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Kingspan Insulation invests in low waste production lines

  • 18 Dec 2017

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Kingspan Insulation Ltd enhances its portfolio of construction and mechanical engineering insulation products by investing in low waste production lines.

The insulation manufacturer has invested €17 million in two production lines in Derbyshire and North Yorkshire. 

The prototype Continuous Process Line 3 (CPL3)  is the latest evolution in the firm’s CPL technology. The twin manufacturing line will allow Kingspan to meet growing demand, providing greater capacity and setting a new benchmark for production accuracy.

In addition, €10 million has been invested in Kingspan’s facility near Selby with the introduction of a manufacturing line for Kingspan Styrozone insulation. The facility will enable greater variety of board lengths, thicknesses, densities and compression strengths

Richard Burnley Managing Director at Kingspan Insulation Britain & Ireland commented: “The new lines will allow us to continue to meet the growing market demand, providing greater choice to customers whilst also achieving significant improvements in the efficiency of our production processes.”

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