New 260mm & 280mm Superglass Cladding Mat 40

Superglass Cladding Mat 40 is already 1200mm wide to allow quick installation with minimum cutting and reduced waste.

But unlike most cladding insulation, it’s now available as 260mm & 280mm options - meaning you only need one layer rather than two to gain all the performance you need. 


Superglass Cladding Mat 40 is one of the leading medium dense and non-combustible glass mineral wool insulation rolls, designed to provide thermal and acoustic insulation in the walls and roofs of profiled metal clad buildings and portable buildings. It’s also designed to save you time and money by allowing you to get all the performance you need out of just one layer and just one product on site.

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