1 to 5 working days
High performance rigid Polyisocyanurate (PIR) general application insulation board
Suitable for use in a number of applications including roof, wall and floor systems.
Includes low emissivity foil facings giving improved thermal insulation performance within cavity air spaces.
Easy to cut and shape.
Can be used to improve reliable long-term energy savings for buildings.
Thicknesses and Availability:
Available in most popular thicknesses at most depots; short lead-times may apply if we need to get stock in before delivering to site.
This GA4000 Range includes the following readily available product thicknesses: 50mm, 60mm, 70mm, 75mm, 80mm, 90mm and 100mm.
1 to 5 working days
|Celotex GA4050 50mm, 1.2×2.4m = 2.88m²
Celotex GA4000 is sent out from depots nationwide and is subject to the Local Depot Delivery minimum order levels and delivery charge thresholds.
Reasonable stock levels are generally held at most of our depots. In some geographic locations, depots may stock alternates, however, we will contact you to discuss before proceeding with the order.
Where products need to be brought in from Celotex, please allow approx. 1 week for delivery.
Product availability depends upon stock levels at closest depot and delivery logistics to geographic locations.
Delivery charges will be calculated at check-out. Please visit our Ordering From Us page for further details on minimum order levels and delivery charges. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me via our Contact Form or on 01903 899 898.
General application insulating board
Celotexs high performance polyisocyanurate (PIR) foam board, GA4000, is suitable for use in pitched and flat roofs, solid masonry walls, timber and steel framed systems, and floors.
Core: Celotex GA4000 is manufactured from rigid polyisocyanurate (PIR) using a blowing agent that has zero ozone depletion potential (zero ODP) and low global warming potential (GWP).
Facings: Faced on both sides with a low emissivity aluminium foil, autohesively bonded to the insulation core during manufacture.
|140 kPa at 10% compression
|BS EN 826:2013
|> 300 MNs/gm