Ballytherm Insulation is a foil-faced Polyisocyanurate (PIR) insulation board.
The PIR board is formed by a continuous foaming process which gives the board its tight cell structure and bonds the facing to the foam. After foaming the boards are cut to size and left to cure.
Ballytherm Insulation boards are produced in sizes up to 2400 by 1200mm and in thicknesses between 25 and 100mm: boards up to 150mm thick can be supplied upon request. Most Ballytherm boards are butt edged, although rebated and tongue and grooved boards are available.
Ballytherm insulation boards have a yellow foam core with laminated foil facings printed with the company logo.
Ballytherm is a strong, rigid board suitable for self-supporting applications in floors, walls and roofs. It can withstand the loadings in groundbearing
Ballytherm Insulation is produced with a zero ozone depletion blowing agent. The insulation boards' low thermal conductivity means less material is required to achieve a given thermal resistance than for most other insulants. During its service life the insulation will save many times more energy than is
taken to manufacture it.