Isofoam South Africa (Pty) Ltd, was established in 1995 by the Kharafi Group of companies, with the aim of introducing IsoBoard Extruded Polystyrene (XPS) Thermal Insulation board to the South African Market.
According to NRCS VC 9092, The Compulsory Specification for Preservative Treated Timber, any preservative treated timber product claiming to be preservative treated must be branded as specified in the relevant SANS product standards. An important part of the brand is the Hazard Class, which indicates the service conditions to which the product is exposed and the level of treatment or level of protection that must be applied to the wood. The Hazard Classes have been defined as follows…
IsoBoard Insulation installed over purlin under roof sheet. — In South Africa, the bulk of retail and industrial buildings are steel-sheet clad frames, where 70% of the heat gain is through the roof. IsoBoard over purlin insulation is the most cost effective method of achieving thermal efficiency in these buildings.
The T300-MR & T300 Thermatite Sectional Insulated Steel Doors are ideal for Commercial & Agricultural Warehousing, Fire Hall & Ambulance Bays, Refrigerated Buildings, Underground Parking and High Security Facilities
EuroDrain Technology wastewater treatment plants offer both below and above ground options. Designed according to the client’s requirements, the plants meet the local effluent specifications of the relevant country’s Water Affairs Departments.
Nigerian scientist Dr. Kolawole Olonade from Obafemi Awolowo University in Ile-Ife received the "German African Innovation Incentive Award" for the project research idea of re-using the residues of cassava as a rheology modifier for concrete and building materials.
It’s worth considering retro-fitting an insulated ceiling to an existing building or home. The obvious reason is to control heat flow through the ceiling space, restricting heat from roof system entering the room below, or containing heat within a living or working space.