Swisslab External Wall Insulation chosen for housing refurbishment

  • 3 Dec 2013

Work was carried out on the 9-storey Bison type properties under the Community Energy Saving Programme (CESP) and involved 3600m2 of Swisslab being installed combining mineral wool, phenolic insulation and Silkolitt silicone render and dry dash finish.

The use of the EWI system has resulted in a U value of 0.24W/m2K and included materials being mechanically fixed to a continuous substrate using traditional and lightweight renders.

Alumasc Building Products Ltd.,
White House Works,
Bold Road,
Sutton,
St. Helens,
Merseyside,
United Kingdom,
WA9 4JG

Phone: 01744 648 400

Visit Alumasc Building Products website

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