Heat Refletive Membrane with Aluminum Foil and Non-woven Fabric

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Shanghai
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2000 m²
Supply Capability:
100000 m²/month

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Product Description:

Heat Refletive Membrane with Aluminum Foil and Non-woven Fabric   


Introduction:

Aluminum Foil Thermal Reflective Silver Membrane is consist of aluminum foil lanimated with PP/PE non-woven fabric. It is wildely used on roofing and wall protection. it plays a significant role on heat insulation and vapor barrier. 


Speicifcation:

Name

Vapor Barrier Reflective   Membrane

Appearance

Sliver/Customized

Structure

Aluminum   Foil/PP or PE Non-woven Fabric

Width(cm)

80/100/120/125/150/160

Length(m)

50   to 2500

Unit   Weight

120g/m2

Tensile   Strength(MD)

200N/25mm

Tensile   Strength(CMD)

250N/25mm

Reflective

91%~92%

Treatment

FR/UV/VCI/Perforated   available


Heat Refletive Membrane with Aluminum Foil and Non-woven Fabric


Heat Refletive Membrane with Aluminum Foil and Non-woven Fabric

Heat Refletive Membrane with Aluminum Foil and Non-woven Fabric

FAQ:

1.       Where is your factory located in?

Factory is located in Jiangsu Province, Neat to Shanghai Port.

2.       How long have you been in this product production?

We have been in the business more than 10 years,

3.       Can we have some sample or trial order before bunk order?

Yes, we can provide you some free samples, and for trial order, we will offer you the lowest price. 


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Q:I want to put 19" un-faced fiberglass insulation on my trailer roof. I think a vapor barrier could cause a problem?
your plan is good ...
Q:Does a layer of snow on my roof provide insulation?
I mostly shows that your home is well insulated and not loosing heat through the ceiling to melt it. Think of an Igloo made of packed snow. It can be kept at a temperature just below freezing so that it will not melt and still keep those inside from the 30-60 below outside.
Q:Roof Insulation?
Sorry but there isn't enough info to give a good answer...is there space between the ceiling and the roof to add insulation...there may be enough insulation but no ventilation in the area directly under the roof (atic area) If there is not enough air flow in this area the temperature will skyrocket thus heat the kitchen AND the shingles will deteriorate very quickly.If you still need to add insulation the best way is to put sloped roof (if possible)and add insulation in the space created or you can use foam insulation and re roof ..make sure you seal between the wall system and new insulation and whatever method make sure to allow air to flow under the roof (both inflow and outflow)
Q:Advice on roof insulation please?
go and buy a roof whirly for every 10mtr. square ,, if you don't want to spend the money then try to put in more vents in the eves so more air can be drawn into the roof space... another thing that I have always thought of doing myself is to get shade cloth and cover over the roof but not touching the tin. Maybe a blind type of thing, where you could roll it up in winter when you want to get the roof hotter. .. anyhow I think whatever you do to redude the heat you must be able to retain the heat in winter if you do not want to use a heater as well... cool luck ''lol"
Q:What is the aim of insulation in walls and in roofs?
Insulation can reduce your heating cost. Insulating your solid walls could cut your heating costs considerably, because solid walls let through twice as much heat as cavity walls do.
Q:Insulating Shed Roof?
If the roof has joists, which I imagine it would, you would put the bats of insulation into those spaces... these can then be stapled into place or if that isn't possible, you can run a wire between the joists to hold the bats in place. If using faced insulation be sure to put the paper side towards the warm area (inside) to prevent condensation.
Q:best way to insulate conservatory roof?
How To Insulate Conservatory Roof
Q:Why would a 1960's homebuilder use insulation on the roof rafters?
No building codes back then, and maybe he was thinking about putting an extra room up there then you would have to insulate the rafters also
Q:p/t deck on a commercial rubber roof do we need closed cell insulation under deck to protect rubber?
Membrane roofs should not have any sharp edges putting pressure on it. Even a flat square board will sink into the material and the edges are where the problem begins. We put layers of thick tar pads 3/4" under the feet of the air handlers years ago and still no problem.
Q:Are flat roofs the best roof structure for insulation?
No, it really does not matter what type of roof as long as the insulation is well done. But of course in a flat roof it is easier to reach all the points with ease whereas in sloping roof some areas may be inaccessible. But, with blow-in insulation that is not a big problem.

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