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12.5mm Moistureshield Plasterboard - Wallboard Knauf 2400x1200

12.5mm Moistureshield Plasterboard - Wallboard Knauf 2400x1200

Knauf Moistureshield is a plasterboard manufactured specifically for use in areas of high humidity. The core formulation with silicone additive ensure the boards resistance to moisture. Thermal Conductivity - 0.24 W/mK.

Price: £ 13.70
(£16.44 inc VAT)

12.5mm Fireshield Plasterboard - Wallboard Knauf 2400x1200

12.5mm Fireshield Plasterboard - Wallboard Knauf 2400x1200

Knauf Fireshield is a specifically developed plasterboard providing increased fire resistance when used in partition, ceiling and lining systems and also for encasement and shaftwall systems. Thermal Conductivity - 0.24 W/mK.

Price: £ 11.40
(£13.68 inc VAT)

100mm Isover CWS 32 Cavity Wall Insulation Batts 1200x455 (pack of 6)

100mm Isover CWS 32 Cavity Wall Insulation Batts 1200x455 (pack of 6)

CWS 32 are silicone impregnated glass mineral wool slabs providing high levels of thermal insulation in masonry cavity walls. CWS 32 is designed to fully fill the cavity between two masonry leaves in external walls. Thermal Conductivity - 0.032 W/mK.

Price: £ 34.15
(£40.98 inc VAT)

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Online U-value calculator

If you need to conduct U-value calculations this Online U-value calculator will help you choose the right thickness of insulation required to meet specified by the Building Regulations U-values and achieve optimum thermal performance for your setting/application.

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What is a U-Value and how to calculate it

A U value is a measure of heat loss in a building element such as a wall, floor or roof. It can also be referred to as an ‘overall heat transfer co-efficient’ and measures how well parts of a building transfer heat. This means that the higher the U value the worse the thermal...