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  • Foamular V. Polystyrene - The Latest in Polystyrene
    and provided both good background information on the Insulation industry as well as on specific Austech insulation products Green Roof GardensAustralia has seen an increase in popularity when it comes to green roofs over the past 10 years Leading business groups and Australian wide city councils have been dynamic in promoting the benefits of green roofs since 2008 As well as the environmental advantages green roof gardens display architectural prowess brilliance and are physically appealing to the eye Green Roofs are just one of the many applications of the Extruded Polystyrene Foamular As more architects and builders are opting for Foamular over its competitors it has become evident that Foamular is superior in the reduction of moisture absorption its high R values and ability to maintain its thermal and physical properties Visit the following links for more information in regards to Foamular and its application of Green Roof Gardens Foamular is exclusively available throughoutThere is a common misunderstanding amongst the general public when it comes to Polystyrene There is a great difference between Expanded Polystyrene EPS and Extruded Polystyrene XPS Expanded polystyrene foam is commonly known for being used as disposable coffee cups or cushioning material in packaging These are usually white and made up of expanded polystyrene beads This is different from the Extruded Polystyrene process used to construct Foamular Foamular Extruded Polystyrene Many engineers builders architects and home owners are choosing Foamular due to its strong but lightweight nature high compressive strength density and thermal resistance Foamular presents advanced long term thermal performance and outstanding water resistant properties through its high density cell structure Tough and Durable Foamular is a closed cell insulation board which makes it virtually 100 moisture resistant Normally when insulation comes into contact with water it loses its thermal abilities but even when covered

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  • The Latest in Polystyrene - Foamular Newsfeed
    in Latest News Kynfield Residential and Commercial Building Contracts have chosen Foamular Extruded Polystyrene Insulation as the External Insulation Render Substrate for their latest residential project in Putney Continue reading Hits 646 Foamular XPS and Rammed Earth Construction Posted by Foamular on Monday 01 September 2014 in Latest News Stabilised Rammed Earth Construction has many benefits relevant to modern building design It s sustainability high fire resistance thermal mass effect and aesthetic appeal are enhanced by the use of Foamular Extruded Polystyrene Insulation XPS as the Insulation Barrier between the external and internal walls Continue reading Hits 706 Foamular used by Dixon Andrews Architects Posted by Foamular on Tuesday 10 June 2014 in Latest News As a specialist architect with extensive experience and expertise in residential design and construction Dixon Andrews provides a very high level of service at all stages of the design and construction process Unlike most Architects Dixon is involved beginning to end of your project and is very hands on As seen in the image of Dixon on a current worksite in Mosman Continue reading Hits 770 Foamular XPS Floor Heating System Saving Energy Cost Posted by Foamular on Wednesday 28 May 2014 in Latest News Foamular Extruded Polystyrene Insulation helps to reduce heat loss and lower operating costs for floor heating systems Continue reading Hits 753 Increasing Demand of Foamular Extruded Polystyrene Insulation Posted by Foamular on Friday 16 May 2014 in Latest News Mr Guan Wee Seah and Greg Patrick Continue reading Hits 663 Foamular Extruded Polystyrene Insulation Used To Create Model Railways Posted by Foamular on Monday 16 December 2013 in Latest News Foamular Extruded Polystyrene Insulation has always been a versatile product It has been used for roof membranes render substrates insulation inside precast concrete slabs and model trains Continue reading Hits 1300 Foamular Used in Model Making Posted by Foamular on Tuesday 03 December 2013 in Latest News Foamular is more commonly known for its superior ability to insulate commercial industrial and residential properties Recently Foamular has become more and more popular in the model making world Its lightweight nature compressive strength and capacity to be carved and sculpted make the extruded polystyrene a perfect option Foamular has already been used extensively in this industry and the trend is expected to continue including model railways model boats surf boards architectural modelling sculptures and table top games Continue reading Hits 1414 Foamular Green Roof Garden Presentation Posted by Foamular on Tuesday 03 December 2013 in Latest News Applying Foamular into Green Roof garden systems was the key topic at a seminar presented to the Newcastle branch of Australian Institute of Architects Continue reading Hits 1086 Foamular from Austech Chosen for the New Jane Foss Russell Building at USYD Posted by Foamular on Tuesday 03 December 2013 in Latest News The New Jane Foss Russell Building at the University of Sydney has recently opened its doors to staff and students The building is designed to raise the bar in green building It has

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  • The Latest in Polystyrene
    Cold Storage Coolroom Floor Insulation Wine Cellar Insulation Insulated Concrete Sandwich Panels Green Roof Garden Insulation Commercial Underslab Insulation Model Making Foam Products Foamular Extruded Polystyrene Insulation Sheets Foil Faced Foamular Polyboard Enviro 300 Technical Downloads About Us Case Studies FAQ Gallery Environmental Strategy News Contact Us Subscribe to blog Subscribe via RSS Foamular News All the latest news and information from Foamular Home Home This is where you can

