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Superglass Insulation Roll

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Superglass has long stood as a market leader in the insulation industry. With a commitment to sustainability, innovation, and quality, their innovative glass mineral wool insulation products not only meet but surpass market standards. Aside from their primary usage as an acoustic and thermal insulation solution, these rolls are also designed with both the environment and the end user in mind. Their manufacture provides reliable performance while contributing to the goal of a greener and more sustainable future.

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What Are Superglass Insulation Rolls? 

Superglass insulation rolls represent a smart fusion of technology and utility, a gold standard in the realm of building insulation. 

These rolls, constructed from lightweight, non-combustible glass mineral wool, offer an efficient solution for thermal and acoustic insulation, effectively keeping ambient conditions in check. 

With remarkable adaptability, they fit seamlessly into common stud/joist spacings, optimising energy efficiency and acoustics, while minimising construction waste. 

Beyond their functional excellence, these rolls reflect Superglass' commitment to sustainability, boasting zero Ozone Depletion and Global Warming Potential. 

Superglass Insulation Roll Key Features

  • Non-combustible
  • Provides both acoustic and thermal insulation
  • Ensures minimum on-site cutting and wastage 
  • Easy installation
  • Fire classification of A1 (the highest possible rating)
  • Zero Ozone Depletion Potential (ODP) & Zero Global Warming Potential (GWP)
  • Manufactured from up to 84% recycled glass which would otherwise go to landfill
  • Non-hygroscopic - will not rot, degrade or sustain vermin

Superglass Multi Acoustic Roll

The Superglass Multi Acoustic Roll, composed of lightweight and non-combustible glass mineral wool, sets the benchmark in insulation solutions. 

Its flexibility coupled with precision perforations at 2x600mm and 3x400mm widths ensures a streamlined installation process within common stud/joist spacings, thus minimising on-site alterations and waste. 

Fabricated at a base density of 10kg/m, it strikes a perfect balance between lightweight and robust. 

The purposeful design of the Multi Acoustic Roll lends itself to a range of applications, providing superior thermal and acoustic insulation in: 

  • Internal and separating walls and floors
  • Timber and metal stud partitions
  • Drylining systems

Superglass Multi Roll 44 Loft Insulation Roll

The Superglass Multi-Roll 44 stands as a testament to intelligent design and efficiency in insulation technology. 

This non-combustible flexible roll is crafted from glass mineral wool, balancing strength and flexibility with ease. Its precise perforations cater to standard joist spacings, facilitating simple installation and reducing on-site cutting and waste, an elegant solution to a common issue.

While its primary role lies in providing thermal insulation for both new and existing lofts or cold roofs, the versatility of the Multi-Roll 44 shines in its ability to adapt to a variety of applications, including suspended timber ground floors. 

Whether nestled between or laid over joists in a loft or cold roof scenario, it delivers reliable, high-performance insulation. 

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.

Which Loft Insulation is Most Effective?

This really depends on what you are trying to achieve with your loft insulation. Most people install loft insulation to improve the thermal envelope of their building and reduce heat loss.

Using PIR rigid insulation boards at rafter level and loft insulation rolls at joist level is a one of the most common methods for insulating a loft. 

If you want to go above and beyond to insulate your loft, you can use an insulated plasterboard such as Celotex PL board to add an extra layer of thermal protection to the attic space. 

This product can be mechanically fixed to the underside of the rafters, leaving a smooth plasterboard finish facing into the loft, and adding an extra layer of insulation at rafter level.

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