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  • Gauteng
    No T 1081 Contact person Kim Dickinson P O Box 5920 Rivonia 2128 Tel 011 579 4600 Fax 011 579 4637 Cell 082 929 5934 E mail kdickinson southey co za Website www southeycontracting co za www southey co za Normellaz Contracting Pty Ltd Membership No T1109 Contact person Brandon Childs Tel 011 467 7364 Cell 082 957 8486 Fax 011 467 7364 PO Box 1738 Magaliessig 2067 Gauteng Lanseria Corporate Estate Lanseria Business Park Unit 142 Email info normellaz co za Website www normellaz com Manufacturers Africa Thermal Insulation a division of WRE Johannesburg Membership No T 1065 Mrs Nolene van den Heever Div Sales Director 218 Newmarket Street Northriding 2079 P O Box 1448 Northriding 2162 Tel 011 462 9122 Fax 011 704 2869 E mail Nolene ati insulations co za Website www alububble co za Automa Multi Styrene Pty Ltd Membership No E 1502 Contact person Mr Dirk Cajada Automa Tower Building 20 22 Simba St Sebenza Edenvale P O Box 361 Edenvale 1610 Tel 011 974 3524 Fax 011 392 5386 Website www automa co za Brits Nonwoven Isotherm JHB Membership No T 1004 Contact person Ms Michelle Bowley or Ms Lelani Wright P O Box 5654 Kempton Park 1620 Tel 011 979 1192 Fax 011 979 1195 E mail michelle brits co za E mail lelani brits co za Website www brits co za or www isotherm co za Isolite Gauteng Membership No TP 1513 Contact person Mr Peter van Duyn P O Box 912581 Silverton 0127 Tel 012 804 3564 Fax 012 804 6395 E mail peter isolite co za Website www isolite co za Isowall Gauteng Membership No TP 1513 Contact person Mr Peter van Duyn P O Box 912581 Silverton 0127 Tel 012 804 3564 Fax 012 804 6395 E mail info

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  • Alphabetical
    CORPORATE MEMBERS Click here to download a matrix of all current members

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  • Become a Member
    and training on the correct selection and installation of energy saving thermal insulation Developing a database of all products suppliers contractors and interested parties in thermal insulation and appropriate dissemination of information Participating in technical legislative and regulative committees on

    Original URL path: http://www.tiasa.org.za/Become.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • Notices
    Click here to download read out newsletter Winter 2014

    Original URL path: http://www.tiasa.org.za/Notices.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • Contact AAAMSA
    House 1685 Conference Centre 2nd Road 1st Floor Midrand Tel 011 805 5002 Fax 011 8055033 e mail aaamsa iafrica com website www aaamsa co za Donwload printable MAP to

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  • Climatic Zone 4
    Mineral Rockwool 60 120 0 033 115 Flexible Ceramic Fibre 84 0 033 115 Rigid Expanded Polystyrene EPS SD 15 0 035 120 Rigid Extruded Polystyrene XPS 32 0 028 100 Rigid Fibre Glass Board 47 5 0 033 115 Rigid BOQ Polyester Fibre Board 61 0 034 115 Rigid Polyurethane Board 32 0 025 85 Thermal efficiencies are dependant on materials thickness density age operating temperature and moisture Note 1 Thermal Conductivity used for calculation of recommended thicknesses of insulation materials as per TIASA Protocol for Routine Testing for naturally ventilated buildings Thermal efficiencies are dependant on materials thickness density age operating temperature and moisture Thicknesses rounded up to nearest production standard This is a guideline for general design purposes For critical design purposes i e rational design contact manufacturers for actual R values Thermal Resistance m K W and valid test reports and refer to ISO 10456 Note 2 The aforementioned deemed to satisfy recommended levels of insulation could be achieved by the use of reflective foils bulk insulation or rigid board insulation or in combination with one another Maximum efficiency may be achieved at reduced thicknesses taking the aforementioned into account Rational assessment is always an alternative to deemed to satisfy provisions Note 3 Actual R Values for roof construction systems are established through testing in accordance with ASTM 1363 in the Rotatable Guarded Hot Box with SAFIERA Specifiers are encouraged to obtain these test results from the thermal insulation manufacturers R Values Considered to be achieved by Reflective Foil Laminates refer BCA 2007 Emittance of added reflective insulation Direction of heat flow R Value added by reflective foil insulation Pitched roof 10 with horizontal ceiling Flat skillion or pitched roof 10 with horizontal ceiling Pitched roof with cathedral ceilings Naturalventilated roof space Non ventilated roof space

