KNAUF Insulation Loft Roll 44 Earthwool Combi Cut is a Glass Mineral Wool roll, designed for use in cold lofts where pitched roofs are insulated at ceiling level, that offers good thermal performance in the range.
It is non-combustible insulation with the best possible Euroclass A1 reaction to fire classification, and is manufactured using Knauf Insulation’s unique bio-based binder, ECOSE® Technology.
KNAUF Insulation Loft Roll 44 Benefits
- Compression packed and lightweight for easy handling and moving around a site.
- Combi-cut products are supplied partially perforated, providing the flexibility to be used between joists or used uncut as a full-width roll, maximising on-site efficiency.
- Ready-cut products are supplied cut to size to maximise on-site efficiency.
- Uncut products provide the flexibility to be cut to size to fit between joists or can be left in full width rolls for quick install.
- Manufactured in long lengths to allow quick and simple installation maximising on-site efficiency. (Combi-cut, ready-cut and uncut rolls)
- Manufactured in short lengths to provide a cost effective option in a smaller pack size. (Short length, combi-cut rolls)
- Offers negligible resistance to the passage of water vapour and has a vapour resistivity of 5.00MNs/g.m.
- Odourless, rotproof, non-hygroscopic, does not sustain vermin and will not encourage the growth of fungi, mould or bacteria.
- Thermal conductivity: 0.044 W/mK.
- Fire rating: Euroclass A1 to BS EN 13501-1.
- Thickness: 200mm.
- Length: 5.20m x 1.14m – 2 x 570mm / 3 x 380mm.
- Thermal resistance: 4.50 m²K/W.
- Coverage: 5.93m2
- Thickness: 150mm.
- Length: 8.05m x 1.14m – 2 x 570mm / 3 x 380mm.
- Thermal resistance: 3.40 m²K/W.
- Coverage: 9.18m2
- Thickness: 100mm.
- Length: 12.18m x 1140mm – 2 x 570mm / 3 x 380mm.
- Thermal resistance: 2.25 m²K/W.
- Coverage: 13.89m2
KNAUF Insulation Loft Roll 44 Earthwool Combi Cut is primarily used is for the thermal insulation of pitched roofs at ceiling level, it can also be used to thermally insulate floors. When used at ceiling level it is usually laid in two layers, with the first layer between the joists and the second layer over, and at right angles to the joists.