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The VIP of flooring insulation

Nanofloor Insulation is the off-the-shelf insulation solution for both new and existing floors

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Created from Vacuum Insulation Panels (VIPs), Nanofloor Insulation offers a dramatically superior insulation performance with the additional benefit of taking up to five times less space when compared with traditional PUR solutions.

Today’s demanding construction sector requires product availability with minimal lead times. Historically, VIPs have been a made-to-measure product with lead times of weeks rather than days. Now, with Nanofloor Insulation’s five standard sizes, VIP insulation can be available immediately, enabling your project to proceed with minimal disruption. Bespoke sizing also available on request.

In short, if you are in need of a high performing space saving insulation, Nanofloor Insulation could be your answer. 

  • Existing floor design implementation
    Existing floor design implementation
  • New design implementation with Rubber Crumb Mat
    New design implementation with Rubber Crumb Mat
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For more information and technical support visit: www.kevothermal.eu

 

Contact:

ck@kevothermal.eu

01584 711333


 

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