RADMAT QUANTUM FITS THE BILL
With recent changes to building regulations and all the benefits that improved energy efficiency brings, there has been a huge growth in the demand for roofing systems that improve thermal performance whilst keeping building fabric as thin as possible. But for applications such as balconies and terraces this hasn’t always possible, until now. The new Protherm Quantum Inverted Roof System from Radmat enables even these demanding applications to provide low U-values and thin solutions.
Powered by the same technology used to keep donor organs and drugs at a stable temperature; Vacuum Insulated Panels, Radmat Protherm Quantum Inverted Roof System achieves an exceptionally low U-value of 0.15W/mk2 whilst using 80% less thickness than a traditional XPS insulation.
Manufactured in a state-of-the-art production facility in the UK, the Vacuum Insulation Panels consist of a microporous core which is evacuated of air and moisture prior to being encased and sealed in a thin, gas-tight special hybrid aluminium. This combination provides outstanding thermal conductivity of 0.007 W/m.K, thereby achieving the thinnest possible insulation solution available today.
Used in applications with Q-Protect, Q-Flex, Q-Therm and TS thermal sheet, Radmat’s latest product innovation offers a thinner, more versatile, aesthetically-pleasing and thermally efficient solution in an industry where there are a number of high performance insulation products to choose from, and fits the bill for specifiers, contractors and clients alike.