Wood fibre thermal performance and sequestered carbon

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Adrian Judd highlights how wood fibre insulation can help achieve sustainable construction.


Article from Timber 2021 Industry Yearbook


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TRADA Technology research officer Miles Brown argues that timber can play a significant role in helping the construction industry reach its energy target.

The UK Government has ambitious plans to transform the energy efficiency of construction, acknowledging the oft-quoted words of Norway's Gro Harlem Brundtland, that "sustainable development is...

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With signs of a recovery on the horizon, Chairman of the Structural Timber Association (STA), formerly the UKTFA, Lawrence Young explains why timber has never been better placed to assist.

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Structural insulated panels (SIPs): Introduction for specifersnavigation-arrow

Structural insulated panels (SIPs) are prefabricated, high performance, lightweight building panels that can be used in walls and roofs for residential and commercial buildings. A SIP consists of two high density facings, typically orientated strand board (OSB), which are bonded on both sides of a low density, cellular foam core.


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