Insulation for multiple applications.
Eurothane® GP is a high performance PIR insulation board that is light weight, easy to cut, handle and install. Whether it’s a pitched roof, framed wall or floor, Eurothane® GP is the ideal solution amongst contractors and installers
- Suitable for multiple applications
- Good thermal performance: λ = 0.022 W/mK
- Quick and easy installation
Floors, Pitched roofs, Internal walls, Ceiling, Loft
Getting started with Eurothane GP
|Lambda (λ)||0.022 W/mK|
|Fire performance||Euroclass F|
|Edge finishing||Square edges|
|Compressive strength||dN <50mm : 120 kPa - dN 50-160mm 140 kPa|
|Insulation thickness||RD ( m²K/W)|
|160 mm *||7.25|
|* Available on demand (subject to minimum order quantity)|
How to insulate pitched roofs with Eurothane® GP?
Eurothane® GP insulation boards are very popular amongst professional installers. The boards are light, easy to install and allow efficient cutting on site. The boards are laid with the long edges parallel to the rafters, tightly butted in a brick-bond pattern.
All board joints running eaves-to-ridge should be supported by rafters. Boards can be temporarily fixed with nails prior to counter battening.
How to insulate framed walls with Eurothane® GP?
The boards are fitted in a tightly butted brick-bond pattern between the framed wall battens.
How to insulate floors with Eurothane® GP?
The boards are laid in a tightly butted brick-bond pattern. If the desired insulation thickness comprises two layers, board joints should be staggered and the thicker layer positioned outermost.
Always up-to-date with Eurothane® GP
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Brochure UK Handy Guide1816KB
Certificate BBA Eurothane GP pitched roof136KB
Certificate BBA Eurothane GP timber frame606KB
Certificate BBA Eurothane GP underfloor221KB
Certificate DoP Eurothane GP395KB
Specification guide Floors8206KB
Specification guide Pitched Roofs1696KB
Technical datasheet Eurothane GP2787KB
2019, Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire
2019, Moseley, Birmingham
Published on 14 April 2021
Published on 21 May 2021