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Case Studies

Canal Boat for the Seagull Trust

A.L Gordon Engineering Ltd, Falkirk

Project comprised the insulation of a new steel hulled canal boat being built for the use of physically handicapped children. Pu foam comprising a medium density formula was used to spray the hull above bilge level and the cabin walls and ceiling to a depth or around 50mm.
This material was chosen for its improved resistance to water penetration and general insulating properties.

Historic Building Extension, Milnathort

Private Client

Project comprised masonry built extension to an existing building. The walls incorporated an insulated cavity and were strapped out internally with our foam being applied direct to the inner blockwork between studs to a depth of 50mm.

The roof space was sprayed to a depth of 150mm.

Work was completed to suit the Client’s programme with them saying they are ‘delighted with the insulation’, the quality of the installation ‘excellent’ and they would be ’happy to act as a reference.’

Timber Framed Kit, Evanton

 

 

G Developments Ltd

Project comprised new build timber framed kit with 145mm water blown open cell foam sprayed between studs of external walls and between the trusses of the Sun room roof.

Work was completed in under 5 days which included spraying and trimming back as required to enable the subsequent fitting of plasterboard.

The Client has since returned to eco Insulate Ltd looking for prices for 2 other projects with which he is involved.

Timber Framed Kit, Biggar

Private Client

New build timber frame project involving the application of open cell foam to the roof and external walls.

The roof was sprayed to a depth of 200mm, external walls to a depth between studs of 145mm. Additional work to reduce noise from airborne sound transmission was carried out by spraying internal partition walls with 75mm of the same material.

The work was carried out over a number of months to suit progress on site and on completion the Client’s comments included ‘staff were very helpful and knowledgeable’ with the overall experience of our company being ‘excellent’.

Air Sealing at Clathymore, Perth

A and J Stephen Ltd

New build timber framed build comprising a mixture of quilt insulation and insulated plaster board to achieve the required ‘U’ value. However air tightness was critical for the client and eco Insulate were specified to apply an open cell foam to both insulate and air seal between storey height panel joints, corner and other joint details.

The building initially achieved an airtightness of 3 but is expected to achieve a rating of 1-2 once other non treated areas were sealed.

 
 
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