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GreenStuf Thermal and Acoustic Soffit Liner (ASL)
Description

GreenStuf® Thermal Soffit Liner is designed to be installed to the underside of masonry and metal pan floors and ceilings to improve the thermal performance and energy efficiency of the building.

Key Features
  • Engineered to improve the thermal performance and energy efficiency of buildings
  • Lowers noise levels by controlling reverberation times in enclosed spaces and Reduces noise spill
  • Thermally bonded without harmful chemicals
  • Safe and easy to install without PPE
  • Made locally in New Zealand
Declare LBC Red List Free
Declare LBC Red List Free
Green Tag Certified
Green Tag Certified
Recyclable Content (Post-Consumer)
Post-Consumer Recyclable Content
Recycled Content (Pre-Consumer)
Pre-Consumer Recycled Content
NZ Made
NZ Made
NZ-Owned Business
NZ-Owned Business
Scope of Use
  • Application: Exposed acoustic insulation
  • Fitting: Underside floors & ceilings

GreenStuf Thermal Soffit Liner is designed to be installed to the underside of masonry and metal pan floors and ceilings to improve the thermal performance and energy efficiency of the building. GreenStuf Thermal Soffit Liner will help lower noise levels by controlling reverberation times in enclosed spaces and reduce noise spill to external areas.

R-Value Thickness Width Form Nominal GSM Nominal Density
(kg/m³)
Thermal Conductivity
(W/mK)
R1.7 75mm 1200mm Slab 1600 21.3 0.044
R2.1 90mm 1200mm Slab 2200 24.4 0.042
R3.0 140mm 1200mm Slab 2400 17.1 0.046
Limitations on Use

To ensure building code compliance, architects and building designers are advised to consult an engineer or the relevant NZ standards before specifying thermal and acoustic insulation products. For information or specification support, please contact a GreenStuf account manager.

Statement of Building Code Compliance

NZBC Compliance: GreenStuf insulation, when installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, will satisfy the 50-year durability clause NZBC B2.3.1 (a). GreenStuf meets the relevant clauses of NZBC C3.4(a) Prevention of Fire, F2 Hazardous Building Materials, and contributes to meeting H1 Energy Efficiency, and G6 Acoustic Design requirements.

Fire regulations: GreenStuf insulation may not be suitable for all applications, as stipulated in the NZBC. Please consult a fire engineer when specifying GreenStuf insulation or contact a GreenStuf account manager for further information.

Acoustic performance: GreenStuf® Thermal Soffit Liner will assist in reducing and controlling reverberant noise in enclosed spaces such as carparks and basements or where it is left directly exposed in ceiling applications. GreenStuf Thermal Soffit Liner acoustic performance testing has been carried out in a laboratory environment in accordance with ISO 354.

Durability: GreenStuf has a 50 year durability warranty.

Hazardous Building Materials: GreenStuf is non-hazardous.

Non-toxic, Non-allergenic, Non-irritant: There are no known hazards with the use or handling of GreenStuf polyester.

B2 Durability compliant
Durability
F2 Hazardous Building Materials compliant
Hazardous Building Materials
H1 Energy Efficiency compliant
Energy Efficiency
Documents
Material Data Sheet
Thermal and Acoustic Soffit Liner Data Sheet
BPIR Document
Thermal and Acoustic Soffit Liner Install Instructions
Durability Warranty
Existing Homes
GreenStuf Guide
H1 Compliance Toolkit
Insulating Safely Around Downlights
Residential Guide
GreenStuf® Thermal Soffit Liner Product Page

GreenStuf thermal and acoustic insulation is made from 100% polyester fibre, with a focus on zero waste and recyclability, it contributes to improved air quality, and is safe to touch.

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