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Low E Seam Tape

Low E Seam Tape is our original reflective insulation tape product. Only 5.5mm thick Low-E® Insulation acts not only as a superior air infiltration barrier, reducing draughts and uncontrolled air movement, but it also increases thermal performance by blocking up to 97% of radiant heat.

Low-E Seam Tape

Low-E® Seam Tape is super strong comes on a roll 75mm wide and 45 meters long. Once applied to our Insulation using a squeegee the Seam Tape becomes barely visible.

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We pride ourselves on our technical support and customer service. Our aim to deliver products to you through our network of distributors around the UK and Ireland within 48 hours and throughout Europe in 72 hours

Unlike some other insulation materials that off gases, Low-E® is totally non-toxic and with no fibres and no itching, Low-E® is In-door Air Quality tested and approved. Our closed cell foam core is made from recycled material, it won’t absorb moisture, delaminate or corrode. It’s virtually rot proof.

With no multiple layers Low-E is lightweight, easy to cut, handle and install save considerable labour costs. With a Class A/Class 1 Fire Rating, Low-E® stops heat, deadens sound and provides moisture control all in one product. With one of the lowest carbon footprints of any insulation material Low-E® Reflective. Insulation is the thinnest most effective reflective insulation on the market.

How Does Low-E Work?

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