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Saint-Gobain new product launch

Saint-Gobain Isover has introduced a series of new products and upgrading its core HVAC solutions.

The latest additions to the HVAC solutions range include Climcover Slab Alu 1, a strong, rigid and lightweight glass mineral wool slab which is claimed to offer up to eight per cent thermal savings compared to heavier traditional products.

It also has excellent acoustic and environmental benefits. Robust and strong, it is suitable for use with external cladding, while its foil facing offers an inherent vapour barrier.

Climcover Roll Alu1 Strong is another of the new products introduced to the range for oval and circular ducts. Developed for use with weatherproof coatings it offers greater compressive strength as well as superior tear resistance when passing fixings through the insulation. 

Finally, Saint-Gobain Isover has extended the Climaver® pre-insulated duct board range by introducing Climaver® Apta, a 40mm board which can be fabricated on and off site. 

Climaver pre-insulated duct board range offers substantial weight savings over sheet metal solutions. This all-in-one alternative to sheet-metal and insulation offers excellent thermal and acoustic performance as well as being more economical in comparison to traditional metal ductwork.   

The entire Saint-Gobain Isover HVAC range has been CE marked in accordance with legal requirements that come into effect at the end of July 2012 for all potential exported HVAC insulation.

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