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Out on its own: the New Tyvek membrane from DuPont

  • 19 Oct 2017

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The new Tyvek membrane from DuPont is BBA certified and comes from the renowned experts in advanced and dependable building membranes. Want more information? Well here it is…

All new, the Tyvek® e-Guard W1 is not only a low emissivity, reflective, breather membrane, but it offers a very high thermal resistance value to help improve occupier comfort, whilst saving money too.

Other positives of the e-Guard W1 include its superior water hold out, exceptional UV resistance and enhanced airtightness.

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Launched at the Timber Expo of this year’s UK Construction Week, this impressive combination of proven performance and longevity makes Tyvek® e-Guard W1 the clever choice, not only for Timber Frame projects, but for most modern methods of construction.

This becomes especially vital in a world of changing regulations, demands and claims. Whether used alone or part of a system with other DuPont building envelope products, Tyvek® e-Guard W1 comes with all the assurance, technical back-up and ease of use to be expected of the name.

DuPont Protection Solutions
BBSP1
Bristol & Bath Science Park
Dirac Crescent
Emersons Green
Bristol
BS16 7FR

General enquiries: 01275 337667 (Option 2)
Technical: 01275 337667 (Option 1)

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