aluminum foil with LDPE for bubble foil insulation production

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Aluminum foil facing insulation for Roofing Insulation

1.  Aluminum Foil Facing Description

The production technologies and products performance of aluminum foil facing have been up to international advanced level. The aluminum foil facing products are mainly used for HVAC system, refrigerators, building thermal aluminum foil facing insulation and laminated with glass wool and rock wool to increase the insulation function.

• FSK aluminum foil facing is mainly used for duct wrap in HVAC system and other fields, such as vapor barrier etc., and suitable for off-line lamination of glass wool or rock wool. By special processing, the facing will have excellent flame retardant property.

• Heat-sealing aluminum foil facing is used for duct wrap without applying extra adhesive and suitable for online lamination of glass wool and rock wool.

 

2.Main Features of the Aluminum foil facing

• Light weight

• High manufacturing accuracy

• High strength

• Small inertia resistance

• Strong heat dissipation ability

• Good visual effect

• High reflective insulation

Heat resistant, water proof, stable at high temperature;

environmentally friendly,no smell and not-toxic;

Smooth and clear surface;

3.Aluminum Foil Facing Images

 

 

4.Aluminum Foil Facing Specification

TYPICAL PHYSICAL PROPERTIES:

 

Basic weight

gsm

120

ASTM D646

Tensile strength: M. D.

               X. D.

N/25mm

140

75

ASTM D828

Burst strength

N

43

ASTM D774

Reflectivity of foil surface

%

95

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Temp. Resistance

-29°C

66°C

No Delamination

No Delamination

ASTM C1263

Water vapor permeance

ng/N.s

1.15

ASTM E-96

Basic weight

gsm

120

ASTM D646

Tensile strength: M. D.

               X. D.

N/25mm

140

75

ASTM D828

 

Width: 1.0m, 1.2m, 1.25 m, 1.30, 1.37m

Length: 200m, 500m, 1000m, 2500m, 2750m, 3300m

Core I.D.: 3"(76mm ±1), 72mm ±1

Based on order, special sizes are also available.

 

5.FAQ

We have organized several common questions for our clientsmay help you sincerely

1.  How about your company?

A world class manufacturer & supplier of aluminum foil facing and is one of the large-scale professional investment aluminum foil facing bases in China. Annually more than 1000 containers of aluminum foil facing are exported to markets in Europe, America and Japan.

 

What is the storage condition?

1,The products should be stored at room temperature and kept from wet and heat source.

2, It is essential, as with all pressure-sensitive tapes, that the surface to which the tape is applied must be clean, dry, and free of grease and oil.

3, The user should take test and do trial-application on the above products before coming into application so as to witness and ensure suitability for user’s special purpose and technique.

 

3. How to guarantee the quality of the products?

We have established the international advanced quality management systemevery link from raw material to final product we have strict quality testWe resolutely put an end to unqualified products flowing into the market. At the same time, we will provide necessary follow-up service assurance.

 

4. How long can we receive the product after purchase?

In the purchase of product within four working days, we will arrange the factory delivery as soon as possible. The specific time of receiving is related to the state and position of customers. Commonly 7 to 10 working days can be served.

 

 

 

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Q:if I compress roof insulation does it still work?
Yes, but not as well. the air trapped inside it works as an insulator as much as the fill itself. The weight of insulation on top of it will take away some insulating properties, but it's replaced by the insulating properties of the new insulation, so it's a net gain.
Q:if roof had water leaks who is responsible for the insulation?
Only you. 8 years is long past any roofer's warranty
Q:Tax Question: Itemized receipt for roofing and insulation?
The roof would not be a tax deduction because it was part of your living area already and this is ordinary maintenance. But the insulation could have a local rebate or a general rebate involved.
Q:Attic Roof Insulation?
What you could do is line inbetween the roof trusses with fibre wool and then fix heavy cardboard sheets over them to keep them in place. Alternatively you could engage the services of a specialist company who will come and strip off your tiles/slates whatever and spray an insulating foam on the inside thus sealing everything in place.
Q:what is the best insulation to use blown or fiberglass over an already fiberglass insulated roof?
Blown in will be the easiest to install, and it also has the advantage of being seamless. It is possible to rent a blower and do the installation yourself, but many inexperienced people who try that end up with a poor job in the end. Call an insulation contractor or two for a free estimate. After the job is done, insist that the installer provide you with an empty bag of the product used, and also ask how many bags were installed. The bag has a chart that will tell you how many bags are required per square foot, so you can have some assurance that the job was done correctly.
Q:How best to insulate interior of attic roof?
The reason you do not put insulation directly on the underside of your roof is all about moisture and mold. You need an air gap between the roof and the insulation and allow it to breath. This prevents moisture from condensation that can cause big problems. You could install a radiant barrier that reflects the heat. Do a google search to learn more about it. You could install and attic fan to suck the hot air out in the summer. Most important is to make sure the insulation on the attic floor is the proper thickness.
Q:Can I add reflective attic insulation to the inside of my roof, between the rafters?
No dont add to the roof. The under side of the roof needs air flow and you will trap moisture, causing mold and rot. Make sure you have plenty of vents under your eaves and take your extra money and buy a solar powered attic fan (or 2 ) Mark
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 want to install a new roof, what are the best insulation options?
I’m guessing you are asking about the attic. Spray cellulose insulation is the way to go. Very green with 80% or more of the product made from recycled paper. Wet or dry depending on the need, with some system allowing for a DIY application.
Q:Can I ask my landlord to put better insulation in the roof?
You can ask and I'm sure the landlord would be happy to have more insulation installed at your expense. There are many factors which contribute to heat loss including how much thermal mass in the home (furnishings, etc.) and how well it absorbs heat, the type of flooring, how well your basement/crawl space is insulated, cold leaks through windows and doors, chimneys, and so on. Then there is the outside ambient temperature to factor in. Personally, I think 4 degrees in 4 hours is very little heat loss. But, that would depend upon what the outside temperature was. Added: The far bedroom is probably the furthest from your heating source. If you have hot water radiant heat and a basement that won't freeze during the toughest times, you can insulate the heating pipes if not already done. Wrapping with newspaper is a cost-effective way of doing it and since the pipe will never get to 451F, there is no danger of it igniting. However, no matter what, the furthest away from the heat source is going to be the coldest. If "far corner" is N, NE, W NW, those are the coldest spots on a house during winter due to lack of sunlight. Here's a tip from my serviceman -- don't turn your furnace too low during the night. There is a break-even point where the energy used to heat up the environment is equal to the energy saved by keeping it at a lower temperature. The range is about 8 degrees on average, but that's here in the NE. This bore out very well last year during a bitterly cold winter that started in October and went well into May when I kept the heat "cranked up" higher at night. I used less fuel than I did the year before, which only had 6 months of normal winter. I used to turn it down to 55 at night, but I turned it down to 62 from 70. I was seriously overdoing it thinking I was doing me and the environment a favor :)

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