ConservaHeat Insulation Quilt
The introduction of multi layered foil quilts has revolutionised the insulation industry. At Conservatory Insulations we’ve been working with the industry’s most forward thinking minds to create a product that’s scientifically designed to deal with specific issues seen by conservatory owners across the UK. Understanding the science is key to choosing the correct product for your needs
The configuration of the layers and the materials used within the outer foil hold the key to why ConservaHeat is different to almost all its competitors. Almost all foil quilts on the market use a ‘polymer foil’ outer skin. The problem here, is that they have been developed as a solution for situations that don’t involve direct sunlight and therefore do not require reflective qualities.
The ConservaHeat quilt is scientifically designed and uniquely developed to directly deal with the issues in conservatory roofs. The outer skin is made from a true aluminium foil which deflects direct sunlight whilst maintaining its reflective qualities and therefore avoiding any possibility of heat shrinkage. We have developed the ConservaHeat quilt and its use is exclusive to Conservatory Insulations and remains the only developed for purpose quilt insulation on the market today.
A U-Value is the calculation of heat lost through any given surface. The lower the U-Value, the less heat it allows to pass through.
Our state-of-the-art construction results in a U-Value of only 0.175 W/m2K which will allow for your conservatory to be used in all seasons.
Deciding which material to insulate with can be tricky, to help assist you in deciding which product is right for you we present a comparison between three common conservatory insulation options; ConservaHeat, PIR board and mineral fibre.
|True Aluminium Outer Layer||check||close||close|
|2-in-1 Vapour Control Layer||check||close||close|
|External Layers||True Aluminium Foil|
|Surface Emission Coefficients||0.02|
|Fire Classification||Euro Class E|
|Water Vapour Resistance||1569 MNs/g|