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Feel good and easy insulation

Recticel Insulation set to showcase new feel-good self-supporting systems at Vision 2016

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Leading PIR manufacturer Recticel Insulation is launching its new 'feel good inside' philosophy and debuting a self-supporting room-in-a-roof system for pitched roofs at this year’s Vision built environment exhibition for architects, specifiers, clients and suppliers between 7-8 June at London Olympia, stand 45.

The next generation product L-Ments comprises roofing underlay, counter battens and integral structural timber in one PIR insulation panel as a single lightweight cost-effective modular roofing element, making it exceptionally quick and easy to install. The innovation new system enables specifiers and contractors to design and build roofs without the risk of thermal bridging, providing them with a future-proof solution thanks to its high-performance insulation core.

Using L-Ments in conjunction with Recticel’s full fill cavity wall insulation Eurowall + provides specifiers and contractors with a holistic building solution for the complete building envelope that showcases this 'feel good inside' approach. It also showcases Recticel’s fabric first approach to build as well as Modern Methods of Construction via the use of fewer materials and speedier installation. Representatives from Recticel’s technical department will man the stand to answer technical questions, advise on building materials, installation, grants and bespoke solutions for specific needs. 

Visit Recticel at Vision on Stand 27 from 7-8 June at London Olympia.

For more information and technical support visit: www.recticelinsulation.co.uk

 

Contact:

0800 0854079

technicalservices@recticel.com


 

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