Cavitybatt insulation is a fiberglass product that has exceptional thermal and acoustic properties. This form of insulation is specifically designed to protect the integrity of a building and is an excellent solution for soundproofing and increasing thermal comfort. Cavitybatt is made from high quality fiberglass insulation. It also provides a moisture barrier between external building materials and the framework, becoming a thermal break.
Cavitybatt is most commonly used in steel frame structures, timber frame buildings or dry wall partitioned wall systems. Cavitybatt insulation is designed to be used in walls but it is just as efficient for use in ceilings. Dust will in no way restrict the products insulating ability like it does with reflective foils. Overall this is a good product with a high density which helps for thermal and acoustic properties.
Is cavitybatt insulation non-combustible?
This product is non-combustible and has achieved the class 1 fire index rating according to SABS 0177 part 5. It has be classified as a non-combustible product and is excellent in any application according to the SABS test 0177 part 3.
Cavitybatt insulation thermal properties
Helps indoor comfort and contributes to reserve funds by diminishing heat loss/gain because of its inherent thermal insulation properties. A dry wall framework effectively isolated will offer the same or preferred thermal properties over a conventional block & mortar choice. Get a price from your local fiberglass installers.
Cavitybatt insulation acoustic properties
Offers excellent soundproofing properties & improves indoor environmental quality by absorption of noise. cavitybatt insulation reduces the sound transmission to and from a room or building. A dry wall framework effectively isolated will offer the same or preferred acoustical properties over an expected block & mortar choice.
Is cavitybatt insulation made from recycled materials?
Approximately 80% of the raw material used in the production of glassfiber products are recycled. The recycled material can be post-consumer glass (from housing) or waste glass from flat glass manufacture, which would otherwise be dumped and go to landfill.