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Celotex Insulation

Celotex is one of the UK’s foremost manufacturers of PIR insulation boards.  Thanks to their enduring commitment to innovation, Celotex insulation is renowned for its exceptional performance. T...

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Common Questions About Celotex Insulation

Is Celotex Waterproof?

Yes, Celotex insulation is designed to effectively fight excess moisture in the air. This is thanks to the closed cell structure of their products, which makes them hydrophobic; meaning they do not absorb water. This prevents their thermal performance from degrading over time due to water damage, mould or damp.

Is  Celotex Dust Dangerous?

Yes and no, Celotex is non-toxic but breathing dust in from their insulation boards will irritate your lungs. Therefore, while working with Celotex insulation, you should wear protective equipment such as coveralls, goggles and a face mask. 

About Celotex

As part of the Saint-Gobain group, Celotex have quickly become a highly recognised and respected manufacturer of insulation products. Their insulation boards are used on both small and large construction projects right across the UK, both in residential and commercial properties.

At the heart of their range of products is the incredibly thin TB4000 insulation boards. Much like their other products, these have been designed to minimise thermal bridging. This is achieved using superior insulating materials and a low emissivity aluminium foil facing.

In addition to the TB4000, Celotex supply the ever-popular GA4000 and XR4000. These can be used universally around a property, with them being suitable for use in floors, walls and roofs. Each Celotex insulation board is available in a variety of thicknesses, so you’re sure to find the ideal insulation for your project with Celotex.

Beyond their commitment to product innovation, they are also passionate about sustainability. It is because of this commitment that they were awarded the A+ Green Guide rating by BRE Global in 2009. Their products are also approved by third parties such as Ofgem.