Timber Framed Buildings – Open and Closed Panels

Timber Framed Buildings – Open and Closed Panels

For open panel walls (i.e. walls which are insulated prior to the installation of the internal sheathing board, Cosycell fibre insulation may be damp spray applied. Once sprayed, the wall is leveled off to the depth of the studs, ensuring the wall is completely filled, with no air pockets or voids, even around pipe work , wiring or other obstructions.

Cosycell is installed in closed panel structures including walls, floors and sloping roofs using a turbo fill injection nozzle. The panel is closed with a sheathing board or air tight membrane and a hole is made through which Cosycel fibre is injected. The fibre delivery machine measures the density of insulation to ensure the void is completely filled to the correct density.

Attics and lofts – Open blown

Cosycell can be used to insulate all types of lofts and attics. Ventilator trays are installed into the eaves to ensure proper ventilation is maintained. The insulation is pumped through a hose attached to the fibre delivery system allowing access to the most restricted spaces such as low roofs, shallow eaves and small loft openings.