Product Application


  • KIMMCO-ISOVER building rolls are manufactured from stable glass fibres bonded with thermosetting resins. They are light in weight, strong, resilient and easy to handle.


  • For thermal and/or acoustic insulations of all buildings walls and roofs.

Facing & Covering

  • KIMMCO-ISOVER building rolls are available unfaced or with a variety of facings to suit the applications: white vinyl, FSK, metallized polyester, Kraft paper and glass tissue.

AvailabilityThickness (mm)Width (m)Length (m)
Rolls25 mm 0.4, 0.6, 1.0, 1.2

10 - 45 m

According to the thickness & density

40 mm
50 mm
75 mm
100 mm


  • WORKING TEMPERATURE: Fibre 230 °C; FSK 100 °C; Vinyl 80 °C; Metallized polyester 80 °C.
  • PERMANENCE: Dimensionally stable under varying conditions of temperature and humidity, rot proof, odourless, non-hygroscopic and will not sustain vermin or fungus; Longer life due to no sag and settling.
Read more: KBR Catalogue

Also see the Material Safety Data Sheet MSDS

Typical Fixing Details

Wall construction of lightweight metal sheeted buildings is frequently un-insulated, leading to extremely uncomfortable working conditions or excessive cooling requirements. KIMMCO-ISOVER Building Roll can be fitted to new and existing buildings to alleviate these problems.

New Construction

KIMMCO-ISOVER Building Roll is fixed at the head of the wall and allowed to drape down the length. The insulation roll may be fixed to sheeting rails with the faced side to the inside of the building if no lining sheets are to be used or alternatively by trapping the insulation between external and internal sheeting. Spacer bars of non compressible material should be used to prevent undue crushing of the insulation.

Existing Buildings

KIMMCO-ISOVER Building Roll may be installed from within existing buildings by using a "T" bar suspension grid and liner sheets. The insulation can be cut to suit the size of lining sheet and fixed to the back of the sheet with adhesive or mechanical fasteners. The lining is then installed in the grid system in the normal manner.

As an alternative to the above, timber packing strips may be cut to suit the sheeting rails and screwed in place. Fix the building roll at the head of the wall by screws into the timber packer with a steel strip placed on top of the insulation directly over the packer. Repeat as required at other sheeting rail locations, ensuring that the building rolls are closely butted to each other with the edge flanges overlapping.

Read more: KBR Catalogue