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Thermally Bonded Polyester Insulation
Allow up to 30 days for full recovery of loft.
Roll dimensions (l x w):
5.0 (l) x 0.60 OR 0.75 OR 1.2 (w) metres (tolerance +25mm and -10mm).
10.0 kg/m3 (determined in accordance with ASTMC167).
1450 gm/m² (tolerance +/- 10%).
80% recycled PET (locally sourced) & 20% virgin LMF.
3.05 – 3.17 m2.K/W (determined in accordance with ASTM C517).
B/B1/2/H (determined in accordance with SANS 428). Non-Flammable. Will not contribute to the spreading of flame and will self-extinguish when a heat source is removed.
Combustible at over 750 degrees. (determined in accordance with SANS 10177-8).
SABS approved to SANS 1381-1:2007 Materials for Thermal Insulation of Buildings | Part 1: Fibre Thermal Insulation Mats.
TIPSASA focuses on the Thermal Insulation Industry with particular emphasis on energy efficient products and systems.
Ozone depleting substances:
Does not contain and did not produce any during production. No VOC’s are used during the production of this material.
1 ton of Fabufill’s polyester insulation is manufactured from approximately 38 000 recycled bottles.
The plastic bags used for transporting the material are made from virgin LDPE material and is 100% recyclable, Grade 4. The inks used in the packaging are food grade.
Fabufill thermally bonded polyester insulation Roll, thermal and acoustic insulation installed between trusses, joists, studs or above suspended ceilings, SABS approved to SANS 1381-1:2007, non-combustible to SANS 10177-8 and B/B1/2/H to SANS 428. Compression packed.
No particular hazards are known. The polyester fibres are not known to cause allergies. With correct use of this product no detrimental effects on health have been recorded.
The rolls are compressed into plastic bags and is classified as non-hazardous.
Rolls to be stored under cover, laid horizontally and stacked no more than 10 units high. Rolls should be kept dry and must not be exposed to a naked flame or any other ignition source.
Fabufill polyester insulation can be easily torn or cut with a pair of industrial scissors or shears.
Lay loose on ceiling board or suspended between trusses with restraining wires at 300mm intervals.
The distance between roof trusses, ceiling joists and walls studs should be measured, and the appropriate roll widths used.
Fabufill rolls should be installed between the members and the ends of the rolls should be carefully butted or lapped to ensure that the insulation is continuous.
A 50mm gap should be created around downlighters, recessed lights, flue pipes or any low heat sources.
Fabufill does not physically deteriorate over time and does not require any maintenance.
Properties are such that the material will not be damaged during normal handling and installations.
Fabufill has good resistance to bacteria, fungi and mildew, neither will fibre-devouring insects will not damage Fabufill polyester insulation since it is indigestible (tested in accordance with SANS 5484.)
0.78% (SANS 1381-1:2013 allows up to 2%)