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R3.6 - Kooltherm K12 7 Star Wall Batt
R3.6 - Kooltherm K12 7 Star Wall Batt
R3.6 - Kooltherm K12 7 Star Wall Batt

    R3.6 - Kooltherm K12 7 Star Wall Batt

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    Need to achieve 7 Star or just want the best performing batt on the market? This high performing Kooltherm Batt is just 80 mm thick and fits into a standard timber 90mm wall frame, you only get one chance to insulate so make it count.

    (allow 10% less m² for framing)




    The Kingspan Kooltherm 7 Star Wall Batt offers Enhancing Comfort and Facilitating Home Energy Efficiency Compliance, suitable for using within a timber stud wall constructions, it is quick and easy to install with NCC and AS/NZS 4859.1:2018 compliance. It has a fibre-free, phenolic core and both an inner and an outer facing of reflective aluminium foil, 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 K12 stands out as the thinnest product in the market with the highest R-value, offering space-efficient insulation solutions.

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

    Pack Information:
    Standard Size
    M² Per Pack Pieces Per Pack
    R3.6 80 1200x403 2.9 6
    R3.6 80 1200x413 2.97 6
    R3.6 80 1200x553 3.98 6
    R3.6 80 1200x563 4.05 6

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