SureCav 25

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SureCav 25

SureCav 50

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SureCav 50

Washers

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Washers

Type-W Vent

Translucent Type-W Vent. 50 vents to a box. Standard size 105/115mm...

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Type-W Vent

Type-W Vent Extender Duct

Type W Extension Duct - Translucent. 50 ducts to a box. Extension...

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Type-W Vent Extender Duct

Installing the SureCav Panel with a Timber-Framed Building

Step by Step Installation

  • First, make the corner piece. Using the bend line on the sheet, bend the flat sides together. Now bend the sheet the other way until the pods are touching, repeating this a couple of times until you have the angle you require.
  • Place this corner piece directly against the breather membrane of the timber-frame structure and, using the joining strips, continue to build the panels along in each direction.
  • If you find you need extra ties for random stonework, screw the tie into the back of the SureCav pod using a seal-washer. If you simply wish to fix the panel in place – then just use the seal- washer without the tie.
  • Now, fit the horizontal joining strips before starting the next row, cutting them around the timber-frame ties. It is recommended that the joints of the panels are staggered to add strength to the system. Then continue to fix the panels along the row, trimming the length to meet the corner panel.
  • Please note: The 900mm joining strips are to be used for the horizontal joints. Cut a long joining strip up to a wall tie and use the off-cut to start the next section. The 400mm joining strips are designed to exactly fit the vertical joints of the SureCav panel.
  • If you find the cut coincides with the pods, then cut a shorter length and insert a new SureCav section.
  • The stone wall is built directly against the panels. These SureCav panels remain in the cavity for the lifetime of the building, providing an excellent air-flow system that ensures the cavity remains free from the build-up of moisture. 

 

We have just built a new build using SureCav25 and found it superb to use, allowing us to increase insulation thicknesses within the build, enabling us to achieved a great EPC (energy performance)...

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