Double Side Aluminium foil laminated to PE woven fabric

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                         FW780 Aluminum Foil Laminated to PP Woven Cloth

1. Description

FW780 was designed to thermal insulate and moisture proof with highly tensile strength, it is durable, energy saving and environmentally friendly.

2. Construction & Benefits:

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

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

3. Application:

Designed for wall wrap and as a roof covering for commercial and residential building, it should not come into contact with wet concrete or mortar, because aluminum is 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)

5. Similar products guide

FWS780

FWM78012

FW1280

FWS1280

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first sand is very heavy and will probably exceed the loading on the roof and walls the extra reinforcing you would need to make the house SAFE would far outway any savings
Q:No ventilation between insulation and roof between knee wall & floor of attic. How can I provide ventilation?
That is an option. And there aren't many options.Not much is going to slide easily behind the insulation. I'm thinking --------------------. You are undoubtedly going to snag on roof nails coming through the decking. I don't know if they would hold up but the cardboard tubes wrapping paper comes on might work if you tape 2 together. and flatten and tape the end you will be pushing in first. cut slots with utility knife. I think your idea would work if you can afford the pipe. That's a tough one. When we convert attics we line those cavities with a styrofoam insulation chute end to end until we reach open ventilation-you probably know that by now. Give it a try.
Q:Questions on roof heat tapes and insulation?
They are not a substantial fire hazard. They are far more likely to just stop working than to get overheated.
Q:Re-roof + gutter + insulation?
I am a roof plumber in melbourne I think this is a reasonable price. Materials will cost approx 8000-10000 grand 3300 for asbestos removal and the rest for labour. The best advice is plenty of quotes and keep them to their quotes. If you can get a roll of metal direct from bluescope you can get a company like apex roofing to roll it for you but it is alot of mucking around to save a little bit
Q:I want to install a new roof, what are the best insulation options?
No matter what material you use for the actual roofing, make sure you have a Radiant Barrier installed at the same time. There are several different ways this can be achieved, your roofing contractor can (and should) advise you on the best method for your home.
Q:What is the aim of insulation in walls and in roofs?
Proper insulation is designed to keep you comfortable in al sorts of weather. In the winter it reduces your utility bills by keeping the cold outside where it belongs. It does the opposite in summer. It keeps the heat out. Learn all about it here.
Q:do i have to have insulation in my roof?
Maybe, you do need insulation above the ceilings (it will be between the ceiling joists/framing that also serve as the attic floor joists/framing. 1. If you have a finished attic (for a living area of some sort) then yes there should be insulation with a vapor barrier under the roof &/or between the roof framing. This will help keep heating/cooling costs down and prevent condensation from forming under the roof and doing lots of water damage over time. 2. If the attic is partially finished but used for storage only & there is attic ventilation in use also then no you don't need insulation under your roof. 3. If your attic is partially finished or completely finished but used for storage only and there is no attic ventilation then yes you should have insulation with a vapor barrier also under the roof. You don't have to have it since it's used for storage only but if you start to see condensation &/or wet areas on the wood or framing under the roof then you will need insulation with a vapor barrier installed. If for any reason insulation is installed under the roof it must be installed correctly and have in place a proper method of ventilation directly under the roof itself. All roof systems in the attic areas must have proper ventilation to prevent any possibility of condensation forming under &/or in the wood roof framing & sheathing materials that will rot the wood over time.
Q:Will emergency blankets make a good Roof Insulation?
They may help, but as thin as they are, installing them would be about as easy as putting socks on a rooster!
Q:Best insulation for Pex tubing 3/4 pipe in the roof? HELP!!!?
Check into heat tape tied to pipe, with insulation wrapped around that. turns on when freezing temperatures. insulation by itself, will not stop it from freezing if left for long periods without water moving through it. .
Q:Is it necessary to have attic roof insulation?
It's advisable to insulate the roof area attic to help keep the rooms below warm as heat escapes through the ceilings, but not so much if there is insulation in the attic! It's personal preference. Cheers

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