Roofing Sarking Insulation Aluminum foil and House warp Insulation

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1.Structure of Roofing Sarking Insulation Aluminum foil Description:

Roofing Sarking Insulation Aluminum foil consists of two layers of aluminum foil with plastic bubble laminated between the aluminum foil,provides excellent insulation: Reflects up to 97% of radiant energy in addition to resisting other types of heat transfer from conduction, convection and radiation. The two side aluminum foil forms an effective barrier against moisture, air currents and vapors.

Roofing Sarking Insulation Aluminum foil is an economical solution for a wide range of industrial, manufacturing and consumer applications.

2.Main Features of the Roofing Sarking Insulation Aluminum foil:

Bubble Foil Heat Insulation

Excellent insulation

Industrial Furnace and Special Equipment heat insulation

Good Quality

Competitive Price

3. Roofing Sarking Insulation Aluminum foil Images

 

4.Roofing Sarking Insulation Aluminum foil Specification 

 

Product name

Bubble foil heat insulation material

Material Structure

AL+Bubble+AL

AL+Woven Cloth+Bubble + Colored Foil  

AL+ Woven Cloth + Bubble + Woven Cloth+AL

Bubble Size(Diameter*Heihht)

10mm*4mm

20mm* 7mm

20mm*7mm

Bubble Weight

0.13kg/m2

0.3kg/m2

0.3kg/m2

Roll Width

1.2 m (customized)

1.2 m (customized)

1.2 m (customized)

Thickness

3.5mm

6.5mm

6.5mm

Weight

256 g/m2

425 g/m2

500 g/m2

Emissivity

0.03-0.04 COEF

0.03-0.04 COEF

0.03-0.04 COEF

Thermal Conductivity

0.034W/Mº

0.032W/Mº

0.032W/Mº

Apparent Density

85 kg/m3

70.7 kg/m3

83 kg/m3

Reflectivity

96-97%

96-97%

96-97%

Water Vapour Transmission

0.013 g/m2Kpa

0.012 g/m2Kpa

0.012 g/m2Kpa

Corrosion

Doesn't generate

Doesn't generate

Doesn't generate

Tensile Strength(MD)

16.98 Mpa

16.85 Mpa

35.87 Mpa

Tensile Strength(TD)

16.5 Mpa

15.19 Mpa

28.02 Mpa

 

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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 stops heat from being transferred across it. Therefore, if it's cold outside and warm inside, it will stay warm inside because the heat can't get out. Likewise, if it's hot outside and cool inside, the heat can't get in so it stays cool inside. The exact same principles are used in vacuum flasks that keep coffee or soup hot. If you put cold drinks in there, they will stay cold instead, even on a hot day. The principle used in both cases is to stop heat from being able to travel to or from the inside to the outside. In a vacuum flask, they achieve this by using a double walled flask and sucking out all the air (leaving a vacuum). In a house however, it's not practical to do this (except for windows which is how double glazing works) so they use some sort of substance that traps large amounts of air in it (like fibreglass or polyester batts) to achieve the same effect. Hope this helps. TV
Q:Heat/Moisture insulation on metal roofing?
welcome to the wonderful world of cheap, temporary roofing. you've just described a metal roof perfectly. bob, tell em what he's won! a lifetime supply of more bad decisions! also, the ugliest roof in town! but best of all, everyone who drives by his home will know he's a bandwagon kind of guy, he doesn't educate himself and do what's wise, he does what everyone else is doing! can't wait till that crowd finds that cliff they've been lookin for!!!
Q:Is it a practice in the US to use board insulation as a retrofit under pitched roofing material?
The sip panels are vented depending on what thickness over all that you want. The last ones I used had 4 inches of rigid foam board then on top of that had 3" strips every 16" an inch thick which created an airspace. On top was 5/8 Osb. To create an affective air flow the fascia cannot plane through with the plywood at the bottom but fall just short of the 1" space. To cap it a oversized vented drip edge is used. You must also have a ridge vent for proper flow. These panels can near 100$. You can do it your own way like I do when building log cabins by laying 2" foam down first then lay 2x4 16 on center on top then finally your plywood. If you use CDX instead of Osb it will outlast it by 100%. Rigid foam insulation is not like batt-faced. Rfboard ins. Is used in boat hulls and even after being submerged for long periods of time will return to its original density and r-value. For obvious reasons batt ins. Will not. You won't have a moisture problem as long as you don't have a venting problem. If you are using high hat lighting don't let the cans touch your rigid ins. Tuck batt in softly around them TAKE THE PAPER OFF! By code if you have an interior wall 10or more ft. It must have a fireblock, simply a 2x4 turned flat between the studs. On your roof the ceiling you see inside, (most likely 7/8 tongue and groove boards) passes as the same. Good luck!
Q:what would be average hourly wage for roof insulation installer on the gold coast?
I think it is 10 australian doller per hour of 200 sq yd of roofing .It differ state to state
Q:if roof had water leaks who is responsible for the insulation?
Only you. 8 years is long past any roofer's warranty
Q:Can a heat pump be used to take the heat out of the space below the roof and above the insulation?
Not very practical. You would, in essence, draw the heat out of the space (rooms) below. Insulation in your attic does allow some heat to pass through.
Q:How good is polyurthane spray foam for roof insulation?
we live in the desert, and got our roof coated, and instantly noticed the difference, it is much more insulated, and provides protection against leak (which was the main reason we had it done)
Q:Good uses for leftover foam roof insulation from a flat roof?
I'm a bit confused here Andy. If the flat roof needs replacing, when it is removed what is revealed is going to be exactly what you would see if you removed the ceilings. So why consider removing the ceilings if they are ok? When the flat roof is replaced put the insulation in then. Whilst rockwool would have been the material to use there is now roofing insulation board that is much more efficient, 50mm board gives equivalent insulation of something like 150mm rockwool. If the flatroof isn't fitted with suitable vents to keep it ventilated fit them when the roof is done too. The only reason I can see for replacing the ceiling plasterboard is if it hasn't got a vapor barrier ie foil backed board.
Q:what effect does changing the pitch of a roof have on the insulation properties and durability of a roof?
I'd have to agree with mj, your insulation in your ceiling is the major factor for heating and cooling , spec R-38 but if your going for gov. kick backs I think it's R-41 (17" of blown in fiberglass insulation). Roof pitch standard is 1' raise to 4' run, (really easy to re-roof & inexpencive). Advantages of a steep roof (less apt to have leakage problems with a worn roof, you get a few more yrs). When you have to replace that roof, price goes up for steepage.
Q:do I have to blow insulation in the roof of my mobile home if I install foam insulation under a meatle roof?
Some mobiles have a vented attic and some don't. If your attic is vented, the foam on the roof won't help insulate inside the house. I've blown insulation into a mobile home attic before (vented attic), but some mobiles one can't (not vented attic). There are different variations of attic venting, dictating if you can blow in or not. I would add insulation anyway, if you can, mobiles usually skimp on attic insulation, even if they are "certified".

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