Datlink Insulation

Insulation and Acoustics

Datlink is a diverse supplier of thermal and acoustic products, we specialise in supplying products that perform more than one function i.e. ceilings. Our product range, includes skimmed ceilings, suspended ceilings, bespoke acoustic products, insulated bricks and plasters and lay on ceiling insulation etc.

Ownership of Datlink Insulation & Acoustics changed in February 2013, with the goal of providing an upgraded insulation and roofing solution to all sectors of the industry. The four new owners of Datlink Insulation & Acoustics have over 100 years of accumulative experience in the construction, project management, manufacturing and financial industries. Recent legislation stipulates improved thermal solutions within both heavily and lightly populated working and living environments and covers the full range from domestic through to industrial buildings. Recent educational drives, seminars and courses have helped make the legislation more understandable for both end-users and specifiers, but the knowledge of which products are the best ‘fit for purpose’ within this legislation still requires continuous input. Datlink prides itself on supplying this input to professional architects, engineers and end users across the construction and supply industry.

Just as important as choosing the correct product is identifying the correct details and fixing methods that ensure that the product choice is installed according to the specifications. The Datlink team is dedicated to making sure that the correct products are used in accordance with the client’s brief, the legislation and the allocated budget. This ensures that the client ultimately benefits from a ‘fit for purpose’ solution which conforms to best practice for the occupancy of the building. MD of Datlink Insulation & Acoustics, Craig Fussell, has one major goal with regards to their ‘new’ company; that is to make sure that the company supplies both a full technical design support service at design stage and an efficient and cost-effective supply of the suitably specified material. This hands-on approach ensures that the client actually receives their originally designed ‘fit for purpose’ environment and avoids unnecessary disappointment if the original (correct) specification was changed without their full understanding of the implications.