High wear-resistance microfibre fleece
Very high resistance to driving rain
Very high thermal stability
Suitable for use as a temporary roof covering as recommended by pro clima
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High-performance roof underlays
Solitex Mento is designed to be used with most typical roof cladding systems
Solitex Mento 1000 – Three layer roof underlay
30 days exposure, Light-weight, high wear-resistance, high resistance to driving rain, very high thermal stability
Solitex Mento 3000 – Three layer roof underlay
90 days exposure, Medium weight, very high wear-resistance, high resistance to driving rain, very high thermal stability
Also available: Connect – technology with two integrated self-adhesive strips
The earliest form of insulation was during the Middle Ages, when the walls of homes were stuffed with mud and straw to keep out the cold.
In the mid-1970s, home improvement companies traded asbestos insulation for fiberglass insulation after finding out the harmful effects asbestos has on lungs.
Fiberglass was invented when a young researcher named Dale Kleist attempted to create a vacuum-tight seal between two pieces of glass and a high-pressure jet of air shot through and turned them into fibers.
Today, an un-insulated home can lose up to 60% of its energy through walls and the ceiling.
Insulation is measured using an “R-value,” which refers to its resistance to heat flow. The higher the R-value, the better it will insulate.
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