Ballytherm is an award-winning innovative company that manufactures effective insulation materials. Ballytherm was founded in 2002 and started manufacturing in a plant in Ballyconnell. Ballytherm supplies effective insulation products to the building and construction industry. Ballytherm products are distributed to the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, and the United Kingdom. Ballytherm can supply insulation from their stock or can produce bespoke boards to match specific project requirements.
Ballytherm manufacture flexible–faced rigid PIR Insulation boards for residential or commercial buildings and is mainly used for floor, wall, and roofs applications. By providing your residential or commercial building.
Ballytherm Insulation is a Polyisocyanurate (PIR) insulation board with foil facing on each side. 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 is well suited for use in areas where damp can occur like basements. Ballytherm insulation boards are fire resistant and can remain at stable temperatures up to 400ºc, a protective char will then form on the boards to slow down the spread of flames. They can be used safely behind non-flammable materials such as plasterboard which makes a well-suited product for areas where flame resistance is necessary such as between houses / flat apartments. Ballytherm board are lightweight making it easy to cut, handle and install. It provides high-performance thermal conductivity. When installed correctly the product will last for as long as the building does. Ballytherm is designed to never rot which has created a product that is mould, pest and insect free.
- Standard size board: 2400mm x 1200mm
- Thicknesses range between 25mm and 150mm
- Boards can also be cut to custom sizes up to 200mm thickness.
- Standard boards are butt edged, rebated, tongue and groove.
- Printed with company logo
- Zero Ozone Depletion
- Moisture Resistant
- Thermal Conductivity 0.022W/mK.
Other Ballytherm Applications:
Ballytherm can be used in a variety of floor construction types such as precast concrete, suspended timber, and ground-bearing concrete.
Ballytherm can be used in most wall constructions including internally lined solid walls, and masonry cavity walls.
Ballytherm can be used for loft/roof insulation by fitting the insulation between the rafters in the roof.
Ballytherm Timber Frame Wall Insulation and Steel Frame Wall Insulation can be used when either fixed between timber studding, combined with a dry lining system or insulated sheathing facing the cavity. It can be effective to reduce the thermal transmittance (U value) of external walls of conventional timber or steel frame dwellings up to 18 m in height.