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  • 98% entrapped air
  • Supporting the environment
  • No CFC’s used in the manufacturing process
  • No site wastage – using all off-cuts as added insulation
  • Reducing home and business energy costs
  • Vermin retardent
  • Added fire retardant will not support combustion
  • Design flexibility
  • Full range of coloured finishes and styles
  • Exceptional thermal qualities
  • Acoustic values
  • Reinforced with 160g/m2 fibreglass mesh for high impact strength

NRG Greenboard™ is an Insulated Wall Panel that combines exterior cladding with insulation so designers can achieve the 6-star energy ratings that have been introduced into the building code. NRG Greenboard insulated core of high quality expanded polystyrene, positions the NRG Greenboard cladding insulation options from 1.92 R to 3.96 R. Creating an exterior dual cladding system, as a thermal exterior building envelope.

  • BAL29 – NRG Greenboard has passed extensive fire testing procedures (in accordance with AS1530.8.1-2007)
  • NRG Greenboard remains inert, is non-toxic, odour free and nonbiodegradable
  • No CFC’s or HCFC’s foam agents are used in its manufacture, so
    NRG Greenboard™ causes no damage to the ozone layer
  • Effective installation of NRG Greenboard™ can cut carbon dioxide emissions by up to 50%
  • The R-value of NRG Greenboard does not deteriorate during its lifetime; therefore the reduction in emissions lasts the full lifetime of the building
  • The energy used to manufacture NRG Greenboard is recovered within six months by the energy saved in the building in which NRG Greenboard is installed
  • Typically, for every kg of oil used in NRG Greenboard manufacturing, about 200kg will be saved in reduced heating demands
  • All NRG Greenboard waste is recycled, through installation of off-cuts in the wall cavity or it can be granulated and mixed with virgin material
  • 10 years NRG warranty from the date of purchase*
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Thermal Rating for Greenboard Wall System

What is an R–value?

All insulation materials are rated for their performance in restricting heat transfer. This is expressed as an R–value which is the measure of material’s resistance heat transfer (Thermal Resistance). The higher the R–value, the greater the insulating effects.

Greenboard™

40mm
60mm
75mm
100mm

External Air Firm

0.03 R0.03 R0.03 R0.03 R

Render System

0.02 R0.02 R0.02 R0.02 R

Greenboard R–value

1.04 R1.56 R1.95 R2.60 R

Breather Sisalation Wrap

0.48 R0.48 R0.48 R0.48 R

Cavity, frame

0.17 R0.17 R0.17 R0.17 R

10mm Plaster Board

0.06 R0.06 R0.06 R0.06 R

Internal Air Film

0.12 R0.12 R0.12 R0.12 R

Laboratory Sound Reduction Testing of 100mm NRG Greenboard Wall System

Document Ref

140061-01-F03 (rev 0) Acoustic Laboratory Test Report

Test Sample
  1. External polymer modified render 3.5mm thick (1.8-2.0g/cm3).
  2. 100mm thick Greenboard (19kg/m3) screw fixed to the frame. Sheets adhered together with Soudal Strong as Nails with all joints and the perimeter acoustically sealed.
  3. Sisalation between the Greenboard and frame.
  4. Frame consisting of 75mm x 35mm timber studs at 450mm centres.
  5. 75mm thick glass wool insulation (14kg/m3) between the studs.
  6. 10mm plasterboard (6.5kg/m2) with all joints finished and the perimeter acoustically sealed.
Standards

AS1191: 2002 Acoustics – Method for Laboratory Measurement of Airborne Sound Insulation of Building Elements AS/NZS ISO 717: 2004 Acoustics – Rating of Sound Insulation in Buildings and Building Elements – Part 1: Airborne Sound Insulation

Test Date & Time

18th August 2016 from 4:32 pm

Test Location

Acran Acoustic Testing Facility Cnr. Fulcrum & Bundara Streets Richlands Q4077

Test Facility

The test facility consists of a source room and receiver room designed in accordance with AS1191: 1985 Acoustics – Method for Laboratory Measurement of Airborne Sound Insulation of Building Elements as follows:

Room Construction

Independent construction for the source and receiver room.

Room Shape

Parallelepiped source and receiver rooms with rooms dimensions ratios of 1.6:1.3:1.

Room Volume

95m3 and 170m3 for the source and receiver rooms respectively.

Test Aperture

The aperture is lined with a timber reveal with the sample area being 3.095m and 3.085m.

Test Condition

Temperature – 20 °C, Humidity – 63%

Test Instrumentation
  • Precision Sound Level Meter: NTI XL2 TA, S/N: A2A-06756-E0
  • Acoustical Calibrator: Pulsar 105, S/N: 63710
  • ASD Cable
  • Sound Sources: JBL powered speakers/pink noise
Bal 29

BAL29 is primarily concerned with protection of your building from ember attack and burning debris ignited by wind borne embers and radiant heat up to and including 29 kW/m2.

CALL for an

obligation free,

in-home

consultation

02 9016-1556

New South Wales (Head Office)
27 Prince William Drive
Seven Hills, NSW 2147
Phone: 02 9016 1556

Queensland
3/19 Moreton Bay Road

Capalaba, QLD 4157
Phone: 07 3268 3066

Code Mark
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