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Prime insulation choice for prestigious Peninsula London hotel project

by Jennie Ward

Ravatherm XPS X used for The Peninsula London, a prestigious new hotel project for The Hongkong and Shangai Hotels, Limited, managed by Prime Development.

The quality of Ravago Building Solution products has been recognised by the UK’s leading specialist building envelope contractor Prater, who utilised Ravatherm XPS X 300 SL and MK for Prime Development’s new luxury London hotel and apartment project. Set to open in 2022, the exclusive Belgravia development has been insulated with an impressive 2000m2 of high-performance Ravatherm products.

Launched in 2016, Ravatherm XPS 300 SL is Ravago’s next generation XPS thermal insulation for inverted flat roof applications. With a declared lambda of 0.030 or 0.031 and a coveted BRE Green Guide Rating A+, the shiplapped edged boards are the superior choice for exceptionally stable, energy efficient insulation. The Ravatherm XPS X MK filter/water-flow-reducing layer further improves thermal performance, by minimising heat loss and thus reducing the volume of insulation required.

Chris Gimson, Commercial Director UK & Ireland, Ravago Building Solutions, said: “Prime Development have ensured that the prestigious new Peninsula Hotel uses only the very best products in its construction, right down to the insulation. It’s wonderful to know that Ravatherm XPS X insulation will take pride of place in such a spectacular flagship hotel overlooking Buckingham Palace Garden.”

A spokesperson from Prime Development said: “As specialists in standard-setting premium development, all of our projects are completed to the highest specification. Ravago, having a 60-year legacy as market-leading manufacturers of insulation, fit our vision for the prestigious Peninsula London development perfectly.

www.ravagobuildingsolutions.co.uk

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