Frequently Asked Questions

Many of our customers have specific questions about our professional insulation services. Here are just a few of the frequently asked questions we hear at Nutec Space Wrap.

 

General Questions

Space Wrap is the leading manufacturer of Multifoil insulation on the market. We have produced the world’s highest performing multifoil insulation in SF60, and also the highest performing breathable multifoil range with our ‘BB’ range. We have a wide range of distributors based over the UK, Ireland & Europe, meaning that Space Wrap is always available when you need it.

You can have peace of mind when using any of the Space Wrap ranges, knowing they have been rigorously tested to ensure they meet the high, reliable standard that you require! All of our products are independently tested by certified third-party labs & notified bodies to ensure the highest quality.

The wadding material used to manufacture Space Wrap products is produced from up to 40% recycled materials, namely plastic drinking bottles. This is helping to reduce the amount of new, raw plastic materials being made. On average, each roll of Space Wrap SF19+ we manufacture contains 450 plastic bottles. This one Sustainability choice prevents over 80 million plastic bottles from ending up in landfill each year!

Space Wrap products can be installed in a variety of locations - Our ranges can be used to install within floors,walls and roofs ( both under and over rafters). They can be used in both new build or retrofit projects. However, the use of our products has spread far and wide from camper van installations to a record breaking hot air balloon!

Absolutely not! Space Wrap is designed to prevent condensation from building within your insulation. Our ranges of insulation will either provide you with a vapour control layer or a breathable membrane depending on the placement of the insulation. Vapour control layers are placed internally and will stop warm air within the home from entering into the layers of insulation. Breathable membranes are placed externally to your insulation, allowing any build up of moisture to escape from the fabric of your build.

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