|Product Thickness (nom.)
||Product R-value at 23oC, R0.15 m2.K/W
|Roll Diameter (nom.)
|Roll Weight (nom.)
||1350 mm x 22.25 m (30 m2)
As thermal performance requirements for the building fabric continue to rise, condensation is becoming an increasingly important design consideration for healthy buildings. Ineffective management of
moisture and vapours can potentially lead to indoor health issues and structural defects which require expensive remedial works.
Interstitial condensation (condensation that occurs within the cavities of the building fabric) can go unnoticed for long periods of time and when persistent it promotes the growth of mould, rot in timber, and corrosion of metal framing and fixings. This interstitial condensation can be effectively mitigated by carefully selecting an appropriate building membrane with a suitable water vapour permeance, allowing moisture to harmlessly pass through the structure.