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Material Sheet
Insulation

Natural Insulation

What is it used for

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Residential Construction

Used in walls, roofs, and floors to provide effective insulation while minimizing environmental impact.


Commercial Buildings

Suitable for large structures where sustainable building practices are prioritized, enhancing thermal and acoustic comfort.


Eco-friendly Projects

Ideal for green buildings and eco-homes, promoting sustainability and reducing carbon footprints.

Brick Wall

Dimensions

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Length

Varies depending on product (typically 1200 mm to 2400 mm)


Width

Varies depending on product (typically 400 mm to 600 mm)


Thickness

Varies from 50 mm to 150 mm


Weight

Varies based on material and thickness; approximately 1 kg to 10 kg per panel or roll

What it’s Made From

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Sheep’s Wool

Provides excellent thermal and acoustic insulation and is naturally fire-resistant.


Hemp

Offers good thermal performance, is mold-resistant, and has low environmental impact.


Flax

Provides effective insulation and is biodegradable and non-toxic.


Cellulose

Made from recycled paper, offers good thermal and acoustic properties, and is eco-friendly.

Variations

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Sheep’s Wool Insulation

Description: Natural wool insulation offering excellent thermal and acoustic properties.

Applications: Suitable for wall, roof, and floor insulation in residential and commercial buildings.


Hemp Insulation

Description: Sustainable insulation made from hemp fibers, known for its mold resistance and thermal performance.

Applications: Ideal for eco-friendly buildings and projects aiming for low environmental impact.


Flax Insulation

Description: Insulation made from flax fibers, offering good thermal and acoustic properties.

Applications: Used in residential and commercial buildings for walls, roofs, and floors.

Installation

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Tools Required

Utility knife | Straightedge | Stapler | Measuring tape


Materials Required

Natural insulation materials | Fasteners or adhesive | Vapor barrier (if needed)


Step-by-Step Guide:

  1. Preparation: Measure the area and cut the insulation materials to fit using a utility knife and straightedge.

  2. Apply Fasteners: Use fasteners or adhesive to attach the insulation to the surface.

  3. Position Insulation: Place the insulation panels or rolls tightly together, ensuring no gaps.

  4. Seal Joints: Apply tape or additional insulation to seal gaps between panels.

  5. Install Vapor Barrier: If required, install a vapor barrier over the insulation.

  6. Finishing: Ensure the insulation is securely fixed and check for any gaps or loose areas.

Technical Specification

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Thermal Conductivity: 0.037 - 0.040 W/m·K


Fire Resistance: Naturally resistant, varies by type


Moisture Absorption: Generally high but managed by treatment or installation techniques


Density: 30 - 60 kg/m³ depending on the material

Certification

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BREEAM: Certification for sustainable building products.


Natureplus: Quality label for sustainable building materials.


ISO 14001: Environmental management standards certification.

Purchasing Quantities

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Single Units

Ideal for small projects, repairs, or when only a few insulation panels or rolls are needed.


Pallets

Typically sold in bulk, with each pallet containing multiple units. This option is suitable for medium to large construction projects.


Bundles

Smaller quantities than pallets, often sold in bundles of 5, 10, or 20 units, suitable for minor projects or additions.

Environmental Impact

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Sustainability Considerations

Made from renewable resources, reducing reliance on synthetic materials.


Eco-friendly Alternatives

Options include sheep’s wool, hemp, flax, and cellulose, all of which are biodegradable.


Waste Reduction

Biodegradable and can be recycled or composted at the end of their life cycle.


Energy Efficiency

Effective insulation properties contribute to energy savings in buildings, lowering overall carbon emissions.

Suppliers

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