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Cavity Board provide a level of performance that is unrivalled in the world of rigid thermoset insulation materials. Apart from the fact that low U-values can be achieved with a thinner product, a specially developed facing also allows Kooltherm K106 Cavity Board to be installed with a mere 10 mm air gap.


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Woodberry Down renewed with Kingspan  


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an increasing number of issues including: subsidence, asbestos, damp, and poor insulation. Kingspan Kooltherm K12 Framing Board and K15 Rainscreen Board were specified for Kick Start Sites 2 and 5, comprising 710 residential units and over 1,500m2


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Premium performance products from Kingspan Insulation have been used to insulate new high and low rise buildings as part of London’s largest and most ambitious regeneration programmes. Woodberry Down was once heralded as the ‘estate of the future’ but in recent years had suffered from 


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lightweight boards are easy to install and can be used with timber or steel frame constructions. Both products deliver premium levels of thermal performance.


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With pressure mounting to be building nearly zero-energy buildings within the next few years, Kingspan Insulation is proud to announce the latest development in ultra-low lambda products to help meet those targets, without having to increase cavity wall sizes. Offering a thermal conductivity of just 0.018 W/m.K, new Kingspan Kooltherm K106 and K108


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A new apartment building in London has shown that even on tight plots, there’s no need to compromise on quality to meet the ongoing housing shortage, combining the excellent fabric performance and fast-track construction offered by the Kingspan TEK Building System, with stylish architectural design. In order to deliver a high level of thermal performance,


the Kingspan TEK Building System of structural insulated panels (SIPs) was erected by Kingspan Delivery Partners, Lowfield Timber Frames, forming the roof and walls of the building. The 142 mm thick panels used on the project feature a highly insulated core sandwiched between two layers of OSB/3.


01544 387384 www.kingspantek.co.uk Panasonic adds to its Etherea range


Panasonic has launched two new ranges of domestic air conditioning units that are a huge step forward in air conditioning unit design, perfectly complementing its existing Etherea line up. The new Z range of Etherea products has been fundamentally redesigned to suit the interior of any home or commercial


property. The sleek new design of the units means they are not only unobtrusive, but also more compact than ever before. With this clean, fresh, white design, the Panasonic Z range leads the market in its appearance, ensuring that wherever the units are installed they won’t impact on the look and feel of the interior aesthetic. The new Z and XZ ranges are incredibly quiet, operating at 19dB(A), to offer the utmost comfort to the end user.


enq.206 Crowds out in force to see Vortice stand


Architectural Systems catalogue now available


Buyers, consultants and specifiers were out in force to visit the Vortice Group stand during the Mostro Covegno exhibition in Milan. Energy efficiency and innovation were the cornerstones of this unique event with the exhibition covering four


main sectors: Heating, Cooling, Water and Energy. Vortice showcased many innovative new products like a new stylish single room heat recovery unit, avail- able in black or white and the new Nordik air design sweep fans made with carbon fibre blades. Energy efficiency was the theme running through the exhibition, this being mirrored on the Vortice stand with products like the Punto Evo Flexo (low wattage axial fan) and the evolution of the Quadro centrifugal fan range.


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Vent-Axia has added a powerful new model to its popular Lo-Carbon Sentinel Kinetic range of mechanical ventilation with heat recovery (MVHR) units. Ideal for larger homes and multiple occupancy units, such as care homes and student accommodation, the addition of the Sentinel


Kinetic High Flow means Vent-Axia now offers a complete range of MVHR solutions from small apartments up to light commercial. Manufactured in the UK the Sentinel Kinetic High Flow benefits from the latest high efficiency, back- ward curved impeller design and boasts a specific fan power as low as 0.65 W/l/s. These features ensure the lowest possible energy consumption and an exceptional performance range covering small one-bed apartments to the largest of houses.


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