Insulation Board Foam Underfloor Heating Thermal Acoustic Light Purple
- High Density, Light Weight And Low Cost Make This Foam Board Ideal In A Poorly Insulated Property
- This Boards Are An Extruded Polystyrene Insulation Board Made Through A Plastic Extrusion Process
- Widely Used In Walls And Loft Insulation, Underfloor Heating, Roof, Wet Room
- Suitable Performance, Anti-ageing, Resistant To Compression, Water Resistant, Lightweight, Recyclable
- Manufactured in the UK, Guaranteed Best Quality on the market
- Colour – 6mm, 10mm & 30mm Black, 20mm Light purple
- Product Dimensions 120 x 60 x 2 cm
- They are produced from foamed polystyrene, a material that does not deteriorate.
- The cell structure in the board is built up from very fine closed cells that give the product its excellent physical and mechanical characteristics. An excellent insulation that saves energy This special cell structure means that the sheet does not conduct heat.
- When you lay boards as an underlay any heat from your room or floor will be reflected back towards the floor surface.
- This is because you will not be wasting heat through your floor and will utilise your energy in a very green efficient manner, thereby lowering your energy consumption and carbon footprint.
- Effective protection against cold and damp boards do not only take care of the heat, they are also an effective guard against the cold and damp. The cold will be held back by the non-conducting characteristics of the foam and as the board is also water repellent, it will not rot or go mouldy and will help hold back any damp from your floor.
- Boards are also resistant to cement, plaster, and most alkalis (lime or soda), however, not against organic solvents (i.e. acids)
- Specifications: Board Size – 1200mm x 600mm Converge per board .72m2 Thickness 6mm 10mm 20mm High compression resistance Able to resist repeated freeze and thaw cycles Moisture proof and Air tight Sound Reduction of over 22db Non-absorbent Corrosion proof Low thermal conductivity Structurally stable in the long run Technical details Density: 40kg/m3 Compressive strength: 300 kPa (this equals to 43.51 pound force per square inch) Thermal conductivity:0.02