Kingspan K107 Kooltherm(9 Products)
Kingspan Kooltherm K107 Pitched Roof Board is a premium performance insulation used to insulate warm roof spaces in both ventilated or unventilated pitched roofs, under both tiles and slates. K107 insulation delivers unparalleled protection against heat loss with minimal thickness. With the lowest thermal conductivity value on the market (0.018 W/mK), K107 is one of the industry's highest-performing insulants. Unaffected by air infiltration, the boards are water-resistant and resist both moisture and water vapour.Find Out More About Our Types of Kingspan K107
Kingspan K107 Kooltherm
Kingspan K107 Kooltherm Applications
Kingspan Kooltherm K107 Pitched Roof Boards are the perfect thermal solution for insulating warm roof spaces. Their reflective, low-emissivity surface improves the thermal resistance of unventilated cavities adjoining the board.
If you're looking to insulate your roof without needing to re-roof, K107 pitched roof insulation is just right for the job.
The boards can be used in the following applications:
- Tiled or slated pitched roofs
- Dwarf wall stud insulation
- Attic floors
- Dormer windows
- Flat ceilings
Kingspan Kooltherm K107 Pitched Roof Board Specifications
- Manufactured with a blowing agent that has low global warming potential and zero ozone depletion potential
- Non-deleterious material
- Ideal for both new build and refurbishment applications
- Easy to cut and handle - ensures an efficient installation process
- Resistant to the passage of water vapour
- Unaffected by air infiltration
- 0.018W/mK thermal conductivity - excellent thermal performance
- Premium performance rigid thermoset insulation
Kingspan Kooltherm K107 Pitched Roof Board Certifications
Kingspan Kooltherm K107 Pitched Roof Board is manufactured to the highest standards under a management system certified to:
- ISO 9001: 2015 (Quality Management Systems. Requirements)
- ISO 14001: 2015 (Environmental Management Systems. Requirements)
- ISO 45001: 2018 (Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems. Requirements with guidance for use)
- ISO 50001: 2018 (Energy Management Systems. Requirements with Guidance for Use)
Frequently Asked Kingspan K107 Questions
What Is Phenolic Insulation?
Phenolic foam is comprised of phenolic resin, a blowing agent, and an acid catalyst. It is used to make a range of products, one of the most popular being insulation boards which are faced by elements such as a low emissivity composite foil.
It has over 90% closed-cell formation with a fine cell structure, making it extremely rigid and easy to handle. The rigid thermoset insulation core is protected by two facings, which act as another barrier against the elements.
What is The Difference Between PIR and Phenolic Insulation?
Both PIR and phenolic are rigid thermoset foams that function as insulating cores between two facings. The main difference between them is the materials and the manufacturing process.
Whilst PIR has good thermal insulating properties, phenolic excels in thermal performance, reaching lows of 0.018 W/mK compared to the 0.022 W/mK of PIR. Despite the many rigid thermoset insulation materials on the market, you will not find a lower thermal resistance figure than phenolic insulation.
Both phenolic and PIR foam have combustible properties. However, they do deliver excellent protection against moisture and are ideal for areas with high rainfalls. Rot or fungi growth won't be an issue when you invest in phenolic insulation.