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WALLTITE® CV100 Cavity Wall Insulation, complies with the requirements of Ofgem for an "Appropriate Guarantee" under the requirements of the Energy Companies Obligation.
WALLTITE® CV 100, closed cell polyurethane foam, has now received BBA certification for insulation and stabilisation of masonry cavity walls. The certification recognises both the improved thermal insulation and structural stability that can be achieved by using this type of system.
WALLTITE® spray foam insulation has recently been certified by the National Standards Authority, Ireland. This brings the third party certification in Ireland to the same level as that in the UK where WALLTITE® is fully certified by both BBA and LABC.
The WALLTITE® team at BASF is being further strengthened as Esther Ingram joins the Marketing Team in the role of Marketing Co-ordinator. In this position, Esther’s role is to be the first point of contact with new and existing customers for any incoming queries as well as co-ordinating all marketing activities around the WALLTITE® product.
When chemical company BASF brought WALLTITE® to the UK it was a project that involved far more than the introduction of a new type of insulation. With a successful track record in Canada the company knew that changing the way specifiers and builders choose to insulate buildings requires a long-term vision and commitment
Airtightness is an increasingly important consideration for building designers. As we reduce target energy use the proportion of energy lost through uncontrolled infiltration increases and losses through the building fabric can make up a significant proportion of this.
The result of the latest consultation on The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) concluded that hard to treat cavity walls should be eligible for ECO funding under the Carbon Saving targets. This change recognised both the number of structures in this category and the potential CO2 savings that could be achieved by treating them effectively