Difference between standard PIR insulation boards

Polyisocyanurate (PIR) is one of the most efficient insulation material used in construction. PIR insulation provides acoustic and thermal properties, rigidity, durability and excellent compressive strength. PIR insulation boards require approximately half the thickness of traditional forms of insulation to meet the same level of thermal performance. 

Insulation boards also referred to as loft boards, foam boards, or rigid foam. They are simple and easy to fit and come in a wide range of different sizes and thicknesses, to ensure you can find the most suitable insulation board for your project.

Difference Between Standard PIR Boards

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Because plasterboard can be used in so many different ways, both in DIY projects and larger-scale situations the most common question asked to our sales team is the difference between standard PIR insulation boards manufactured from various companies.

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