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Order various insulation materials for Pipes, Lofts, Acoustic or Fire Protection in one place! is now carrying an expanded range in stock

Alongside our core range of pipe insulation materials we are also offering a host of new products for wider applications, making it even easier for you to get the best prices in one place with Nationwide coverage and free delivery on orders over £250 inc VAT as well as a range of Next Day and timed delivery options (orders for next working day must be placed by 2pm).

We offer both encapsulated and traditional loft insulation (in a handy space saving pack) - you should aim to have a depth of 300mm of mineral fibre loft insulation if you are not using your loft for storage space; this is typically achieved by having 100mm laid between the joists (this is the usual depth) and then laying 200mm at an opposing angle across the top.

Our acoustic options will suit several applications. The Acoustic partition roll is a lightweight, non-combustible glass mineral wool insulation roll. The flexible roll allows easy installation between common stud spacings and minimises on-site cutting and waste. Superglass Acoustic Partition Roll (APR) is designed to provide thermal and acoustic insulation for the following applications: Timber and metal stud partitions, Internal separating walls and floors as well as Drylining systems.

Multi Acoustic Roll is manufactured at a minimum density of 10kg/m³. It is also designed to provide thermal and acoustic insulation for the for the same sorts of applications but has a higher density and is available in thicker rolls up to 100mm Thick.

The Acoustic Pipe Insulation options are typical used to provide noise prevention from 110mm soil pipe; the Acoustek Pipe Wrap is specifically cut to fit this size and each piece will cover 1.2m. If you are ordering this kind of product, don't forget to add a few rolls of 75mm Wide Foil Tape as you will need it to seal your seams, butt joints and it is best to put a loop around the middle of the section as well for extra strength.

Fire protection is an area you should not get into unless you are sure you know what you are doing - we offer a range of fire protection products from stock but please consult with the specifying architect or local planning authority if you are not sure what you need. We can offer advise on the products that we supply but not on what you should use for a given application. 

We stock Fire Ccollars, Pipe Wraps, PyroDuct Slab, Putty Pads, Fire Batts as well as a range of sealants, mortars and coatings - if you need any data sheets on these products just get in touch.

You can order online or give us a call on 01942 295926 if you need more advice on any of the above items - we have nearly 40 years of experience between us in the sales office!


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