Tag: Quinn Lite Pac

Mannok Product Names – A Customer Guide

With the name change from Quinn to Mannok completed on 16th November, customers can expect to see sweeping visual changes to all Quinn branded materials in the coming weeks and months. The full rebrand is expected to take up to 12 months to complete, but many changes will happen sooner. What’s changed...

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nZEB Made Easy at Passive Sills “Achieving nZEB” Conference

The Irish construction industry is awash with talk of Nearly Zero Energy Buildings, or nZEB. The new standards are partially in place already with all public buildings built after 31st December 2018 required to meet the standards. The next stage is the rollout to all buildings to comply with nZEB...

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Quinn Donate Insulation to Haiti Orphanage Project

Quinn Building Products has lent its support to the Haiti Orphanage Project ESPWA (HOPE) in its Christmas Appeal by donating 32 packs of Quinn Lite Pac EPS insulation for the refurbishment and re-roofing of an orphanage in Kenscoff, Haiti. The orphanage, which is home to over 400 children and young...

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Investment in Quinn Fleet Continues with 13 New Mercedes Lorries

Quinn Building Products’ fleet replenishment programme reached another milestone this month with the delivery of 13 new Mercedes Tractor Units. The 44 tonne lorries include 12 for Quinn Building Products’ operations, and one for Quinn Packaging, another subsidiary of Quinn Industrial Holdings. Quinn...

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How do I beat the PIR insulation shortage?

PIR in construction. In this previous video, we looked at EPS insulation as a very effective alternative to PIR in floor applications. We’ve also looked in this video at our Quinn Lite Accredited Construction Details, and how they can be used to significantly reduce thermal bridging, and with that,...

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Saving €1,200 per house with Mannok

    We work with architects and developers every day to help them save money, or improve the energy performance of their designs using our products. One particular house we’ve been asked to look at is a typical A3 rated, semi-detached house. The house is part of a large development of around...

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