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Kingspan Thermakraft Watergate Plus
Kingspan Thermakraft Watergate Plus

    Kingspan Thermakraft Watergate Plus

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    Kingspan Thermakraft Watergate Plus is a NCC compliant weathertight building membrane, designed to keep your building dry, safe and thermally efficient.

    CodeMark Certified & BRANZ Appraised for full confidence in performance.





    Kingspan Thermakraft Watergate Plus is specifically designed as a pliable building membrane behind exterior wall cladding. Made from synthetic materials Watergate Plus is fire retardant, water resistant and vapour permeable. The water vapour transfer rate of the product has been optimised to minimise condensation risk in homes without compromising its primary water barrier properties. Its construction allows for easier installation while maintaining performance qualities.


    Thermakraft synthetic permeable membranes provide the following key properties:
    • Durability
    • Water barrier
    • Water vapour permeability
    • Air barrier
    Thermakraft’s innovative total building wrap solution provides an air and water barrier,
    which assists insulation performance, while still allowing water vapour to escape, reducing the risk of condensation.

    Vapour permeable membranes consist of a micro-porous layer of breathable film to hold out water (water barrier) while allowing water vapour to escape (vapour permeable).

    Holding CodeMark certification, Watergate Plus meets the highest-quality standards, while providing confidence in its performance and compliance with the National Construction Code (NCC). 


    Pack Information:
    M² Coverage
    1370 36.5 50
    1500 30 45
    2740 30 82
    3000 30 90
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