Aluminium Foil Polyester Insulation, Polyester Heat Insulation Batts, Heat Insulation Sheet manufacturer / supplier in China, offering Hot Sell Energy Saving Aluminium Composite Polyester Inuslation Heat Insulation Sheet, Polyester Insulation Batts, Ceiling Insulation, Wall Insulation, Feather Like Silky Touch Polyester Padding for Garments and so on.
|Min. Order / Reference FOB Price||500 Square Meters||US $3/ Square Meter|
|Transport Package:||10PCS/Polybag, Then Vacuum Them in a Knited Bag|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union|
|Gram Weight:||Customer Required|
Hot sell energy saving aluminium composite fiberglass cloth heat insulation sheet
1. high Adhesion Strength
2. super Holding Power
3 good Conductivity
4. ISO 9001:2008 & ROHS certificated
-Aluminum backing provides excellent reflection of both heat and light.
-High quality adhesive with super strong adhesion and holding power offers reliable and durable
-Low moisture vapor transmission rate.
-Service Temperature range from -20 to +80ºC (-4 to +176ºF).fireproof material
Used as the thermal insulation material on Roof,wall,floor,tank,vessel,air conditioner,tank,heat supply pipes or construction materials for the purpose of fire-retarding, anti-corrosion, heat protection and sound aborption.
PRODUCT FORM & SIZE AVAILABLE:
Roll Wide: 50mm/60mm/70mm/80mm/90mm/100mm/1.0m/1.2m or as customer request
Roll Length: 5-15m
It is essential that the user evaluate the product to determine whether it is fit for a particular purpose and user's method of application. Good results will be obtained when applied to a clean, dry surface with a suitable pressure on product between +10 ~ +40ºC (+50 ~ +105ºF).
WHY INSULATE ?
Insulation is necessary to reduce energy consumption, sound pollution and improve the comfort
and quality of life in new or existing buildings regardless of the construction system.
Environmental quality Insulation fights global warming as it reduces greenhouse gases.
Insulating your home is an ecological process. The signing of the Kyoto agreements was
a major stage in collective awareness of the need to protect the environment by fighting
Energy efficiency in buildings
Buildings account for 40% of energy consumption in most countries, yet their potential for
energy efficiency is huge. By using adapted insulation and energy savings techniques,
up to 80% of a building's energy consumption for heating or cooling can be saved.
The life time of buildings ranges from 50 to 100 years and improvement of the existing building stock will thus have much
higher impact than the tightening of requirements for new buildings.
"A building has a long life cycle, so its effect on the environment is a long and continuing issue to consider."
Reducing energy consumption in buildings through their better thermal insulation
In a building that is insufficiently or not insulated, heat flows through the roof or the façades
thus leading to increased energy needs for heating (in winter) or for cooling (in summer).
80% of the energy bill of a home owner is due to heating costs, therefore reducing energy
needs must be a priority without sacrificing comfort. In order for everybody to achieve this goal,
Saint-Gobain Isover proposes insulants to consumers with the best efficiency to
invested money ratio.Insulation = savings
WHERE TO INSULATE?
To obtain a thermally homogenous home and reduce heat losses properly, provide comfort in
winter and summer, all surfaces in contact with the outside (roof, wall, loft) must be insulated.
All walls and the roof in particular must be insulated
The thermal performance of insulation must be very high in the roof. In winter and summer,
strong thermal resistance in the loft is essential.
In winter, losses are at their maximum through all opaque and glazed surfaces and structural links.
In the summer, direct sunlight on the walls and roofs - particularly exposed - can overheat the interior temperature. The same goes for windows which need outside shutters,
blinds, awnings, etc to deflect direct sunlight from the house.
In a home that is not properly insulated, heat escapes through: