Protect Membranes’ Protect TF InterFoil is a CE marked, highly reflective insulating breather membrane designed for use within a timber frame wall panel to enhance its overall thermal performance.
Ideal for offsite and modular construction, Protect TF InterFoil features a low emissivity, vapour permeable reflective surface, using the tried and tested technology of TF200 Thermo, which can be installed either side of the insulation in conjunction with a 20mm air cavity.
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Available in a range of roll sizes, including 2.4m and 1.2m widths and 100m lengths, Protect TF InterFoil is installed with the Protect Cavit-E Tray, an insulation spacer designed to create the 20mm low emissivity airspace within the depth of the wall stud on either or both sides of a fibrous insulation. Alternatively, EPS insulation boards from Jablite (JTWS-TF) have integral ribs on both sides which create the required airspaces.
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