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Specify Mammoth for True Friction-Fit Insulation

Many insulation brands claim to give a “friction-fit” but Mammoth polyester Airlay Insulation sections take that to a whole new level with enhanced thermal performance.

The best thermal performance for insulation is achieved when there are no gaps, creases or compression of the insulation product. Mammoth polyester wall sections are made on New Zealand’s only Airlay manufacturing system which produces insulation sections that are dimensionally true, are self-supporting and allow for a perfect fit between framing.

Independently tested and compared to BRANZ’s generic wall system ratings, systems with Mammoth Airlay Friction Fit wall sections outperformed standard construction R values.

What does this mean for buildings?

  • A smooth edge-to-edge insulation installation that is free of gaps or creases that compromise thermal performance.
  • Easy to install. The sections are simply squeezed into the cavity, then the insulation springs back for the snuggest of fits.
  • No staples, strapping or other mechanical fixings that compress the product which reduces its in-situ R-Value.
  • Higher thermal passes in the building's H1 calculation using Mammoth Airlay Friction Fit wall products over generic insulation in BRANZ systems tests.

Mammoth Insulation is also manufactured by NewZealand’s only carboNZero certified insulation organisation and its products are Red-List Free and BRANZ accredited for greater assurance.

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