PIR insulation NZ (Eurothane GP) general information

PIR Insulation New Zealand -Eurothane GP product information

PIR Insulation (Eurothane GP) in New Zealand why it's better

PIR Insulation - why it's better

How does PIR Insulation (Eurothane GP) perform?

  • With water / moisture - unlike its major competitors, batts for example, it is totally water resistant.
  • Fire Risk - it is a self-extinguishing product, unlike polystyrene products which have a very high fire risk.  So it is much safer and in combination with plasterboard gives excellent fire resistance.
  • Acoustic - It also has excellent sound absorption, so it is a very good acoustic insulation. 
  • Vermin - it doesn’t attract vermin (unlike polystyrene)
  • Environmentally Friendly Product - In the big picture this insulation reduces carbon dioxide emissions and contributes to reducing fossil fuel usage and the help in the crusade against global warming.  In its production and in the product itself, no material harmful to the environment is used, and no noxious fumes or damaging gases are created (achieves an overall ‘A’ rating in the Green Specification Guide.

How long does PIR Insulation (Eurothane GP)  last?

It doesn’t degrade over time so continues to give you the same outstanding insulating performance to last the lifetime of the building.  Also because it is a ridged board it will not sag or move once installed, as this can cause insulation voids in the building envelope.   

What tools are needed to cut PIR Insulation (Eurothane GP) ?

PIR Insulation (Eurothane GP)  is easily cut, very easily with just a hand saw and very little effort. 

Is PIR Insulation (Eurothane GP)  safe to handle?

PIR Insulation (Eurothane GP) is perfectly safe to handle (and does not irritate).

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