What is Factorylite?
Factorylite is high quality, flexible glasswool that is non-combustible (think pink aerolite) with an inert binder is used to make factorylite insulation. The product is resilient, lightweight and safe to use. A reinforced foil is faced on the one side of the product which increases its strength.
It enhances indoor environmental quality and offers exceptional acoustic properties by absorbing noise. Factorylite is an exceptional business & modern roofing insulation which is generally utilized within buildings without ceilings to create a comfortable living environment.
For an especially hot factory, the addition of whirlybird roof ventilation systems can be installed to help extract the heat out of the roof area.
Thermal and acoustic properties of factorylite
Helps indoor solace and long lasting savings by decreasing high temperature loss/gain because of its brilliant thermal insulation properties. Subject to provision, Insulation Refractory’s insulation will decrease the sound transmission to and from a room or building.
Offers amazing acoustic properties & improves indoor natural quality by reducing noise levels. The good thing about factorylite is that you are benefiting from both a reflective foil and a bulk insulation, which makes factorylite a superior insulating product!
Factorylite Insulation made from recycled materials
Give or take half of the crude material utilized within the production of insulation refractory items is reused. The reused material comes from all over the place, any used glass from homes, businesses or from glass manufactures that have wastage, that normally would be dumped.
What is the price of factorylite? how much does it cost?
There are many factors to take into consideration when trying to work out the price or how much factorylite is going to cost. Firstly there will be a different price on the different thicknesses available. You can get a price on 50mm, 100mm, 135mm. Obviously the thicker the material the better thermal, acoustic and sound absorption properties you will get from factorylite.
Are you looking for a supply price, or cost to supply and install factorylite?
If you are looking for a supply only price, we have a standard price list we use for each thickness. The cost of having factorylite installed may vary, depending on the difficulty of the roof needing the retrofitted factorylite to be installed on.
We need to work out things like how accessible the area is that needs to be insulated, the beam distance and how much wastage there will be. Getting our team out there to access the area needed to be insulated will help in determining a m2 price for you.
Reasons to choose:
- Factorylite is non-combustible and does not burn!
- Excellent acoustic and thermal properties from factorylite
- Does not require any maintenance
- Factorylite lasts up to 50 years
- Reducing energy consumption and putting money back in your pocket
- It gives you lifelong energy savings
- Factorylite is lightweight
- It is safe to apply and use
- SABS approved ceiling insulation
- Reduces heat penetration by up to 87%
- Has a guaranteed for 30 years
- Keeps the temperature in your home or building constant all year round
- It is Eco – Friendly Ceiling Insulation
- Does not attract vermin
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