Insulation is one of the most important aspects of the specification of a building for a number of reasons:
It helps to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature & therefore living and working environment for the people using the building;
It helps to keep energy consumption & costs down;
It helps to combat climate change & it helps to secure energy supply.
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WALLTITE makes a significant contribution to a comfortable indoor environment for building occupiers by creating a draft free environment that prevents the infiltration of pollutants, toxins and allergens. Maximising the energy efficiency of the thermal envelope also allows HVAC systems to operate more efficiently.
WALLTITE is the airtight insulation solution
WALLTITE spray foam insulation provides the building owner with superior performance combined with complete airtightness and strength.
This high performance system provides a fast and easy apply alternative to more traditional methods of insulating and when cured gives a seamless airtight system which can contribute significantly to the overall performance of the building envelope.
WALLTITE is a continuous spray foam that is fast to apply and quick to cure, leaving a minimal amount of surface area without insulation. The result is an airtight building envelope of low permeability, without the need for supplementary material.
WALLTITE It is designed for internal roofs, walls and floors, but can also be applied to floors, soffits and, with the minimal change in formulation, can be used for cavity wall insulation and stabilisation, or insulation and weatherproofing of external roofs.
The closed cell structure of the polyurethane foam helps control the movement of vapour and moisture throughout the building, reducing the risk of condensation and mould. WALLTITE is sustainable over the life span of the building and can even prolong the buildings life as it protects against premature deterioration of building materials.