Glasswool is considered to be the most effective, and environmentally friendly insulation product to use as it is non-combustible, and meets the requirements for optimal thermal and acoustic insulation performance.
Isover now offers a comprehensive range of mineral wool and stone wool insulation products that provide thermal, acoustic and fire resistance in a wide variety of industry applications as well as heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) and original equipment manufacturers (OEM). The company is excited to announce the launch of its latest innovation in insulation technology, QTech™, the light mineral wool for medium temperature applications ≤ 300 °C.
ULTIMATE caters for thermal insulation in the South African industrial and technical markets.
A high quality mineral wool for high temperature applications.
Sagex is Isover's EPS division manufacturing a range of rigid polystyrene solutions.
Sagex EPS offers a choice of lightweight, high compressive strength and water resistant insulation solutions for use in industrial, commercial and domestic applications.
In a world grappling with escalating energy costs and environmental concerns, the role of energy-efficient solutions cannot be understated. One area where this importance is particularly evident is within Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems. As businesses and homeowners alike seek to reduce their carbon footprint and utility bills, the pivotal relationship between insulation in HVAC systems and energy conservation becomes more apparent.
Factorylite® & AshGrid™ Spacer System - The non-combustible metal building insulation solution that meets the legislative requirements.
In the fast-paced world of modern construction, energy efficiency has become a paramount concern for builders and property owners alike. The drive to create sustainable structures has led to the development of innovative solutions that not only enhance energy efficiency but also promote cost savings and environmental preservation.
As summer approaches and the heat becomes a daily adversary many homeowners often think about ways to stay cool. Air conditioning or the constant whirring from fans can provide relief, however with load shedding and soaring electricity costs this is not an ideal option for many.