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Delta Insulation Systems.

ABN 11 147 861 292

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2828 Ipswich Road

DARRA   QLD   4076

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ABOUT  |  Delta Insulation Systems  (DIS)

Delta Insulation Systems (DIS) was founded in 2006.  DIS is a privately owned manufacturer of Expanded Polystyrene Foam (EPS-FR), Polyisocyanurate Foam (PIR), Phenolic Composite (PC) and other specialty foams and foam products.

Our manufacturing facilities are based in Brisbane and service the east coast of Australia.

We have modern profile cutting machinery to produce a wide range of products in packaging, building, construction, insulation and marine applications.

 

DIS have provided our customers excellent service and support and have extensive experience in producing products to their requirements.  DIS has always provided cost effective solutions for our customers and has demonstrated the ability to understand and fulfill their needs.

 

DIS is environmentally committed, which is why we recycle all our EPS-FR waste on site.

PRODUCTS
Expanded Polystyrene Foam (EPS-FR)
       

Expanded Polystyrene Foam (EPS-FR) is the most commonly used of all foam due to its comparatively low cost, versatility and ease of use.  DIS cuts and supplies all standards specified in Australian Standard 1366.3 and several other grades for speciality uses.

Polyisocyanurate Foam  (PIR)
       

DIS manufactures Polyisocyanurate Foam (PIR) which is typically used in applications looking for higher fire ratings, enhanced temperature controlled applications and controlled environmental projects.  PIR offers enhanced R values ranging from 2.2 to 8.0 m2/Kw.

Phenolic Composite (PC)
       

 

DIS offers an alternative fire-rated insulation foam in the form of Phenolic Composite (PC) which is also used in applications requiring higher fire ratings, enhanced temperature controlled applications and controlled environmental projects.  PC can be a more cost effective solution to PIR, while still offering enhanced R values ranging from 1.7 to 8.0 m2/Kw.