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  • The Latest in Polystyrene - Foamular Newsfeed
    in Latest News Kynfield Residential and Commercial Building Contracts have chosen Foamular Extruded Polystyrene Insulation as the External Insulation Render Substrate for their latest residential project in Putney Continue reading Hits 646 Foamular XPS and Rammed Earth Construction Posted by Foamular on Monday 01 September 2014 in Latest News Stabilised Rammed Earth Construction has many benefits relevant to modern building design It s sustainability high fire resistance thermal mass effect and aesthetic appeal are enhanced by the use of Foamular Extruded Polystyrene Insulation XPS as the Insulation Barrier between the external and internal walls Continue reading Hits 706 Foamular used by Dixon Andrews Architects Posted by Foamular on Tuesday 10 June 2014 in Latest News As a specialist architect with extensive experience and expertise in residential design and construction Dixon Andrews provides a very high level of service at all stages of the design and construction process Unlike most Architects Dixon is involved beginning to end of your project and is very hands on As seen in the image of Dixon on a current worksite in Mosman Continue reading Hits 770 Foamular XPS Floor Heating System Saving Energy Cost Posted by Foamular on Wednesday 28 May 2014 in Latest News Foamular Extruded Polystyrene Insulation helps to reduce heat loss and lower operating costs for floor heating systems Continue reading Hits 753 Increasing Demand of Foamular Extruded Polystyrene Insulation Posted by Foamular on Friday 16 May 2014 in Latest News Mr Guan Wee Seah and Greg Patrick Continue reading Hits 663 Foamular Extruded Polystyrene Insulation Used To Create Model Railways Posted by Foamular on Monday 16 December 2013 in Latest News Foamular Extruded Polystyrene Insulation has always been a versatile product It has been used for roof membranes render substrates insulation inside precast concrete slabs and model trains Continue reading Hits 1300 Foamular Used in Model Making Posted by Foamular on Tuesday 03 December 2013 in Latest News Foamular is more commonly known for its superior ability to insulate commercial industrial and residential properties Recently Foamular has become more and more popular in the model making world Its lightweight nature compressive strength and capacity to be carved and sculpted make the extruded polystyrene a perfect option Foamular has already been used extensively in this industry and the trend is expected to continue including model railways model boats surf boards architectural modelling sculptures and table top games Continue reading Hits 1414 Foamular Green Roof Garden Presentation Posted by Foamular on Tuesday 03 December 2013 in Latest News Applying Foamular into Green Roof garden systems was the key topic at a seminar presented to the Newcastle branch of Australian Institute of Architects Continue reading Hits 1086 Foamular from Austech Chosen for the New Jane Foss Russell Building at USYD Posted by Foamular on Tuesday 03 December 2013 in Latest News The New Jane Foss Russell Building at the University of Sydney has recently opened its doors to staff and students The building is designed to raise the bar in green building It has

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  • Foamular Insulates Green Roof Gardens. - The Latest in Polystyrene
    only have to step on a concrete path barefoot in the summer then step onto the grass to feel the difference but Foamular takes this one step further combining high thermal properties with guaranteed performance under garden insulation boardFoamular provides the ideal insulation since it not only has high R values but is moisture resistant Green roof gardens obviously need water so other insulation products would require extensive waterproofing blowing out the budget Foamular is not affected by moisture at all and is even resistant to soil and bacteria making it ideal for retrofits where old buildings need to green up When you insulate your green roof garden with Foamular you obviously dramatically reduce your energy consumption from heating and cooling the building but green roof gardens are also carbon sequestrators meaning they actually remove carbon from the air and improve air quality with the potential to reduce the buildings environmental footprint A well insulated green roof garden will improve comfort in the floors below but it can also create a whole new level to a building A well planned garden can include recreation an area for office staff to relax animals habitats and even a place to produce food

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  • Perishable Goods Warehouse insulated with Foamular Foil Faced Board - The Latest in Polystyrene
    much lower Installing Foamular also will help GlaxoSmithKline meet their green targets by reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions foil foam insulation boardAustpac Salvaging Recycling completed the installation Four men worked through the night to complete the job working in sections to minimise disruption Foamular was simply cut to shape where needed clipped to the existing roofing system then the joints where taped up This simple process saved time and limited the amounts of trades required Each year GlaxoSmithKline s Ermington plant produces more than 65 million packs of Panadol 10 million bottles of paediatric liquids and 25 million tubes of toothpaste They simply could not afford to shutdown or interrupt production and dispatch so all Foamular installation was done at night while the factory was closed Foamular is lightweight and easy to handle which meant less scaffolding and support was needed making it much easier to install and minimising the need to move items around the factory Foamular was retrofitted under the existing steel framed roof which meant many cuts and alterations to the board Extruded polystyrene is closed cell and ridged so it does not lose any strength or insulation properties once cut and can easily be cut

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  • Thermal Insulation from Foamular, The Perfect Choice For A PM Render System's Substrate - The Latest in Polystyrene
    can be screw fixed directly onto studs or masonry and then finished with a Polymer Modified PM render system The panel design creates a seamless render that is impact resistant lightweight constructionFoamular s thermal insulation properties are guaranteed to maintain at least 90 R value for 20 years Foamular s closed cell structure means it cannot absorb water creating a waterproof membrane Insulation that absorbs water will often have dramatic

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  • Freyssinet Chooses Foamular Extruded Polystyrene Insulation From Austech External Building Products - The Latest in Polystyrene
    of the NSW Division chose Austech s Foamular Extruded Polystyrene Insulation as the insulation for their innovative system Foamular Extruded Polystyrene Insulation is a closed cell Extruded Insulation board that has high insulation values that are maintained over the long term 20 year Guaranteed lightweight construction membrane protectionThe added benefits of minimum moisture absorption and high compressive strength ensure Foamular Extruded Polystyrene Insulation will contribute to energy efficiency of the

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