The Plylok insulants from buildforless.co.uk is a range of high performing and resilient PIR insulation boards which is designed for being used in warm flat roofs under single ply waterproofing systems and built-up felt. Plylok consists of insulation board which is bonded to a 6mm plywood layer and prides itself of a high compression strength, consistent board sizes and dimensional stability. This is an outstanding product that is manufactured to ISO 9001Quality Systems. The entire range of insulants from buildforless.co.uk carries the CE Mark to show compliance with European Standards BS EN 13165. It comes with zero ozone layer depletion potential. The products are completely free of CFCs, HCFCs and HFCs which are all the most powerful greenhouse gases. The insulation systems have a global warming potential below 5 which is due to the presence of pentane in the insulation systems which satisfy the greenhouse guide to specification and an inter-environmental panel on climate change. The insulations come with a low thermal conductivity value of 0.022 W/mK making it 30% more efficient than most insulation materials. Compatibility and Performance: The range of The Plylok insulants from buildforless.co.uk re perfectly compatible with most synthetic and bitumen based single-ply water proofing systems. The insulation provides safety from harmful interstitial condensation and requires no roof ventilation. The condensation can be avoided within its roof structure with a perfect balance of temperature inside the building as well. The insulations are resilient and lightweight. They can be easily cut using a perfectly toothed saw. These are rot proof and durable and maintenance free.
It has a Low thermal conductivity of 0.022 W/mK
The Range of thicknesses of the insulations are 56mm - 156mm
The Compressive strength: exceeds 150kPa at yield
It comes with a 6mm plywood (top), multi-layer coated aluminium (bottom) facing
It has a zero ODP and GWP less than 5
ISO 9001 and ISO 14001
It has a fire performance (insulation board) of Class 1 (BS 476, Part 7) and Euroclass F (BS EN 13501-1)