Other Products

Acoustic Insulation
Air-conditioning Ducting
Bulk Insulation
Cavity Brick Wall Insulation
Ceiling 2 in 1 (Nail-up Ceiling Thermal Insulation)
Ceiling Insulation
Cellulose Fibre.Blow-in Insulation
Cold Insulation Industrial
Cool Roof Coatings (External Application)
Composite Bulk Insulation
Down Lighters & Electrical Fittings
Expanded Polyethylene (EPE)
Expanded Polystyrene (EPS)
Extruded Polystyrene (XPS)
Fire Performance
Floor Insulation
Geyser Insulation
Glass Wool Insulation
Hot Insulation (Industrial)
Insulated Panels
Mineral Wool
Phenolic Foam Insulation
Pipe Insulation
Polyester Fibre (Flexible Blanket)
Polyester Fibre (Rigid Board)
Radiant Barriers
Reflective Foil Laminates
Rock Wool
Roof Insulation (Industrial)
Roof Systems & Spacers
Spray Foam Insulation
Vapour Barriers


Photograph courtesy of Isover

Bulk insulation mainly resists or slows down the transfer of heat by conduction and convection, relying on pockets of trapped air or low conductive gasses within its structure. Its thermal resistance is essentially the same regardless of the direction of heat flow through it. For bulk insulation, R values are provided for a specific thickness and density of material at a given temperature. The thicker the insulation, the higher the R value for that product.Bulk insulation includes materials such as glass fibre, slag wool, rock fibre, cellulose fibre, polyester fibre, polystyrene, polyurethane and polyisocyanurate.  Each product has a material R-value for a given thickness, density and temperature. The products are available in either a flexible blanket or rigid board.


Africa Thermal Insulations (Pty) Ltd
Ash & Lacy South Africa (Pty) Ltd
Brits Non-woven
D&D Roof Insulations
Datlink Insulation & Acoustics
IPC Industries
Isofoam SA (Pty) Ltd
Knauf Insulation Ltd
Platinum Fibre
Rockfibre SA (Pty) Ltd
Rockwool Technical Insulation
Technopol SA (Pty) Ltd