Foamex - Innovative Polystyrene

Purlin spacers that deliver the ultimate in compressive strength.

Don't risk non-compliance or a failing roof system with imported roof spacers of inferior compressive strength. Foamex PurlinK roof spacers are manufactured from the highest quality extruded polystyrene with a KPA rating that exceeds BCA regulations.

Designed specifically to assist with the reduction of thermal loss on commercial metal deck roofing applications, Foamex PurlinK roof spacers provide a thermal break, allowing insulation to recover to its nominal thickness, which helps maximise thermal efficiency and increase R-values.

The closed cell structure of the rigid Styroboard XPS extruded polystyrene means that Foamex's PurlinK roof spacers deliver a high compressive strength, are virtually impervious to water, and will maintain thermal performance.

Foamex PurlinK roof spacers also produce zero OPD substances thanks to a revolutionary new manufacturing process, making it a truly green building product.

Features & Benefits

  • High compressive strength
  • Long term retained R-values
  • Lightweight and easy to move
  • Superior water resistant properties
  • Dimensionally stable
  • Manufactured in Australia
  • Complies with Australian Building Codes and Standards
  • Complies with BCA thermal bridging requirements

 Manufactured locally in Australia from Foamex Styroboard XPS extruded polystyrene, PurlinK roof spacers can be custom cut to size upon request. With short lead times and a fast turnaround on delivery, Foamex also supply all PurlinK product in easy to handle bags to protect spacers in all weather conditions.

Browse the other products in the Foamex range: StyReflex, Diamond Pods, Expol, Styroboard, PurlinK, EPS Blocks, EPS Cut Shapes, XPS Extruded Polystyrene.

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