Superglass Insulation Roll

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Superglass Insulation Rolls are a glass mineral wool insulation solution designed to ensure consistent thermal and acoustic performance within lofts, cold-pitched roofs and floor/wall partitions. The insulation rolls work to slow down the transfer of heat as a material barrier positioned within roofs or partitions, helping to lower energy bills.

Overall, Superglass Insulation is a high-performing yet cost-effective and sustainable option for the fulfilment of thermal and acoustic project requirements.

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What Are Superglass Insulation Rolls?

Superglass Insulation Rolls are non-combustible, partially perforated, mineral wool insulation solutions. Superglass manufactures products that are efficient for thermal and acoustic insulation projects, such as:

  • Superglass Multi-Roll 44 Loft Insulation: Predominantly used as thermal insulation and a preventative measure against heat loss when installed between and over the timber joists of new/existing lofts or cold-pitched roofs. The "44" in its title references the product's thermal conductivity value.

  • Superglass Acoustic Partial Roll (APR): Purposed to provide thermal and sound insulation for walls, floors, timber and metal stud partitions, and drylining systems. The 50mm thickness roll offers a thermal conductivity of 0.038 W/mK, while the 25mm thickness roll has a lower value of 0.036 W/mK.

Both variants are partially perforated, allowing the user to opt between a full-width or segmented length. What's more, the flexible roll composition ensures easy adaptability between or layered over common joist spacings.

 Where Can Superglass Insulation Rolls Be Used?

  • Superglass Multi-Roll 44: Supplied at 200mm, 170mm, 150mm, and 100mm thicknesses, the roll is designed for new and existing lofts/cold roofs, as well as suspended timber ground floors.

  • Superglass Acoustic Partition Roll: Supplied at 100mm, 50mm, and 25mm thicknesses, the roll provides effective insulation (both acoustic and thermal) in internal wall and floor partitions.

Superglass Insulation Benefits

  • Eco-Friendly - Made from up to 84% recycled glass
  • Non-Combustible - Given the highest fire classification of Euroclass A1
  • Nominal Vapour Resistivity - 5 MNs/gm, reduces condensation by maintaining humidity levels
  • Consistent Thermal Performance
    • 0.044 W/mK value - Multi-Roll 44
    • 0.036 W/mK value - 25mm APR
    • 0.038 W/mK value - 40mm and 50mm APR
  • Standardised Sizing - Partial perforation ensures minimum onsite cutting and waste making for an easy installation process
  • Environmentally Friendly - Zero Ozone Depletion Potential (ODP) & Zero Global Warming Potential (GWP)
  • Strong Resilience - Non-hygroscopic - will not rot, degrade or sustain vermin nor support the growth of mould, bacteria or fungi

Superglass Insulation Certifications

BS EN is British and European Standard Specifications. The British Standards Institute, with over 100 years of experience, is recognised as the UK’s National standards body.

  • Euroclass A1 - when tested to BS EN 13501-1 Reaction to Fire
  • Manufactured following ISO 14001
  • BRE Green Guide Rating: A+
  • BS EN 13162:2012(+A1:2015)
  • BS EN 13172:2012
  • BS EN ISO 9001
  • UKCA Certified to BS EN 13162:2012+A1:2015
  • CE Marked to EN 13162:2012+A1:2015

Superglass Insulation Roll Handling/Storage

The product is compression-packed in polythene to provide short-term protection only. For long-term protection, the product must be stored indoors away from environmental damage.

The product should not be left permanently exposed to the elements

Frequently Asked Superglass Insulation Roll Questions

Is Superglass Insulation Roll Environmentally Friendly?

Yes, Superglass is committed to sustainability. Its products have zero Ozone Depletion Potential and Global Warming Potential. They're also manufactured in accordance with ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management Systems. 

Furthermore, up to 84% of the material used is recycled glass, diverting significant waste from landfills.

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