5m Roll Thermo Fleece 100mm Thick Reduce Airborne sound

5m Roll Thermo Fleece 100mm Thick Reduce Airborne sound

5m Roll Thermo Fleece 100mm Thick Reduce Airborne sound

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5m Roll Thermo Fleece 100mm Thick Reduce Airborne sound
Description:

Thermo Fleece by Sound Deadening Mat is an itch-free sustainable insulation quilt manufactured from recycled plastic bottles. 
 
Thermo Fleece offers a safe, sustainable and cost effective way to insulate your camper van. It contains 100% recycled polyester and is made almost entirely from recycled plastic bottles.  

It is suitable for all vehicle applications, is non-irritant and requires no protective clothing when installing. It will not absorb moisture and does not support mould growth.
 
Sound Deadening Thermo Fleece can be cut using a straight edge and a Stanley knife, or simply torn apart.
 
Thermo Fleece is long-lasting and safe to handle. It can be used to insulate between campervan panels or simply laid on top of existing van insulation to improve overall insulation performance.
 
For best performance use on top of a Sound Deadening Thermo Van Liner base layer.
 
Features:
Width – 390mm
Length - 5m
Coverage/Roll - 2.34sq.m 
Thickness – 100mm
Provides excellent thermal insulation performance.
Contains a lofting agent to maintain durability.
Manufactured in accordance with ISO 9001
Made from recycled plastic bottles with up to 95% recycled content.
Safe to handle and can be recycled or safely disposed of.
Fire tested to BS 5803-4 (exceeds all vehicle specs)
Made in the UK
 
Specifications:
Thermal Conductivity: 0.040W/mK
Density: 13kg/m3
Water Absorption: (@100% RH): 0% w/w
Specific Heat Capacity: 1000 Jkg-1K-1
Vapour Resistivity: 5 MN·s·g–1m–1
Ignition Point: >500oC
Flammability to BS 5803-4: Pass
Composition: 100% recycled polyester, >95% recycled content

Typical uses of this product:
Install in camper van panels to improve overall insulation performance.
Safe, sustainable and cost effective way to insulate your vehicle or home.
Can be used to reduce airborne sound.

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