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R1.1 - Kingspan Kooltherm K3 Floor Board
R1.1 - Kingspan Kooltherm K3 Floor Board
R1.1 - Kingspan Kooltherm K3 Floor Board
R1.1 - Kingspan Kooltherm K3 Floor Board

    R1.1 - Kingspan Kooltherm K3 Floor Board

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    $948.70
    Tax included.

    Kingspan Kooltherm provides thermally efficient conductivity and thermal performance, allowing you to minimise insulation thickness compared to traditional alternatives while achieving equivalent results.

    Description

    The Kingspan Kooltherm K3 is an underfloor insulation board, suitable for use under concrete slabs. It is offered in a small board dimension to suit wall tie spacings, making it quick and easy to install, with NCC and AS/NZS 4859.1:2018 compliance. It has a fibre-free phenolic core, with an inner and outer tissue-based facing, along with a slim profile.


    Widely utilised in all building types, Kooltherm is gaining recognition for its contribution to energy-efficient homes and modular construction, particularly in achieving 7+ Star Energy Efficiency ratings.

    Kooltherm stands out as the thinnest product in the market with the highest R-value, offering space-efficient insulation solutions.

    The closed-cell structure of Kooltherm makes it resistant to the passage of water vapour, contributing to durability and reliability in various applications.

    Manufactured in Australia, Kooltherm meets high-quality standards, providing confidence in its performance and compliance.

     

    Pack Information:
    R-Value
    (m²K/W)
    Thickness
    (mm)
    Standard Size
    (mm)
    M² Per Pack Pieces Per Pack
    R1.1 25 1200x2400 34.56 12

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    FAQ

    Q: What types of insulation are best for Australian homes?

    Common types include fiberglass batts, rigid board, and reflective insulation. The best choice depends on your climate zone and specific needs.

    Q: How much insulation do I need for my home?

    The amount of insulation required depends on your home's location, size, and construction. Australian standards recommend different R-values (a measure of thermal resistance) for different climate zones.

    Q: What is the R-value, and why is it important?

    The R-value indicates the insulation's ability to resist heat flow. Higher R-values mean better insulation performance. It's crucial for energy efficiency and comfort.

    Q: Will insulation keep my house cool?

    Yes, insulation helps maintain a consistent indoor temperature by preventing heat from entering in the summer and retaining heat during the winter, thereby keeping your home cooler in hot weather.

    Q: How can I tell if my home is under-insulated?

    Signs include fluctuating indoor temperatures, high energy bills, and drafts. An energy audit can also help assess your insulation levels.

    Q: Can I install insulation myself?

    Most types of insulation can be DIY projects, assess your abilities as most DIY'ers can achieve an effective installation.

    Q: What are the benefits of insulating my home?

    Benefits include improved energy efficiency, reduced heating and cooling costs, enhanced comfort, and a smaller environmental footprint.

    Q: How long does insulation last?

    Properly installed insulation can last for decades. However, factors like moisture, pests, and settling can reduce its effectiveness over time.

    Q: Are there any government rebates or incentives for installing insulation?

    Some State and Federal programs offer rebates and incentives for energy-efficient home improvements, including insulation. Check with local authorities for any current offers.

    Q: Does insulation help with soundproofing?

    Yes, certain types of insulation, such as fiberglass batts, can reduce noise transmission, providing a quieter indoor environment.

    Q: What should I consider when choosing insulation materials?

    Consider factors such as R-value, material cost, installation method, environmental impact, fire resistance, and whether the material suits your specific climate zone.
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