Dow’s XENERGY™ SL roofing insulation product has been endorsed by the British Board of Agrément (BBA), which provides a recognised symbol of quality and reassurance for the construction industry.
It follows Dow’s recent success in becoming the first company to attain a coveted Green Guide Rating A+ by BRE Global for XENERGY™ SL, and the only XPS manufacturer to achieve this internationally recognised certificate.
XENERGY™ SL is a flame-retarded, XPS roof insulation product, which achieves significantly improved lambda insulation performance delivering a Global Warming Potential (GWP) of less than five.
By using CO2 as the blowing agent and adding infra-red blocking particles to scatter and reflect heat radiation within the foam board used for XENERGY™ SL, lambda values have been decreased by up to 11%.
The result is reduced heat transfer during winter to keep a building warm, as well helping to keep it cool in the summer.
Chris Gimson, Head of Commercial at Dow Building Solutions, said:
“We are very proud that XENERGY™ SL has been endorsed by the BBA.
“The BBA certification provides yet more evidence of the quality of our product and further assurance for the construction industry that XENERGY™ SL will deliver all the benefits that Dow promises.”
XENERGY™ SL is manufactured at Dow’s production facility in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, where a wind turbine is used to generate renewable energy for the company’s manufacturing processes. This has resulted in a 13 percent decrease in the site’s electricity bill and contributes to Dow’s commitment to meeting its sustainability goals by 2025.
For more details on stockists of XENERGY™ SL visit www.styrofoam.co.uk.