meet BCA and BASIX requirements, Foamular XPS in various thicknesses can be easily fitted to meet thermal requirements. Highly energy efficient buildings not only save money, but are also worth more money.

Foamular Extruded Polystyrene is closed celled insulation, so it is not effected by moisture. It can reduce the transfer of moisture and is its physical properties are not reduced in the presence of moisture.

As a result of its reduced moisture absorption, it is guaranteed to maintain 90% of its thermal properties for 20 years

Recommended Material: FM 250, 25-40mm (To meet desired R-values)

For Technical Information, Contact Mike Nagle - 0417 268 660 mnagle@austech.com.au • www.austech.com.au

NSW • QLD • VIC • WA • TAS • NZ

Document info
Document views7
Page views7
Page last viewedSat Dec 03 16:12:29 UTC 2016
Pages3
Paragraphs35
Words691

Comments