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Quinn Lite Thermal Blocks

Thermal Blocks with up to 750% better Psi values than a Dense Concrete Block

Quinn Lite - Thermal Blocks

Quinn Lite Thermal Blocks

Quinn Lite Super Blocks B3

Quinn Lite Super Blocks (B3)

Applications: Blocks
Quinn Lite Standard Blocks (B5)

Quinn Lite Standard Blocks (B5)

Applications: Blocks
Quinn Lite Seven Blocks (B7)

Quinn Lite Seven Blocks (B7)

Applications: Blocks
Quinn Lite Foundation Blocks

Quinn Lite Foundation Blocks

Applications: Foundation
Quinn Lite Coursing Units

Quinn Lite Coursing Units

Applications: coursing-units

Thermal Blocks designed for thermal excellence and ease of construction

The Quinn Lite range offers highly efficient thermal blocks for use in external walls, rising foundation walls, internal partition walls and party walls between dwellings.

With thermal conductivities of up to 10 times those of conventional concrete blocks, Quinn Lite thermal blocks significantly improve the overall U-value of your build and can reduce heat loss through thermal bridges by up to 80%.

The inherent thermal mass of the Quinn Lite thermal blocks helps regulate daytime heating and night time cooling making your home a more comfortable place to live all year round.

With up to 75% recycled content and an A+ Green Guide rating, Quinn Lite thermal blocks are an excellent choice for sustainable construction.

Strong and Lightweight Thermal Blocks

Quinn Lite blocks are available in compressive strengths ranging from 2.9N/mm2 up to 7.5N/mm2 thus meeting all the regularity strength requirements across Ireland and the UK, including ROI’s Technical Guidance Document A –  2012 –  Structures (7.5N/mm2)

The strength of the block, coupled with its lightweight and thermal properties, ensures both ease of use and a strong, energy efficient construction.

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