D&D Roof Insulations
Roof insulation materials
D&D Roof Insulations specialises in the supply of a host of roof insulation materials for all types of buildings.
location_on Pretoria, Gauteng
Africa Thermal Insulations
Thermal Insulation
Manufactures, sells, markets and distributes building insulation products throughout Southern Africa.
location_on Krugersdorp, Gauteng
Alucushion Thermal Insulation
Reflective thermal insulation products
Alucushion is a multi-purpose insulation material used in factories, warehouses, shopping centres, schools, residential buildings and affordable housing. Reflective thermal insulation products.
location_on Pretoria, Gauteng
Maxiflex Door Systems
Manufacturer & Supplier of door systems
#1 in industrial doors, loading dock equipment, impact doors and strip curtains.
location_on Kempton Park, Gauteng
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today23 Aug 2017
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D&D Roof Insulations - South Africa's Total Roof and Ceiling Insulation Solution Provider

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.
today23 Jun 2017
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Starlite® Insulation

Starlite® 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.
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today2 Apr 2012

Eco-friendly insulation for Castle of Good Hope

Constructed originally between 1666 and 1679, the Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town is one of South Africa's oldest surviving buildings and it is still in use. It is the seat of the military in the city and houses the Castle Military Museum and the William Fehr Collection of Cape Town’s Iziko Museums. Military personnel, museum administrators and tourism support staff are at work within its four-metre wide walls.  However, inside the massive structure of the outer walls, there has been for many years a problem with the working environment. Despite the high thermal mass of the structure, the dark coloured roofing material has a high thermal conductivity and low insulating properties. This means the office space heats up through summer and becomes chilly in winter, once the inside walls have cooled to the ambient temperature.
today7 Sep 2015
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D&D Roof Insulations for Starlite® roof and side-cladding insulation

Manufactured in South Africa, Starlite® has been successfully applied in commercial and industrial roof and side-cladding insulation applications since 2004.
today15 Sep 2014

Eco-friendly, energy efficient roof and ceiling insulation

Starlite Insulation, from D & D Roof Insulations, consists of flexible rolls of insulation manufactured from high quality, non-combustible, glass mineral fibre using an inert thermosetting binder to form a lightweight, strong, resilient, safe and highly thermally efficient product.
today24 Oct 2016

Twenty one and still going strong ... 342 now certified

The students pictured with the LSF structure they erected as part of the practical work of the course. Their qualifications ranged from Quantity Surveying and Mechanical Engineering, to Project Managers, some being CEO’s of their companies. The Southern African Light Steel Frame Building Association (SASFA) has successfully presented its 6-day training course for light steel frame building (LSFB) contractors – for the 21st time! The course was presented at The Building Centre in Cape Town during the week 26 September to 1 October 2016.
today15 Jul 2012

Basalt fibre technology for concrete reinforcing

Ground-breaking basalt fibre technology for reinforcing concrete has been introduced to the South African market by Basalt Technology, part of the PMSA group of companies. PMSA (Pan Mixers South Africa) is a leading supplier of manufacturing machinery and technology for concrete bricks, blocks and paving.  PMSA marketing and sales manager, Quintin Booysen, says Basalt Technology was officially established in January 2012, to promote the substantial benefits of its new concrete reinforcing product StoneRod, which is made from basalt rock.