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Application

Suitable for timber frame structures. The sheep's wool fibres draw out the moisture, conditioning the wood and act as a buffer to protect the fabric of the building.

Description

Natural sheep's wool insulation roll for floors, walls and roofs.

Features and benefits:

  • Sheep wool insulation is a hygroscopic fibre and is therefore able to absorb, store, and release moisture faster than many other insulation materials.
  • NatuWool can absorb over 35% of its own weight in moisture without significant changes to thermal performance, whereas the thermal performance of man-made mineral fibre insulation deteriorates when condensation is present.
  • Zero ozone depletion potential (ODP) and global warming potential (GWP).
  • Manufactured in various thicknesses from 50 to 200 mm.
  • Also available as rolls (specified separately).

Application:

Suitable for timber frame structures. The sheep's wool fibres draw out the moisture, conditioning the wood and act as a buffer to protect the fabric of the building.

General information
Material

95% natural wool fibres, 5% combination recycled adhesive binder

Shape

Batt

Size

50 x 600 x 10 000 mm, 75 x 600 x 7500 mm, 50 x 600 x 5000 mm, 50 x 600 x 4000 mm

Uniclass 2015
Sheep wool insulation (Pr_25_57_06_76)Primary
Specification data - Sheep wool insulation
Product Reference

NatuWool Batt

Thickness

50 mm

75 mm

100 mm

150 mm

200 mm

Bespoke

Consult manufacturer and insert requirements.

Width

400 mm

Not available for 200 mm thickness.

600 mm

Not available for thickness <150 mm.

Standard product features

Colour:

Natural.

Feature:

Hygroscopic fibres absorb, store and release moisture to reduce condensation, can be applied over existing insulation, VOC absorption, resistant to compaction.

Material:

95% natural wool fibres, 5% combination recycled adhesive binder.

Shape:

Batt.

Size:

50 x 600 x 10 000 mm, 75 x 600 x 7500 mm, 50 x 600 x 5000 mm, 50 x 600 x 4000 mm.

Recyclability:

Sheep's wool is biodegradable so can be composted, can be incinerated to produce additional energy, utilize 'waste' wools form other industries.

Thermal conductivity (maximum):

0.039 W/m·K.

Fire performance:

Euro Class E to BS 5803-4:1985.

Condensation:

BS 5250: 1989.

Density:

19 kg/m³.

Environmental information
Recyclability

Sheep's wool is biodegradable so can be composted, can be incinerated to produce additional energy, utilize 'waste' wools form other industries

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