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Havelock 2″ thick R7 sheep wool batts offer the flexibility of using one, two, or three layers for 2″, 4″, or 6″ of material depending upon the depth of the cavities you wish to insulate in your van.

Each bag contains 20 batts, each about 16″ wide by 4 feet long, for a total of 100 sf per bag.

For more information, scroll down further.

If you need just a little bit of insulation to pack into a few small empty cavities go here  https://eco-buildingproducts.com/product/oregon-shepherd-loose-sheep-wool-insulation-craft-box/

Allow 2 or 3 days for your order to ship.
Allow 2 to 3 days for your order to leave the Nevada warehouse, then transit time via FedEx Ground to your address.

$159.00

Short Description

Havelock 2″ thick R7 sheep wool batts offer the flexibility of using one, two, or three layers for 2″, 4″, or 6″ of material depending upon the depth of the cavities you wish to insulate in your van.

Each bag contains 20 batts, each about 16″ wide by 4 feet long, for a total of 100 sf per bag.

For more information, scroll down further.

If you need just a little bit of insulation to pack into a few small empty cavities go here  https://eco-buildingproducts.com/product/oregon-shepherd-loose-sheep-wool-insulation-craft-box/

Allow 2 or 3 days for your order to ship.
Allow 2 to 3 days for your order to leave the Nevada warehouse, then transit time via FedEx Ground to your address.

Havelock Wool Van Insulation – Sheep Wool for Insulation for Vans and Such

Havelock Wool Van Insulation is an ideal flexible option for insulating your van, as well as many other applications! While our sheep wool insulation products were all designed for the home and building insulation industry, we increasingly sell sheep wool insulation for alternative applications, including:

  • Van, Skoolie, and RV Conversions (click here for our Van Conversion Page)
  • Bee Hives
  • Custom Speaker Enclosures
  • HVAC
  • Smoke Stacks
  • Thermal Shipping Packaging

For van conversions, we have sold all three of our sheep wool insulation products, as well as our cotton:

Advantages

  • Controls condensation, wool absorbs and releases moisture yet doesn’t lose it’s thermal performance, wool can in fact absorb up to 40 percent of its own weight and remain dry, to the touch.
  • Wool actually heats up when absorbing moisture by up to 45 degrees F, this increases the dew point temperature reducing the risk of condensation.
  • Wool absorbs harmful gasses, e.g. formaldehyde, and then locks them up permanently. Man made insulation emits gases.
  • A better insulator compared to glass fiber insulation, requiring 10 percent less thickness to achieve the same insulating factor.
  • Glass fiber thermal performance deteriorates dramatically when any moisture is present, wool’s performance is not affected.
  • Wool will last for the life of the building due to the resilience of wool, glass fiber may compact and require topping up after 10 years.
  • Wool is truly sustainable, a yearly clip of wool is available as a by-product of the livestock farming. Mineral wool depletes the world’s resources.
  • Wool is a “Carbon sink”, it actually locks up CO2, man-made pollutes CO2 during its manufacture.
  • Very low energy required in its manufacture, requiring 85 percent less energy compared to man- made products.
  • Biodegradable at the end of its life.
  • Safe to handle, no skin or respiratory problems typical of mineral wool.
  • Wool is naturally fire retardant
  • Lastly sheep wool insulation is a product of choice from the consumers perspective, who continue to express their concerns with mineral wool insulation.

Why Havelock Wool?

Havelocks sources only the best fibers for use in their wool insulation. Driven by time, experience, science and technology, the fibers Havelock uses are a certain dynamic. The fibers are sheared from a specific breed of sheep best suited for insulation.

Havelock does not make its insulation from wool scraps. Instead, they process high quality wool fibers through their proprietary manufacturing process. This yields a uniform, high-performance, long-lasting product.

Sheep Wool Insulation R-Value

R-value means resistance to heat loss. The higher an insulation’s R-value, the greater its insulating properties are. Sheep wool insulation R-value equals or often surpasses that of conventional insulation materials. Havelock Wool offers both wool batts and blown-in insulation. The R-values of each product are 3.6 per-inch and 4.3 per-inch respectively.The extremely high integrity of a wool fiber allows it to outperform the synthetic competition, while decreasing impact on the environment.

Description:

Havelock Sheep Wool Insulation is healthy, high performance insulation made of 100% wool. It is sustainably harvested in New Zealand and mechanically processed in the US without the use of any chemical binders. The inherent characteristics of the wool fiber provide an exceptional R Value, moisture management, passive indoor air filtration and superb sound absorption. Further Havelock Wool insulation is Class A rated for both fire hazard and flame spread.

