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Passive Purple: anything known about them?

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Got my copy of Passive House mag today. So instead of lining up the head plate of my studding.....

 

An article /  advertorial about  Passive Purple on page 77. Truth to be told, working on my own, I haven't had the courage to focus much on airtightness. So sticking a coat of paint on the inside of my ICF appeals.

Here's the website. Anyone know anything about them?

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It - or something very like it - was posted a few weeks ago. Expensive but effective, I seem to recall.

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56 minutes ago, recoveringacademic said:

Got my copy of Passive House mag today. So instead of lining up the head plate of my studding.....

 

Do they have a 'Reader's homes' section or is it all professional photos. Asking for a friend.

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23 minutes ago, Bitpipe said:

Do they have a 'Reader's homes' section or is it all professional photos. Asking for a friend.

 

Artfully displayed, yes. All done with the Best-Possible-Taste.

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31 minutes ago, recoveringacademic said:

 

Artfully displayed, yes. All done with the Best-Possible-Taste.

 

I bet the letters are made up though.

 

'..'one thing led to another and before we knew it, the airtightness was 0.6 ACH !" 

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2 hours ago, recoveringacademic said:

Got my copy of Passive House mag today. So instead of lining up the head plate of my studding.....

 

An article /  advertorial about  Passive Purple on page 77. Truth to be told, working on my own, I haven't had the courage to focus much on airtightness. So sticking a coat of paint on the inside of my ICF appeals.

Here's the website. Anyone know anything about them?

 

I’ve got a section of blockwork where I may have to use something similar. Looking at this product:

 

https://www.blowerproof.co.uk/

 

which has been mentioned in a few posts in the past here. Looks to be a possible for DIY application. 

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