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  • Climatic Zone 6
    Mineral Rockwool 60 120 0 033 100 Flexible Ceramic Fibre 84 0 033 100 Rigid Expanded Polystyrene EPS SD 15 0 035 115 Rigid Extruded Polystyrene XPS 32 0 028 90 Rigid Fibre Glass Board 47 5 0 033 100 Rigid BOQ Polyester Fibre Board 61 0 034 110 Rigid Polyurethane Board 32 0 025 80 Thermal efficiencies are dependant on materials thickness density age operating temperature and moisture Note 1 Thermal Conductivity used for calculation of recommended thicknesses of insulation materials as per TIASA Protocol for Routine Testing for naturally ventilated buildings Thermal efficiencies are dependant on materials thickness density age operating temperature and moisture Thicknesses rounded up to nearest production standard This is a guideline for general design purposes For critical design purposes i e rational design contact manufacturers for actual R values Thermal Resistance m K W and valid test reports and refer to ISO 10456 Note 2 The aforementioned deemed to satisfy recommended levels of insulation could be achieved by the use of reflective foils bulk insulation or rigid board insulation or in combination with one another Maximum efficiency may be achieved at reduced thicknesses taking the aforementioned into account Rational assessment is always an alternative to deemed to satisfy provisions Note 3 Actual R Values for roof construction systems are established through testing in accordance with ASTM 1363 in the Rotatable Guarded Hot Box with SAFIERA Specifiers are encouraged to obtain these test results from the thermal insulation manufacturers R Values Considered to be achieved by Reflective Foil Laminates refer BCA 2007 Emittance of added reflective insulation Direction of heat flow R Value added by reflective foil insulation Pitched roof 10 with horizontal ceiling Flat skillion or pitched roof 10 with horizontal ceiling Pitched roof with cathedral ceilings Naturalventilated roof space Non ventilated roof space

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  • Climatic Zone 2
    Mineral Rockwool 60 120 0 033 100 Flexible Ceramic Fibre 84 0 033 100 Rigid Expanded Polystyrene EPS SD 15 0 035 100 Rigid Extruded Polystyrene XPS 32 0 028 80 Rigid Fibre Glass Board 47 5 0 033 100 Rigid BOQ Polyester Fibre Board 61 0 034 100 Rigid Polyurethane Board 32 0 025 70 Thermal efficiencies are dependant on materials thickness density age operating temperature and moisture Note 1 Thermal Conductivity used for calculation of recommended thicknesses of insulation materials as per TIASA Protocol for Routine Testing for naturally ventilated buildings Thermal efficiencies are dependant on materials thickness density age operating temperature and moisture Thicknesses rounded up to nearest production standard This is a guideline for general design purposes For critical design purposes i e rational design contact manufacturers for actual R values Thermal Resistance m K W and valid test reports and refer to ISO 10456 Note 2 The aforementioned deemed to satisfy recommended levels of insulation could be achieved by the use of reflective foils bulk insulation or rigid board insulation or in combination with one another Maximum efficiency may be achieved at reduced thicknesses taking the aforementioned into account Rational assessment is always an alternative to deemed to satisfy provisions Note 3 Actual R Values for roof construction systems are established through testing in accordance with ASTM 1363 in the Rotatable Guarded Hot Box with SAFIERA Specifiers are encouraged to obtain these test results from the thermal insulation manufacturers R Values Considered to be achieved by Reflective Foil Laminates refer BCA 2007 Emittance of added reflective insulation Direction of heat flow R Value added by reflective foil insulation Pitched roof 10 with horizontal ceiling Flat skillion or pitched roof 10 with horizontal ceiling Pitched roof with cathedral ceilings Naturalventilated roof space Non ventilated roof space

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