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The Project

SIPs are a simple but revolutionary way of building. Whilst traditional construction methods rely on bricks and blocks, or a conventional timber frame, SIPs can provide both a structure and insulation in one. SIPs can be used to create fast-track highly energy efficient buildings.

Comprises 142 or 172 mm thick structural insulated panels (SIPs) connected with a unique jointing system for walls and roofs, and intermediate floors using I-beams or open web joists.
 

Specifications

Thermal conductivity (insulant thickness) Insulation core: 0.024 W/m.K
OSB/3 facings: 0.13 W/m.K
Facings 15mm Oriented Strand Board type 3 (OSB/3)
Core High performance CFC/HCFC free rigid thermoset urethane insulant of typical density 33 kg/m3, manufactured with a blowing agent that has zero Ozone Depletion Potential (ODP)
Board size Manufactured to individual projects - however the panels have standard dimensions of width: 200 mm (min.), 1220 mm (max.) and length: 7,500 mm (max.)

Do you need help or advice on a project?

Contact our experienced technical services department today.

Kingspan Insulation Ltd.

Bree Industrial Estate

Castleblayney

Co. Monaghan

A75 X966

Tel: +353 (0) 42 979 5000

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