Thermal insulation SPACETHERM® WL
magnesium oxidepanelwall

thermal insulation
thermal insulation
thermal insulation
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magnesium oxide
Technical characteristics
Fire Class
Euroclass A1
with vapor barrier
Thermal conductivity

0.015 W/(m.K), 0.19 W/(m.K)


13 mm
(0.51 in)


We have extended our range with an innovative new thin internal wall liner, which will significantly improve the thermal performance of solid wall dwellings. Spacetherm WL (Wall Liner) is a high-performance laminate specifically designed to be fixed to the internal surfaces of existing solid walls without the need for mechanical fixings. Spacetherm WL consists of 10mm Spacetherm aerogel insulation blanket bonded to 3mm Magnesium Oxide Board (MgO), for use in applications where improved thermal performance is required with limited space. Spacetherm WL can achieve similar performance to traditional plasterboard laminates, but at a fraction of the thickness, allowing greater flexibility for refurbishment projects. At just 13mm thick, in many cases, there is no need to remove skirting boards and cornices, saving time and cost. Typically, a solid wall will have a U value of around 2.1 W/m2K. Following the application of Spacetherm WL this can be reduced to around 0.8 W/m2K, dependent on the wall structure. Specific calculations can be provided upon request. The Spacetherm WL system can be used with a variety of decorative finishes such as paint, wallpaper and tiles, and is easily installed in line with the manufacturer’s guidelines. Key features can be seen below. Thin insulation system for hard to treat walls. Class leading performance. Minimum loss of room space. Constant long term thermal performance 50years+. Allows wall to breathe Non-hazardous material. Easy refurbishment No specialist trades required
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