Superglass Superwall 34 is a British Board of Agrément (BBA) approved, non-combustible and water repellent glass mineral wool insulation cavity wall batt. The flexible batt is supplied at 455mm wide to allow easy installation between standard vertical wall tie spacings and minimum on-site cutting and waste.
Superglass Superwall 34 is designed to provide thermal insulation in full-fill or partial-fill external masonry cavity walls, up to 25m in height for full-fill and with no height restriction in partial-fill (additional requirements apply for buildings above 12 metres in height for full fill and above 25 metres in height for partial fill). Superwall 34 is BBA approved for use in all UK exposure zones (subject to conditions detailed in the BBA Certificate and NHBC Standards).
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Declared thermal conductivity of 0.034W/mK.
All Superglass products are deemed non-combustible and have a fire classification of A1 (the highest possible rating) when tested to BS EN 13501-1 Reaction to Fire.
Manufactured from up to 84% recycled glass which would otherwise go to landfill.
Manufactured in accordance with:
Constructions incorporating the product and built in accordance with the Standards listed in section 4.4 of BBA Certificate 89/2231 Product Sheet 5 , will resist the transfer of precipitation to the inner leaf and satisfy the national Building Regulations.
In the opinion of the BBA, Superwall 34 Cavity Wall Batt, if installed, used and maintained in accordance with BBA Certificate 89/2231 Product Sheet 5, can satisfy or contribute to satisfying the relevant requirements in relation to NHBC Standards, Chapter 6.1 External masonry walls.
All Superglass products are easy to handle, cut and install. The products are supplied compression packed in polythene to provide short term protection only. For long term protection, the product must be stored indoors, or under a waterproof covering and off the ground to protect from weather damage. The products should not be left permanently exposed to the elements.