South Africa’s Total Roof and Ceiling Insulation Solution Provider. D&D Roof Insulations acts as a go-between for manufacturers, architects and quantity surveyors.
Aerolite is a pink, high quality, Glasswool thermal and acoustic ceiling insulation that is bonded with an inert, thermosetting resin. The strong, resilient, flexible blankets are supplied in compression packed rolls and are easy to cut and install.
Starlite Insulation consists of flexible rolls of insulation manufactured from high-quality non-combustible glass mineral fibre using an inert thermosetting binder to form a product which is light-weight, strong, resilient, safe and highly thermally efficient. Starlite® is supplied as a plain blanket for ceiling applications, or faced with a variety of scrim re-inforced facings being aluminium foil or white coated aluminium foil for industrial and steel roof applications. Starlite® is used for thermal and acoustic applications in roofs, walls and ceilings of all types of buildings and has a working temperature of up to 230°C. Standard width: 1200mm Standard Thicknesses available: 50mm, 75mm, 100mm, 135mm Length available: Various
TIPSASA Membership Certificate Datlink’s membership certificate to TIPSASA (Thermal Insulation Products & Systems Association SA).
Starfibre™ Insulation consists of flexible rolls of insulation manufactured from recycled plastic bottles to produce a high quality polyester fibre ceiling insulation which is light- weight, strong, resilient, safe and highly thermally efficient. Starfibre™ is supplied as a plain blanket for thermal and acoustic applications in roofs, walls and ceilings in all types of buildings.
Polyester Fibre insulating blanket manufactured using recycled polyester (PET Coke bottles etc.). Supplied in roll form in various thicknesses…
D&D Roof Insulations supplies roof insulation materials fit for large-format steel roof structures with steel cladding, roof sheeting, side cladding and more
D&D Roof Insulation, specialising in roof insulation materials and thermal efficiency.
Isoboard – the Inverted Roof Concept, also known as protected membrane or upside down roofing, ensures insulating both the water-proofing membrane and the reinforced concrete slab from extreme thermal stress. This is achieved by placing IsoBoard extruded polystyrene insulation board above, instead of below the waterproofing membrane.
We use fibreglass for the cladding of our hangar doors in a self-developed technique. The material is versatile, durable and robust, whilst retaining a high level of translucence. Lighting expenses are reduced, whilst harmful UV-radiation is completely absorbed.