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Celotex TB4060 60mm Unit price £24.56 (£29.47 inc VAT) See below for multi-buy discounts*  

 

Thickness: 

60mm
 

Length: 

2.4m
 

Width:  

1.2m
 
 
 
 

Product Summary

Celotex GA4000

The GA 4000 range is a foil faced insulation board with reinforced core foam and thicknesses ranging between 50mm and 90 mm

These boards are silver backed both sides easy to cut with a blade or fine toothed saw. They are ideal for insulating walls concrete or timber floors as well as timber or steel framed walls.

 

Celotex GA 4000 Boards

Cleotex GA4000 Boards

 

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Product Name Size Unit Price Multi-Buy Price* Qty. SubTotal Final Price Ex VAT Discount %
Celotex 12mm Foil Backed PIR Boards TB4012 ( Enquire about availability before ordering) 2400mm*1200mm £10.40 £10.40 
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Celotex 25mm Foil Backed PIR Boards TB4025 2400mm*1200mm £12.80 £12.42 
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Celotex 30mm Foil Backed PIR Boards TB4030 2400mm*1200mm £14.46 £14.03 
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Celotex 40mm Foil Backed PIR Boards TB4040 2400mm*1200mm £18.45 £17.90 
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Celotex 50mm Foil Backed PIR Boards GA4050 2400mm*1200mm £20.15 £19.55 
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Celotex 60mm Foil Backed PIR Boards GA4060 2400mm*1200mm £24.56 £23.82 
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Celotex 70mm Foil Backed PIR Boards GA4070 2400mm*1200mm £28.80 £27.94 
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Celotex 75mm Foil Backed PIR Boards GA4075 2400mm*1200mm £29.76 £28.87 
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Celotex 80mm Foil Backed PIR Boards GA4080 2400mm*1200mm £31.88 £30.92 
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Celotex 90mm Foil Backed PIR Boards GA4090 2400mm*1200mm £35.59 £34.52 
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Celotex 100mm Foil Backed PIR Boards GA4100 2400mm*1200mm £36.18 £34.99 
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Celotex 120mm Foil Backed PIR Boards XR4120 2400mm*1200mm £43.58 £42.27 
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Celotex 130mm Foil Backed PIR Boards XR4130 2400mm*1200mm £48.75 £47.29 
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Celotex 140mm Foil Backed PIR Boards XR4140 2400mm*1200mm £51.67 £50.12 
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Celotex 150mm Foil Backed PIR Boards XR4150 2400mm*1200mm £51.59 £50.04 
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42 mm Dry Wall Screws Box 1000 Box 1000 £8.20 £8.20 
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65mm Dry Wall Screws Box 500 Box 500 £12.95 £12.95 
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75mm Dry Wall Screws Box 500 Box 500 £13.20 £13.20 
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100mm Dry Wall Screws Box 200 Box 200 £12.95 £12.95 
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Foil backed Jointing Tape 100mm *45m 100mm*45m £8.97 £8.97 
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Foil backed Jointing Tape 75mm *45m 75mm*45m £6.95 £6.95 
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Foil backed Jointing Tape 50mm *45m 50mm*45m £4.82 £4.82 
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Polythene Damp proof membrane (black) 4m x 25m 250Mu 4 metres x 25metres £35.05 £35.05 
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Polythene Damp proof membrane (black) 4m x 25m 300Mu 4 metres x 25metres £39.75 £39.75 
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Celotex GGA4000 range is a foil faced insulation board with reinforced core foam and thicknesses ranging between 50mm and 100 mm

These boards are silver backed both sides easy to cut with a blade or fine toothed saw. They are ideal for insulating walls concrete or timber floors as well as timber or steel framed walls.

Product Description

Celotex Tuff-R, with its low emissivity foil facings, is ideal for pitched and flat roofs, solid masonry walls, timber or steel framed systems, and floors.
Celotex Tuff-R is a multi-purpose rigid polyisocyanurate foam (PIR) thermal insulation board with reflective foil facings. provides multi-purpose cavity wall insulation boards that are uniquely reinforced with glass-fibre and feature the best reaction-to-fire performance measured in accordance with new European Standards of any PUR / PIR (Rigid polyurethane / polyisocyanurate) product on the UK market

Product Application

Technical Spec

Product Code

Thickness (mm)

R-value (m2K/W)

U-Value (W/m²K)

Weight (kg/m2)

Board weight (kg)

Celotex GA4050

50

2.25

0.44

1.55

4.46

Celotex GA4055

55

2.50

0.40

1.70

4.90

Celotex GA4060

60

2.70

0.37

1.88

5.41

Celotex GA4065

65

2.95

0.34

2.03

5.85

Celotex GA4070

70

3.15

0.32

2.17

6.25

Celotex GA4075

75

3.40

0.29

2.32

6.68

Celotex GA4080

80

3.60

0.28

2.46

7.08

Celotex GA4090

90

4.05

0.25

2.74

7.89

Celotex GA4100

100

4.50

0.22

3.28

9.45

 

Celotex Tuff-R Zero GA4000 will significantly improve the thermal insulation of new and existing, solid or cavity masonry walls (masonry includes clay and calcium silicate bricks, concrete blocks, natural and reconstituted stone blocks) or timber-frame walls of dwellings and buildings of similar occupancy, type and condition.

