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66 INSULATION; HEATING, VENTILATION & SERVICES


Study shows soffit savings with Kingspan


New research from quantity surveyors, Rider Levett Bucknall, has shown that the physical properties, specifically the enhanced thermal performance, of Kingspan Kooltherm K110 FM Soffit Board can allow installers to fit an additional


5.25m2 of insulation every thirty minutes when compared with the


closest competitor, rock mineral fibre. This analysis showed that the thermal conductivity of Kingspan Kooltherm K110 FM Soffit Board (0.018 W/mK) was the lowest on the market, 11 per cent better than the next best material and 89 per cent better than rock mineral fibre.


01544 387 384 www.kingspaninsulation.co.uk/SpeedMatters Marmox specified for hotel conversion


A former hotel in the Polwarth area of Scotland’s capital is the subject of a complex conversion and reconfiguration project, where Marmox Thermoblocks have been specified by the project consultants to address the critical floor/wall junction within the new extensions


being constructed. The block-layers have used a total of 117 of the 140mm wide Thermoblock units each one 600mm long and 65mm high. In addition, the merchant stockist involved, St. Andrews Building and Timber also supplied a carton of 10 Marmox MSP 360 Sealant for the purpose of completing the stepped joints.


01634 835290 www.marmox.co.uk


Vortice launches new heat recovery unit


Vortice has launched a version of its popular Vort Avel heat recovery unit which is thermal efficient and accredited under the German Passivhaus standard, the Vort Avel 450 D. Suitable for vertical wall installation, it has a high efficiency counter cross flow heat exchanger and automatically activated anti-


freeze protection. The front panel gives direct access to the main internal components and allows for easy change of filters. The Vort Avel 450 D has four operational speeds and a 100 per cent mechanical by-pass and its design allows for virtually maintenance free operation.


01283 492949 www.vortice.ltd.uk New Domus Ventilation MVHR wall units


Domus Ventilation has launched the HRXE range of high performance Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) units for small to medium size residential properties. MVHR systems combine supply and extract ventilation in one system. They efficiently recover the heat typically lost in waste, stale air


and use it to temper the fresh air drawn into the building via a heat exchanger. The filtered, pre-warmed air is distributed to areas of the home such as living rooms and bedrooms, effectively meeting part of the heating load in energy efficient dwellings.


vent.info@domusventilation.co.uk


The All New Hybrid Plus2 Aircool® is Attracting Attention Fast and simple installation · Contemporary design · Versatile mounting options


Hybrid ventilation does not have to come in boxes. A division of Building Product Design Ltd


To find out more call 01732 850770 or


email sales@passivent.com quoting Hybrid Plus2 or visit www.passivent.com/hybridplus2


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