5 to 10 working days
Insulation rolls, made from recycled plastic, for ceiling level applications in the loft space and separating floors
Suitable for use in loft floor Applications. Can also be used in separating floor applications.
Made of 100% recycled polyester from recycled plastic bottles.
Does not contain any harmful chemicals or binders.
Converting plastic bottles into insulation helps divert many tonnes of waste plastic from landfill or incineration plants, helping to protect our environment.
Can be safely handled without gloves or protective clothing
Thicknesses and Availability:
This SupaSoft roll range includes the following readily available product thicknesses: 50mm and 100mm.
5 to 10 working days
|Thermafleece SupaSoft 50mm, 3 x 0.39x10m = 11.7m²
Thermafleece SupaSoft is sent direct to site from the manufacturer and is subject to the Thermafleece Insulation & Membranes shipping charge.
Reasonable stock levels are held with delivery lead times being around 4-5 working days. Larger orders can take a little longer ... up to 5-10 working days.
Thermafleece reserves the right to change stocked products - while we will do all we can to keep on top of changes, availability and lead times my vary.
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 rolls
Thermafleece SupaSoft, made from recycled plastic bottles, is suitable for use at loft floor level and separating floors.
Core: Thermafleece SupaSoft roll is manufactured from 100% recycled polyester, made from recycled bottles, compressed and cut into roll lengths.
|approx. 15 kg/m³
|> 5 MNs/gm
Thermafleece SupaSoft roll is manufactured in accordance with quality management system ISO 9001. All products must be installed in accordance with guidance issued by Thermafleece.
Where building regulation approval is required, you should take advice from your local building control authority and the building designer.