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Posted By: Mike George Ah, found this as well which does give a thermal conductivity for hemcrete of 0.679W/mK. Unfortunately does not say how it was derived. http://www.limetechnology.co.uk/upload/documents/1210172463_labccertificateweb.pdfI'd be interested to know if this comes from a hot plate test
Posted By: Mike GeorgeClearly Building Control are accepting the manufacturer's documentation
Posted By: James NortonPosted By: Mike GeorgeClearly Building Control are accepting the manufacturer's documentationDoesn't Part L require all insulating materials to meet a European testing standard (ie hot box/plate) therefore as with multifoil I presume only certain individual LAs (or even individual officers) will accept it.the question is which ones....? (Tom?)J
Posted By: James Norton...also... just out of interest if I were to use 20mm of the stuff in lieu of 20 clay or 20 gypsum would there be any tangible benefits...?j
Posted By: Mike GeorgeDepends if you accept that the hot plate is the correct way to assess heat loss.
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