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Are you planning to insulate a terrace, which needs to comply with the required U-value, but you have limited space?
At Recticel Insulation, we are committed to supplying a high-quality insulation solutions for flat roofs. This is the reason why we created Deck-VQ - a tailor-made vacuum insulation solution for insulating terraces, where there is limited space.
Are you planning to insulate a gutter on a terrace, which needs to comply with the required U-value, but you have limited space?
At Recticel Insulation, we are committed to supply a high-quality insulation solutions for flat roofs. This is the reason why we created Deck-VQ - tailor-made vacuum insulation solution for insulating terraces, where there is limited space.
How to install Deck-VQ® vacuum insulation panels?
Deck-VQ® can be applied in warm flat roofs or terraces of a new build and refurbishment projects.
Can I put tiles or a wooden terrace on Deck-VQ® vacuum insulation?Yes, Deck-VQ® is suitable for application in terraces with a tile or wood finishing.
Can I walk on Deck-VQ® vacuum insulation panels?
Yes, this is possible due to the protection layers in high density PIR and the compressive strength of 150 kPa (CS(10\Y)150).
Can I use Vacuum Insulation Panels (VIP) in a tapered flat roof solution?
Yes, this is possible and recommended. We always advise a slope towards the outlets to ensure an adequate water drainage to avoid water stagnation on the roof.
How thick do I need to insulate?
The cleanest energy for heating and cooling, is the energy you do not have to use. That is why we recommend to insulate to a higher standard than the minimum requirement.
Why use Deck-VQ® vacuum insulation panels?
Deck-VQ® Vacuum Insulation Panels offer a great thermal performance.
What is the difference between Deck-VQ® and a Vacuum Insulation Panel?Deck-VQ® is an encapsulated Vacuum Insulation Panel (VIP)
Can you drill, nail or saw into a Vacuum Insulation Panel?
No, because these actions will lead to the loss of vacuum in the VIP and reduce the thermal performance by a factor of three.
What is a Vacuum Insulation Panel or VIP?
VIP is the abbreviation of Vacuum Insulation Panel. A Vacuum Insulation Panel generally comprises a microporous core material (e.g. based on fumed silica), which is introduced into a high barrier multilayer foil envelope.