Aluminum Film Laminated to Woven Cloth

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1. Description

Three-layer product with bright aluminum coated film to one side, woven fabric as substrate provides superior tear resistance. LDPE (Polyethylene) used in this product provides superior resistance to delamination.

2. Construction & Benefits:

The combination of woven fabric and aluminum coated polyester film by polymer adhesive producing an extremely tough product with superlative tear resistance.

3. Application:

Designed for use as a wall wrap and as a roof covering for commercial and residential building, it could come into contact with wet concrete or mortar, because aluminum film is not susceptible to alkali corrosion.

4. Dimension/Size

[1]. Roll width: 1000mm,1200mm and 12500mm

[2]. Roll Length: 50m, 100m, 200m, 500m, 1000m, or upon request.

[3]. Core I.D.: 3"(76mm+/-1)

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Q:We just had a new roof put on, and alot of insulation. I am now afraid that our house is going to get very?
Insulation does not have a "hot" side and a "cold" side. It just slows down the transfer of heat from the inside of the house to the outside of the house and viceversa.
Q:I want to install roof insulation at my house?
Best way and easy cheap way is just roll out unpapered fiberglass over top of joist at right angles to existing insulation
Q:how can I insulate a ceiling that has an aluminum roof?
The best method is with a spray on expanding foam insulation. It will stick to the ceiling and has a very good R Factor (how the construction industry measures the insulation factor). Any other method will involve building an interior ceiling or penetrating the roof, which will cause water damage.
Q:Questions on roof heat tapes and insulation?
James M has a good answer- Your problems (as mine) are found in the attic - or below the roof surface. If the roof is warmed from within the house, the snow will melt daily and re-freeze at night. Your task is to keep the roof COLD by insulating the eaves from warm air. Also the attic space. The attic air should rise to a vent in gables or along the roof ridge... then exit. The interior temperature should be chilly at all times with snow on the roof- 40degF or below. In my case (maybe yours?), the warmth comes from the Top of the exterior walls - the top plate is very near the roof- and heat from the living space travels upward inside the wall to this support... a LINE of snow melt is visible where the wall meets the roof. I need to reinsulate the entire exterior to get control of roof snow melt... or visit the roof with a snow rake after heavy snow.
Q:How to insulate the space between the roof pitch and ceiling/wall in my older home?
You need to have an air space between the roof and your insulation to prevent moisture build up on the inside and ice damming on the exterior. So you want to insulate the ceiling of the room, not the roof. For the angled protruding parts they make inserts that go between the joists to give 1-2" of air space under the roof and you can put insulation under that against the wall of the room. Remember that it's trapped air that insulates so don't overstuff when you push it in there. It sounds like you don't have access behind the vertical walls. You may need to break through the plaster between the studs to get in there and put insulation on the wall of the room and on top of the ceiling below. Then get some sheetrock and spackle to repair the hole you had to make, or you can make an insulated removable panel and use that area for storage. But don't store anything in there that can't take heat/cold.
Q:I need to know if I insulate the roof of my attached garage or just the ceiling?
Insulating the ceiling and then the roof would be a huge waste of money. You only insulate on the cold side of a heated area. Why would you put insulation on the roof when you have insulation in the ceiling and there is no heat source in between the two?. Put R40 insulation in your ceiling, roof vents in your roof, and you will be fine. You can add more insulation if you want, but it gets to the point where you are not really doing much any more.
Q:We are putting a tin roof cap. Do we put some sort of insulation/stripping under the tin roof cap?
Those foam strips they sell you to go under the ridge caps will eventually dry out, blow out, and be hanging all over the place. Caulking won't fill a 5/8's gap to keep the wind/rain out, and tar has no place whatsoever on a metal roof, you'll get it all over everything, and either one will look like ****. The best ridge cap has to be custom made and cut to fit. I use a 12" wide X 10' strip, bent in half to pitch, and then turn down 90 degrees on the edges, whatever the rib height is, usually 5/8". Hold the ridge cap in place on the ridge and mark where the ribs are, then notch out for the ribs so that the cap sits flush over the ribs and down on the flats, punch holes and screw down thru the tops of the ribs. It's a little time consuming but it makes for a good looking finished product that won't wear out.
Q:Is it a practice in the US to use board insulation as a retrofit under pitched roofing material?
Spray in foam could be an option.. you would need to talk to someone who knows more than I do.. but Ive seen great results
Q:How do I insulate an attic with only 5 inches between the inner ceiling and roof?
There are closed-cell expanding foam insulation materials that can be installed through rather small holes in the ceiling. The advantage of this material is that it also serves as a vapor-barrier - a critical function in your case. Not cheap, but very effective. Make sure you install roof vents to prevent excessive heat from developing above the insulation - but with foam, this requirement is far less onerous than with blown in or batt insulation.
Q:My upstairs ceilings are not insulated and on the other side of the 2x6 rafters is the roof.?
Suggestion: install the insulation with the foam channels but leave the center section (roof ridge area) open from end to end. At each end you can install a static vent or an active one. Depending on the amount of space you have you may be able to install a power vent.If you can send me a diagram with measurements I can give you a more definitive answer.

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