Cavity-fill insulation | Article about Cavity-fill insulation by The Free Dictionary
The insulation installed in the space created by wall, ceiling, roof, or floor framing, most commonly fiberglass-batt, spray-applied or dense-pack cellulose, or spray polyurethane.
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The system uses vertical galvanised metal beams secured to structural steelwork with Kingspan partial cavity-fill insulation
instead of blockwork, so that the brickwork acts as cladding only.