New timber frame wall insulation
Bright Home Renewables Insulation (BHRI) is applied directly between the studs onto the OSB. The stud depth should be sufficient to meet the recommended elemental U-value.
Unwanted air leakage and air infiltration is minimised and sound attenuation improved.
Polyurethane foams are hypo allergenic and so contain no fibres or dust and no noxious vapours. Mechanical and electrical services can be fixed between the foam and the plasterboard. BHRI is very quick to install minimising on overhead costs, site storage and waste.
BBA Certificate No. 11/4816.
Bright Home Renewables Insulation has undergone various performance tests. Certificates are available on request.
New timber frame wall
- Plasterboard and skim
- Vapour control layer to be lapped over DPC at floor level and returned to window reveal and jambs
- Unventilated air space
- Sheathing ply
- Breather membrane
- WALLTITE® CL100 insulation to achieve target U-value
- 50mm air gap
- Noggin to support plasterboard
- Sill plate
- Treated timber cill support fixed to timber frame, clad and protected in DPC with insulation set above
Allow for differential movement at ALL openings, i.e. at window cill and window heads, as recommended by the timber frame manufacturer/UKTFA/TRADA: to accommodate differential movement and provide weather resistant and durable joint.
|Specification||Insulation sprayed between studwork|
|NBS clause||P10 205A|
|Lambda 90/90||0.025 to 0.028W/mK|
|Fire rating||Class 1 to BS 476 Part 7|
|Adhesion to timber||136kPa|
|Thickness of WALLTITE (mm)||U-value (W/m2k)|