ISO Chemie’s Multi-Functional Joint Sealing Tape Available As UK Stock

by | Jan 19, 2023 | Accessories

ISO Chemie’s multi-functional joint sealing tape ISO-Bloco Hybratec is now available as stock in a move to meet demand for energy efficient window sealing solutions and product availability from UK installers and specifiers.

ISO-BlocoHybratec is a window joint tape featuring the latest in hybrid technology to provide effective three-level 100% air tight sealing in line with RAL energy performance standards and resistance to driving rain in excess of 1050 Pa, claims the company.

The tape, which also complies with the energy efficiency requirements of the Building Energy Act, provides excellent air tightness and thermal protection when it comes to the sealing between the inner room and external climate. Uncontrolled convection heat losses and draughts via the connection joint can be effectively eliminated – an important requirement in energy-saving construction.

ISO-Bloco Hybratec also combines considerable expansion force with excellent functional reliability in terms of capacity to absorb long term movement and expansion of windows, says the company.

Awarded the ‘Certified Passive House Component’ label by Germany’s Passivhaus Institute, the tape can officially be used in the construction of passive energy houses across the UK as a window connection air tightness system.

In passive house construction, it is important for a building to be extremely air tight to minimise heat input required to warm the house, said Andy Swift, ISO Chemie’s sales and operations manager, who said the company is investing in UK stock handling and distribution to improve services and meet demand.

He said: “ISO-Chemie has a strong commitment to providing customers with high quality innovative products, so its good news for specifiers and installers that product, which offers outstanding thermal values esnure its advantages for passive energy installations, is now available as UK stock.”

Passivhaus-certified products provide high energy savings combined with enhanced comfort compared to conventional new-builds and renovated properties. This requires the use of particularly energy-efficient components, in addition to careful and detailed planning.

As an independent body, the Passivhaus Institute in Darmstadt tests and certifies products with respect to their suitability for use in passive energy houses. Products bearing the ‘Certified component’ quality seal have been tested against standardised criteria, have comparable characteristic values and offer excellent thermal quality.

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