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R3.5 Fletcher Insulation Pink® Batts for Ceilings

    R3.5 Fletcher Insulation Pink® Batts for Ceilings

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    Pink® Batts, renowned for their firmness, are low itch, easy to cut and friction fit standard joists to make homes feel cooler in summer, warmer in winter and provide energy savings all year round.

    (allow 10% less m² for framing)



    Pink® Batts are made from lightweight, flexible and resilient glasswool for thermal and acoustic insulation of residential ceilings. Pink® Batts are available in various sizes to fit standard joist spacings. Pink® Batts are the preferred option for both new home construction and retrofitting existing buildings, providing increased thermal efficiency. The insulation range includes various thermal R-values and dimensions to cater to diverse applications.


    Pack Information:
    Standard Size
    M² Per Pack Pieces Per Pack
    R3.5 175 1160x430 8.0 16
    R3.5 175 1160x580 6.7 10

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