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Heat-Ceil Roof / Ceiling Insulation System: Suspended Ceiling Grid

Heat-Ceil placed on top of Ceiling tiles improves thermal values by providing an insulation layer from polystyrene and reflective still air films.

Heat-Ceil combines the exceptional thermal qualities of EPS and reflective air films into one easy to use product that requires no special masks or clothing for installation.

Product Description: Heat-Ceil Insulation is a light weight rigid board made of an SL grade polystyrene core with pure aluminum foil laminated to both sides that reflects 97% of radiant heat, contains fire retardant and is water resistant.

Sheeting Sizes 1200mm x 600mm Cut to fit in ceiling grid.

Sheeting up to 5000mm x 1200mm used for larger areas.

Therma Ceil
Therma Ceil
Sheet Size 1200mm x 600mm
Larger sheeting Available
Pure Aluminium backing
that Reflects 97% of Radiant Heat

Total Thermal Resistance  Values based on ceiling systems described below:

Flat Metal Roof 5° slope /  Glass wool insulation on RFL / Reflective 600mm still air space / Heat-Ceil / Ceiling Tile

Total R Values– Suspended Grid Ceiling Insulation Systems.

Rt Value Winter

Rt Value Summer

Flast Metal Roof Slope

Glass wool Insulation on RFL

Still Air Space

Heat-Ceil Insulation

Rt 2.62

Rt 5.27

5°or less

R 1.4 blanket



Rt 3.25 Rt 5.87 5°or less R 2.0 blanket 600mm 20mm

* Determinations Based upon AS/NZS 4859.1:2002/Amdt 1 2006, Materials for Thermal insulation of buildings.

Changes to the building systems described above will alter the total thermal resistance value.

Ceilite provide a Thermal Insulation Evaluation from certified engineer for any specified building system.

The Building Code of Australia also list the thermal properties of both polystyrene and reflective airspaces.

We invite you to contact us about having your individual building system tested
or to arrange a completely independent 6 star energy efficiency report.


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