The installation of sissalation paper will add to the overall thermal performance of the roof or wall when a clear airspace of at least 20mm or more is provided at the reflective side of the foil face. Tough enough to withstand the rigours of construction, Queensland Sheet Metal Sissalation Paper provides an excellent barrier against dust during home building. Reducing glare from the external face of a building is an important site construction and road safety requirement. The green antiglare coating is installed to the outside of the building to reduce reflection to acceptable levels.
- Pliable, strong and easy to use
- Ideal for under metal roofs and also as a wall wrap
- Provides ongoing physical protection against the elements
- Reduces temperature variations and condensations inside the home
- Increases energy efficiency; and improves homeowner comfort by weatherising the home
Standard Sizes and Packaging
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Queensland Sheet Metal Sissalation Paper is a general purpose roof sarking/wall wrapping product and is guaranteed to be free from manufacturing defects. Queensland Sheet Metal Sissalation Paper will perform in normal building application when installed in accordance with AS/NZS 4200.2:194 Pliable Building Membranes and Underlay’s, Part 2 Installation Requirements.
Please note, all work must be designed and constructed in compliance with all provisions of the current Building Code of Australia, regulations and relevant standards. Being a secondary sarking/wall wrapping material, Queensland Sheet Metal Sissalation Paper is not designed to withstand prolonged direct exposure to the elements.
Accordingly, upon application of this product the outer cavity should be installed without delay. Sissalation Paper should be installed with the green anti-glare side facing outwards. In roofing applications it is recommended to use a minimum sag of 40mm deep between the rafters, except at the eaves. To ensure effective performance and satisfactory lifespan, Sissalation Paper must be installed with a minimum airspace of 20mm on the reflective face.