Features & functionality

Batt and loose-fill insulation can be used in all insulation applications Fast, easy and safe installation requiring no special protective clothing Class A rated for Fire Resistance and Smoke Development. Treated with boric acid to resist insects. Wool does not support the growth of mold. Passive air filtration — amino acids in wool bond with harmful chemicals No off-gassing — natural characteristics make sheep wool insulation void of harmful chemicals

Environment & materials Improved by:

A uniquely simple process which employs repurposed carding machines, electric motors, needle punches and simple cutting stations Havelock Sheep Wool Insulation is 100% wool — sustainable and renewable. Sheep eat grass blessed by sunshine and rainfall. All SKUs are 100% wool ie no synthetic mix. There are no chemical binders and no high heat is required. No toxic flame retardants as wool is naturally self-extinguising. Wool is compostable at end of an extended useful life. Certifications, rating systems & disclosures: Bureau of Household Goods And Services, Certified Insulation Material Declare, Red List Free Health Product Declaration ASTM E84 – Class A ASTM C518 – Thermal Conductivity ASTM C423 – Noise Reduction Coefficient WUFI Analysis

Additional information

Weight25 lbs
Dimensions29 × 18 × 20 in
Havelock Vans R-Value

R7 (2"), R13 (3.5")

One single bag is 20 batts and 100sf

100sf, Double

Description

Havelock Wool Van Insulation – Sheep Wool for Insulation for Vans and Such

Havelock Wool Van Insulation is an ideal flexible option for insulating your van, as well as many other applications! While our sheep wool insulation products were all designed for the home and building insulation industry, we increasingly sell sheep wool insulation for alternative applications, including:

  • Van, Skoolie, and RV Conversions (click here for our Van Conversion Page)
  • Bee Hives
  • Custom Speaker Enclosures
  • HVAC
  • Smoke Stacks
  • Thermal Shipping Packaging

For van conversions, we have sold all three of our sheep wool insulation products, as well as our cotton:

Advantages

  • Controls condensation, wool absorbs and releases moisture yet doesn’t lose it’s thermal performance, wool can in fact absorb up to 40 percent of its own weight and remain dry, to the touch.
  • Wool actually heats up when absorbing moisture by up to 45 degrees F, this increases the dew point temperature reducing the risk of condensation.
  • Wool absorbs harmful gasses, e.g. formaldehyde, and then locks them up permanently. Man made insulation emits gases.
  • A better insulator compared to glass fiber insulation, requiring 10 percent less thickness to achieve the same insulating factor.
  • Glass fiber thermal performance deteriorates dramatically when any moisture is present, wool’s performance is not affected.
  • Wool will last for the life of the building due to the resilience of wool, glass fiber may compact and require topping up after 10 years.
  • Wool is truly sustainable, a yearly clip of wool is available as a by-product of the livestock farming. Mineral wool depletes the world’s resources.
  • Wool is a “Carbon sink”, it actually locks up CO2, man-made pollutes CO2 during its manufacture.
  • Very low energy required in its manufacture, requiring 85 percent less energy compared to man- made products.
  • Biodegradable at the end of its life.
  • Safe to handle, no skin or respiratory problems typical of mineral wool.
  • Wool is naturally fire retardant
  • Lastly sheep wool insulation is a product of choice from the consumers perspective, who continue to express their concerns with mineral wool insulation.

Why Havelock Wool?

Havelocks sources only the best fibers for use in their wool insulation. Driven by time, experience, science and technology, the fibers Havelock uses are a certain dynamic. The fibers are sheared from a specific breed of sheep best suited for insulation.

Havelock does not make its insulation from wool scraps. Instead, they process high quality wool fibers through their proprietary manufacturing process. This yields a uniform, high-performance, long-lasting product.

Sheep Wool Insulation R-Value

R-value means resistance to heat loss. The higher an insulation’s R-value, the greater its insulating properties are. Sheep wool insulation R-value equals or often surpasses that of conventional insulation materials. Havelock Wool offers both wool batts and blown-in insulation. The R-values of each product are 3.6 per-inch and 4.3 per-inch respectively.The extremely high integrity of a wool fiber allows it to outperform the synthetic competition, while decreasing impact on the environment.

Description:

Havelock Sheep Wool Insulation is healthy, high performance insulation made of 100% wool. It is sustainably harvested in New Zealand and mechanically processed in the US without the use of any chemical binders. The inherent characteristics of the wool fiber provide an exceptional R Value, moisture management, passive indoor air filtration and superb sound absorption. Further Havelock Wool insulation is Class A rated for both fire hazard and flame spread.

Features & functionality

Batt and loose-fill insulation can be used in all insulation applications Fast, easy and safe installation requiring no special protective clothing Class A rated for Fire Resistance and Smoke Development. Treated with boric acid to resist insects. Wool does not support the growth of mold. Passive air filtration — amino acids in wool bond with harmful chemicals No off-gassing — natural characteristics make sheep wool insulation void of harmful chemicals

Environment & materials Improved by:

A uniquely simple process which employs repurposed carding machines, electric motors, needle punches and simple cutting stations Havelock Sheep Wool Insulation is 100% wool — sustainable and renewable. Sheep eat grass blessed by sunshine and rainfall. All SKUs are 100% wool ie no synthetic mix. There are no chemical binders and no high heat is required. No toxic flame retardants as wool is naturally self-extinguising. Wool is compostable at end of an extended useful life. Certifications, rating systems & disclosures: Bureau of Household Goods And Services, Certified Insulation Material Declare, Red List Free Health Product Declaration ASTM E84 – Class A ASTM C518 – Thermal Conductivity ASTM C423 – Noise Reduction Coefficient WUFI Analysis

Additional information

Weight25 lbs
Dimensions29 × 18 × 20 in
Havelock Vans R-Value

R7 (2"), R13 (3.5")

One single bag is 20 batts and 100sf

100sf, Double