Conqueror PIR Insulation boards, proudly made in New Zealand, offer exceptional energy efficiency with some of the thinnest available solutions, delivering high R values that help buildings achieve premium levels of energy efficiency. By utilising PIR Insulation, buildings can significantly reduce energy consumption and associated greenhouse gas emissions. The outstanding insulation performance of PIR is attributed to its low density, cross-linked closed cell structure, and low conductivity. Moreover, its hydrophobic nature prevents moisture absorption, ensuring long-lasting thermal performance and product integrity throughout the lifetime of the building.
Conqueror PIR Insulation products are manufactured without the use of ozone-depleting gases, resulting in zero ozone depletion potential (ODP) and low global warming potential (GWP). Furthermore, Conqueror New Zealand holds certifications from Global GreenTag and PHD HealthRate for its insulation boards, demonstrating their commitment to sustainability. These boards are recyclable, containing recycled content and can be reused. In fact, each 100 square meters of Conqueror PIR Insulation boards incorporate up to 3,200 recycled plastic bottles, reducing waste and promoting a circular economy. Additionally, the manufacturing process of these boards is water-free, further enhancing their favourable environmental profile.