New Kingspan tapered systems provide a slimmer insulated fall

New Kingspan tapered systems provide a slimmer insulated fall

Kingspan Insulation has introduced Kingspan Thermataper TT44-K and Thermataper TT47-K, its first tapered roofing systems to incorporate Kingspan Kooltherm insulation, delivering excellent drainage and thermal performance with slim, lightweight constructions.   Kingspan Thermataper TT44-K and Thermataper TT47-K are designed for use on new and existing roofs with concrete or timber decks.

A Change of Scenery with Kingspan Insulation

A Change of Scenery with Kingspan Insulation

Kingspan Kooltherm K108 Cavity Board has been installed on the first phase of houses constructed in the major redevelopment of The Poets in Swinton, helping the project to meet its thermal performance requirements with slim wall build-ups.   Salford housing association Salix Homes has been working alongside contractors Galliford Try Partnerships

Insulate the installation for energy efficiency

Insulate the installation for energy efficiency

As house builders are told by the UK government’s climate change adviser to be ‘ashamed’ of their efforts to tackle global warming, Andy Swift, national sales manager at ISO-CHEMIE, says that new foam sealant technology can improve the energy efficiency of the whole window installation - not just the frame.  

Slim VIPs from Kingspan Optim-R Specified for Compact College

Slim Vips from Kingspan Optim-R Specified for Compact Colleg

Joseph Leckie Academy in Walsall has replaced outmoded and poor performing accommodation with its three-storey construction, to provide an energy efficient build, with the help of the Kingspan OPTIM-R Rainscreen System.   The original 1930s school building has been replaced with a purpose-built 725 m2 structure, designed by Seymour Harris Architecture.

Kingspan insulates inspirational rehabilitation centre

Kingspan insulates inspirational rehabilitation centre

Kingspan Kooltherm K15 Rainscreen Board has been installed on a new £1 million state-of-the-art rehabilitation centre for people who have suffered catastrophic sporting injuries.   Opened in December 2017, the Get Busy Living Centre has been created by the Matt Hampson Foundation to provide a place where its beneficiaries can come