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November 30th, 2011

GRADIENT has supplied a bespoke insulation solution for the new roof of the Royal Victoria Building at Edinburgh’s General Western Hospital, using Powerdeck F insulation board.

11109Gradient’s Paul Simpson said: “Our single-layer systems are individually designed to provide bespoke solutions, and the various elements required to create the insulation and drainage falls for each project are bonded together under carefully controlled factory conditions. This means that the resulting sections can be installed far more rapidly than a conventional multi-layer system which would have to be built on-site, layer by later, in a very labour intensive manner.”

Gradient’s Powerdeck F tapered insulation is a closed-cell rigid polyiscyanurate foam core board, faced on both sides with a perforated, mineral-coated glass fibre tissue.

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