Glass wool 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. Saint-Gobain ISOVER manufactures a comprehensive range of glass wool insulation products that provide thermal, acoustic and fire performance in a wide variety of applications. Glass wool is produced from a combination of up to 80% recycled glass, naturally occurring silica sand and fluxing agents resulting in a product that has Zero Ozone Depleting Potential (ODP) and no CFC’s or HCFC’s are produced in the process. Glasswool products are non-combustible and positioned for operating temperatures up to 300°C. Glass wool insulation products are manufactured to be applied in multiple areas of buildings. Glass wool is most commonly known for insulation in ceilings of residential buildings, but we also offer products for the following applications: Cavity wall and dry wall insulation, HVAC and Air-conditioning system insulations, Pipe insulation, Over purlin roof insulation in commercial buildings, Suspended ceilings, Industrial roof insulation, Higher temperature insulations, High performance sound proofing.
Think Pink Aerolite is a non-combustible, glass wool ceiling insulation solution that reduces the energy required to maintain a comfortable living environment. Unlike many competitive products that claim limited combustibility, Aerolite is a certified non-combustible product which means it won’t burn, smoke, or melt in a fire as it’s made from glass wool. Aerolite has exceptional acoustic insulation properties; it enhances your indoor environment by absorbing noise from the inside and outside. Aerolite saves more than 100X the energy consumed and CO2 emitted from manufacturing, transporting and disposing – so you are on the right side of a sustainable future. The growing energy crisis and cost has forced a need to conserve energy and reduce electricity usage. Aerolite helps you save by limiting heat loss in winter and heat gain in summer. Ceiling insulation is installed in residential buildings; used for retrofit in existing homes, 50mm and 75mm thick insulation serves as top up insulation and can also be installed in non-residential buildings.