The walls of new buildings should be designed and constructed in accordance with the relevant codes of practice, eg BS 5628-3 : 2001.
All walls must be in a good state of repair with no evidence of rain penetration, damp or frost damage.

The surfaces of masonry walls should be sound and free from loose material; large projections should be removed and holes filled and levelled. A survey of the wall may be required to establish the extent of any packing that may be required to ensure the support battens provide a uniform plane for the boards to be fixed.

The installation of insulated dry lining systems requires careful detailing around doors and windows to achieve a satisfactory surface for finishing. In addition, every attempt should be made to minimise the risk of cold bridging at reveals and where heavy party walls are attached to the external wall. In new work the construction must be designed to accommodate the thickness of the dry lining, particularly at reveals, heads, sills and in relation to ceiling height.

On existing walls consideration should be given to lining the reveals with a thinner layer of insulation and lining board.

Services can be incorporated in the void formed between the insulation and the lining boards, making chasing of the wall unnecessary. Where the services have a greater depth than the void, the wall should be chased in preference to the insulation. It is recommended that services penetrating the insulation or any vapour check lining board, eg light switches, power outlets, be kept to a minimum to limit possible penetration of water vapour.
When the system is to be installed in existing buildings it should be realised that a small reduction in room size will occur and that permanent fixtures, eg baths, will present difficulties.

Where Celotex Tuff-R Zero GA4000 should be used

Pitched roof with Sarking

Celotex with pitched roof sarking The void created by a pitched roof can be made habitable by insulating along the plane of the roof pitch with Celotex rigid PIR insulation boards. This creates a warm, potentially habitable roof space in which water pipes and tanks no longer need to be insulated. When used over the roof structure as insulating sarking, Celotex insulation creates a warm roof structure and eliminates thermal bridging at the rafters, whilst the foil facings, used in conjunction with taped joints, provide an effective barrier to moisture vapour and air leakage. The use of a single continuous layer of insulation over the rafters thereby eliminates the risk of condensation and avoids the need for ventilation of the rafter space. Where very low U-values are required Celotex recommends a two-layer system in order to reduce the racking forces on the fasteners required to fix counter-battens to rafters. In this system, the first layer of insulation is applied as a complete layer over the rafters. A second, thinner layer is then fitted over the first layer, between the counter-battens.

Insulation between and over rafters

Celotex insulation between and over rafters

Where headroom and rafter depth is limited, Celotex insulation may be fitted between and over the rafters. The void created by a pitched roof can be made habitable by insulating along the plane of the roof pitch with Celotex rigid PIR insulation boards. This creates a warm, potentially habitable, roof space in which water pipes and tanks no longer need to be insulated. Where headroom and rafter depth is limited, Celotex insulation may be fitted between and over the rafters. If this two-layer solution is chosen, it is important that the thermal resistance of the inner layer (between the rafters), is less than that of the outer layer (over the rafters). This reduces the risk of interstitial condensation between the insulation layers. The condensation risk also depends upon occupancy and building use. Celotex recommends that a condensation risk analysis is obtained to determine the optimum solution for your project.

Insulation between and under rafters

Celotex between and under rafters

The void created by a pitched roof can be made habitable by insulating along the plane of the roof pitch with Celotex rigid PIR insulation boards.This creates a warm, potentially habitable roof space in which water pipes and tanks no longer need to be insulated. If sarking felt is being used, a minimum 50 mm ventilated air space must be provided between the felt and the cold side of the insulation in order to minimise the risk of condensation formation. This is known as ventilated construction. With some breathable membranes, the cold side of the insulation may be placed in direct contact with the membrane (check with membrane supplier prior to specification). However, the outer side of the membrane must be adjacent to an air space to allow moisture vapour to escape to the outside of the building, which is known as an unventilated construction.

Steel stud framed wall insulation

Celotex applied to Stud Walls

Historically, the use of steel framed walls has been found mostly in the construction of commercial buildings. However, the recent growth in Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) has seen an increase in the popularity of lightweight steel framed buildings for both commercial and residential developments.

The offsite pre-fabrication of framed panels allows rapid, accurate construction on site. To minimise building heat losses, rigid thermal insulation is placed on the outside of the frame as a continuous layer to eliminate thermal bridging through the metal studs. This is known as 'warm frame' construction.

The very low thermal conductivity of Celotex tuff-R GA4000 enables high levels of insulation to be achieved with minimal overall thickness.


Beam & block floor insulation

Celotex with beam and block floor

Beam and block floors can be insulated simply by laying Celotex Insulation boards over the floor before applying a screed or board finish. The specification of insulation for ground floors is more complex than that for walls or roofs. This is because the mechanisms for heat flow are affected by the ratio of surface area to perimeter. With a beam and block floor, there is little choice but to install the insulation over the floor before screeding. The ventilated air space beneath any suspended floor can be very cold, so Celotex recommends the application of a continuous vapour control membrane over the top of the insulation, before screeding, to reduce the risk of condensation forming at the insulation/slab interface. This also prevents screed migration between the board joints, thus avoiding cold bridges.

 

 

 

 

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