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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 batt 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 including 50, 75, 100 and 125 mm.
  • Also available as batts (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

Roll

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

Thickness

50 mm

75 mm

100 mm

125 mm

Bespoke

Consult manufacturer and insert requirements.

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:

Roll.

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.

Width:

600 mm.

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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