How big is a roll of loft insulation?

How big is a roll of loft insulation?

Loft Roll Insulation Thicknesses You can buy glass mineral wool loft insulation roll in four different thicknesses: 100mm, 150mm, 170mm, and 200mm.

What is Knauf EKO roll loft insulation made of?

Glass mineral wool

Brand Knauf
Standard EN 13162
Material Glass mineral wool
Model name/number 100mm Base Layer
Range Eko Roll

What is DriTherm?

DriTherm® Cavity Slab 37 is a water-repellent Glass Mineral Wool slab, designed for use in external full-fill masonry cavity walls, that offers excellent thermal performance.

What is the U-value of 100mm DriTherm?

0.28 W/m²K
More information of Earthwool DriTherm Cavity Slabs

Country Maximum U-Value Universal Solution for all configurations
Scotland (Non-domestic) 0.25 W/m²K 125mm Earthwool DriTherm 32 Ultimate
Northern Ireland 0.28 W/m²K 100mm Earthwool DriTherm 32 Ultimate

What are the benefits of loft insulation?

Effective roof insulation helps you to keep energy costs down; with a thermal conductivity of 0.044 W/mK, loft insulation rolls are the perfect energy-saving companion. What’s more, loft insulation rolls are also non-combustible and achieve the highest possible level of fire performance with an A1 rating on the Euroclass scale.

What is the thermal conductivity of Knauf loft roll 44 insulation 200mm?

Knauf Loft Roll 44 Insulation 200mm has a thermal conductivity value of 0.044 W/mK, and comes in a 1140mm full width roll that is partially perforated at 570mm and 380mm centres, allowing it to fit easily between the roof rafters or floor joists. The 200mm is the largest thickness in the Knauf Earthwool Loft Roll 44 range. Got a big order?

What are the different types of insulation roll insulation?

Loft roll insulation and acoustic roll insulation are the two most widely used insulation rolls on the market. Insulation rolls are most commonly made from either glass mineral wool, mineral rock wool or sheep’s wool.

How much insulation do I need in my loft?

Current building regulations stipulate the need for at least 270mm of insulation thickness in a loft to meet the required U-value of less than 0.16w/m2k. For an existing building use 250mm. For added performance in an existing building or for a new build use 300mm.

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