Superglass Superwall 36

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As a versatile and highly adaptable insulation solution, the Superglass Superwall 36 proves its worth in a multitude of contexts. Excelling in thermal insulation, it's perfect for both full-fill and partial-fill applications in external masonry cavity walls. It can be employed effectively in full-fill applications for structures up to 25m in height, and without any height restrictions for partial-fill applications, although additional provisions are in place for buildings surpassing certain heights. 

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What Is Superglass Superwall 36? 

Superglass Superwall 36 stands as a testament to innovation in the realm of insulation solutions. Recognised and approved by the British Board of Agrément (BBA), this specialised batt is crafted from glass mineral wool and showcases both non-combustibility and water repellency.

Devised with precision and convenience in mind, Superwall 36 is designed at a width of 455mm, making it an optimal fit for standard vertical wall tie spacings. This tailored design facilitates easy installation, reduces the need for extensive on-site modifications, and keeps waste to a bare minimum.

But the Superwall 36 doesn't stop at being just easy to install. It excels in versatility, offering thermal insulation for a wide range of external masonry cavity walls. Whether it's a full-fill or partial-fill application, this batt has you covered. 

It can be implemented effectively in full-fill applications in structures ascending up to 25 meters. For partial-fill applications, Superwall 36 steps up without height limitations, subject to specific conditions for buildings of notable stature.

What sets the Superwall 36 apart is its broad approval for use across all exposure zones within the UK. This is, of course, subject to the conditions detailed in its BBA certificate and the standards set by the NHBC.

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