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(20Mx1.2Mx50mm) Fiber Glass Wool Insulation Blankets with Aluminium Foil in Nairobi Kenya

(20Mx1.2Mx50mm) Fiber Glass Wool Insulation Blankets with Aluminium Foil in Nairobi Kenya

Insulation World Kenya Limited is one of the leading supplier of high quality Fiber Glasswool Insulation Blanket faced with an aluminium foil.These blankets are commonly applicable in thermal and acoustic insulation as below:

  • Cavity wall and dry wall insulation.
  • HVAC and Air-conditioning system insulations.
  • Saunas and Steam rooms
  • Pipe insulation.
  • Over purlin roof insulation in commercial buildings.
  • Suspended ceilings.
  • Industrial roof insulation.
  • Higher temperature insulations.
  • High performance sound proofing.
  • Construction of Acoustic Panels and Studios.

Description

What is Fiber Glass Wool?

Fiber Glass wool is an insulating material made from fibres of glass arranged using a binder into a texture similar to wool. The process traps many small pockets of air between the glass, and these small air pockets result in high thermal insulation properties. Glass wool is produced in rolls or in slabs, with different thermal and mechanical properties. It may also be produced as a material that can be sprayed or applied in place, on the surface to be insulated.

How does Fiber Glass Wool Function?

Gases possess poor thermal conduction properties compared to liquids and solids,and thus makes a good insulation material if they can be trapped in materials so that much of the heat that flows through the material, is forced to flow through the gas.  In order to further augment the effectiveness of a gas (such as air) it may be disrupted into small cells which cannot effectively transfer heat by natural convection. Natural convection involves a larger bulk flow of gas driven by buoyancy and temperature differences, and it does not work well in small gas cells where there is little density difference to drive it, and the high surface area to volume ratios of the small cells retards bulk gas flow inside them by means of viscous drag.

In order to accomplish formation of small gas cells in man-made thermal insulation, glass and polymer materials can be used to trap air in a foam-like structure. These air-trapping property is the insulation principle used glass and rock wool.

Characteristics

  • Glasswool products are non-combustible and positioned for operating temperatures up to 300°C.
  • It is made of 80% recyclable materials
  • Is poses no health hazards
  • It is lightweight and easy to install
  • Glass wool will not promote mould growth or vermin infestation
  • It is non corrosive to metal

Health Problems

Health problems associated with Fiber Glass Insulation

Fiberglass will irritate the eyes, skin, and the respiratory system. Potential symptoms include irritation of eyes, skin, nose, and throat, dyspnea (breathing difficulty), sore throat, hoarseness and cough. Scientific evidence demonstrates that fiberglass is safe to manufacture, install and use when recommended work practices are followed to reduce temporary mechanical irritation. Unfortunately these work practices are not always followed, and fiberglass is often left exposed in basements that later become occupied. Fiberglass insulation should never be left exposed in an occupied area.

Applications

  • Cavity wall and dry wall insulation.
  • HVAC and Air-conditioning system insulations.
  • Pipe insulation.
  • Over purlin roof insulation in commercial buildings.
  • Suspended ceilings.
  • Industrial roof insulation.
  • Higher temperature insulations.
  • High performance sound proofing.

USES

Fiber Glass wool is a thermal insulation that consists of intertwined and flexible glass fibers, which causes it to “package” air, resulting in a low density that can be varied through compression and binder content (as noted above, these air cells are the actual insulator). Glass wool can be a loose fill material, blown into attics, or, together with an active binder sprayed on the underside of structures, sheets and panels that can be used to insulate flat surfaces such as cavity wall insulation, ceiling tiles, curtain walls as well as ducting. It is also used to insulate piping and for soundproofing.