Styroliner® is an insulated dry lining board that is used to create warmer rooms and reduce energy consumption. Styroliner is constructed from Styrofoam extruded polystyrene (XPS), which is faced with plasterboard. It provides a simple and cost effective solution to insulating walls and is suitable for both refurbishments and new build applications.
The benefits of Styroliner®:
- Low thermal conductivity
- High resistance to moisture
- Long term effective insulation
- Class ‘O’ to Building Regulations
- Eco grade foam available with ODP of zero and GWP of one
- Easy to fit insulated wall board
Styroliner® comprises plasterboard bonded to a backing of Styrofoam to provide an effective, energy saving wall insulation board.The styrofoam insulation backing is a blue extruded polystyrene which combines low thermal conductivity and a high resistance to moisture to ensure permanent long-term insulation. Styrofoam is CFC and HCFC free and has an Ozone depletion potential (ODP) of zero.
Styroliner boards are supplied in a standard sheet size of 2400 x 1200mm and are available in 5 overall thicknesses: 27, 35, 40, 48, 60 & 85mm.
Styroliner is CFC + HCFC free and has zero ozone depletion potential
The Plasterboard face has a class 1 surface spread of flame to BS476:Part 7:1987
We pride ourselves on our high level of quality & service and all our products are manufactured to British Standard BS EN ISO 9001:2015. We keep extensive stocks at our Sheffield warehouse close to Junction 31 off the M1, ready for collection or distribution across the UK.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION (6th Nov 2019):
Over the next few weeks, the insulation foam used to make Styroliner - Dow Styrofoam, will be changing brand names to Ravatherm XPS. This product is now manufactured by Ravago Building Solutions – Europe’s largest manufacturer of XPS insulation. The level of quality will remain the same. If you have any questions regarding this name change, please contact our technical sales team.
- Blue Styrofoam LBH will be changing to Blue Ravatherm XPS H LB
For more information – read here.