White Tissue Faced Rockfibre Roll 538
Traditionally, homeowners are bound to take up individual insulation measures. This means chopping out separate budgets for installing thermal and acoustic insulation. However, there are ways to implement unique insulation systems that can perform multitasking. What this means is that they can offer both thermal and acoustic protection. The efficiency of such insulations usually depends on the type of material used.
Rockfibre roll is one of the many types of mineral roll insulation that is used mainly for thermal insulation. The traditional way to obtain Mineral rolls is to melt down basalt stone and recycled slag. They are ultimately available in the form boards or batts.
Rockfibre rolls make for a much better option than the traditional fiberglass for a wide array of reasons. The most notable advantage is the superior insulation property (or the R-value). Typically a 2×4 fiberglass insulation has an R-value between 11 ~13. However, the same for mineral roll insulations is usually about (or above) 15. Not only that, but rockfibre rolls are also easier to install and have a lesser harmful impact on the environment. Not to forget they provide a much better sound and heat insulation.
White Tissue Faced Rockfibre roll 538 is a unique blend of traditional mineral roll and white glass tissue. The additional glass tissue face not only improves the aesthetic appeal but also boosts its heat-resistant proficiency. Its distinctive construction is especially suitable for use in certain areas that require extra tear strength without compromising the room’s acoustics.
The design of the white tissue faced rockfibre roll 538 is such that it provides high-end compression resistance. They can withstand heavy loads without causing any significant structural damage, even at high operating temperatures.
So, if you’re in the market looking for a simple and effective thermal and acoustic insulation system, the white tissue faced rockfibre roll 538 will make an excellent choice.