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About Styrene Packaging and Insulation Ltd
Styrene Packaging and Insulation (SPI) – UK's leading manufacturer of Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) for construction & civils applications.
 Styrene Packaging & Insulation – the UK's leading manufacturer of Expanded Polystyrene (EPS)
 With over 30 years experience in supplying EPS for insulation and construction applications, we pride ourselves on the quality of our products, innovation and service provided to our customers.
We manufacture and supply a range of EPS insulation products, including Stylite EPS insulation and Stylite Plustherm Enhanced EPS insulation. Our building insulation products include:
1. Floor insulation
2. T-Beam floor insulation
3. Under Floor Heating routed insulation boards
4. Under Floor Heating Gridboard insulation
 Cladding & Walls
1. External wall insulation
2. Railboard external wall insulation
3. Full fill cavity insulation
4. Partial fill cavity insulation
5. Cavity wall bead
1. Cut to fall roof panels
2. Inverted roofing insulation
3. Profiled roof panels
4. Warm pitched roof insulation
5. Rafter insulation
 Civil Engineering
1. EPS Geofill
4. Passivehaus Foundation Insulation
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