Comprehensive new ‘Thermal Bridging Guide’ from Schock

  • 3 Apr 2015

New ‘Thermal Bridging Guide’ from Schock  

Thermal Bridging Guide

The comprehensive new free ‘Thermal Bridging Guide’

  • provides a better understanding of how heat moves through building assemblies, affecting surface temperatures and condensation
  • demonstrates calculation methods to gauge the impact of thermal bridges on the energy flows, temperature and moisture performance of building enclosures

Examples show how the impact of thermal bridges can be mitigated during the design stage, both in general terms and by incorporating appropriate Schock Isokorb thermal breaks.

Building Regulations

Thermal Bridging Guide deals with

  • deals with performance requirements stipulated by the Building Regulations (Part L1 and L2 in England and Wales; and Section 6 in Scotland)
  • stresses how critical the surface temperature factor (fRsi) calculation is in identifying areas where there is a risk of condensation

About Schock

For over 30 years Schock has been researching and developing product solutions specifically designed to mitigate or eliminate structural thermal bridges in commercial and residential building construction.  

The information presented in the new publication combines that experience with stringent independent performance testing and guarantees verifiable thermal break technology you can trust. 

Schock
The Clock Tower
2-4 High Street
Kidlington
OX5 2DH
UK
 
Phone
0845 241 3390
 
Fax
0845 241 3391

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