Jabfill Cavity Wall Insulation is a BBA-certified full-fill product that is designed to optimise the cavity space in a new build property.
Jabfill Cavity Wall Insulation will:
• Insulate for the lifetime of the building
• Eliminate cold bridging
• Prevent rainwater penetration
• Provide a flood-proof cavity wall insulation
BBA Certificates and other supporting documents can be found in Technical ResourcesTechnical Resources
BBA (British Board of Agrément) Accreditation
Jabfill Cavity Wall Insulation is supplied to the standards defined in BS EN 13163 and has been assessed and approved by the BBA for use in cavity walls to a maximum height 12m; certificate number 96/3215.
Jabfill Cavity Wall Insulation is supplied in the standard board sizes of:
The boards have 5mm-deep flutes on the external face which ensures that any moisture that penetrates the external leaf is directed down the outer face of the insulation and back into the external masonry.
Boards are marked to identify the correct orientation for installation.
Jabfill Cavity Wall Insulation is moulded from HP or High Performance EPS (expanded polystyrene).
The thermal resistance or R-value of Jabfill Cavity Wall Insulation for the following standard thicknesses are:
Jabfill Cavity Wall Insulation is produced to the requirements of BS En 13163 ‘Thermal insulation products for buildings – Factory made products of expanded polystyrene (EPS) – specification’.
|+||Can Jablite EPS be used in a full fill cavity wall application?|
|Yes. Jabfill is designed for fully filling masonry cavities. Jabfill is tongue and grooved to prevent moisture transmission across the cavity. It also has an external profile that aids moisture run off and prevents insulation becoming damp.|
|+||Does Jablite’s manufacturing process use a lot of energy?|
|No. Compared with other insulation materials, the manufacturing process uses only small amounts of energy as the Jablite EPS bead is expanded by steam.|
|+||Is Jablite packaging environmentally friendly?|
|Jablite is continuously striving to reduce packaging on its products. Products are wrapped in film as and when necessary to protect them during transport and storage on site. Ongoing efforts have been made to minimise the thickness of film used to reduce the packaging further. Pallets are used when requested by customers, but wherever possible recyclable EPS 'skids' are used.|