Rubber Plastic for Heating Insulation

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1. Flexible Rubber Plastic Insulation Material Product Description

Rubber plastic is a high quality heat-insulating and heat-preservation material  which use but yronitrile rubber and polyvinyl chloride(NBR,PVC) as main raw materials. The production process includes mixing, tensing and continuous extruding , heating and foaming.

 

2.Main Features of Rubber Plastic

-Lower heat-conductivity-Higher fire-blocking performance-Damp-proof and Water-proof-Softness-Neat and -Easy to install easy handing and storage-Good flexibility and tenacity‍

 

3.Rubber Plastic Images 

 Rubber Plastic for Thermal Insulation

 

4.Rubber Plastic Specification --Rubber Plastic Sheet

Density(kg/m3)

40-90

Thickness(mm)

10 mm

15 mm

20 mm

25 mm

30 mm

Length (m)

20

20

10

10

10

Width (m)

1.5

1.5

1.5

1.5

1.5

 

 

5.FAQ

How about your companyA world class manufacturer & supplier of HVAC materials,is one of the large-scale professional investment building materials production bases in China.

How to guarantee the quality of the productsWe 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.

How long can we receive the product after purchase? In the purchase of product within three working days, We will arrange the factory delivery as soon as possible. The pecific 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:How much is the unit weight of thermal insulation glass wool boards at least? How much is the unit weight of sound absorption glass panels?
Sound-absorbing boards must be more than 80K at least, we use boards of 96K.
Q:Can I tear out all of the blow in insulation in the roof?
The mold problem probably has nothing to do with the insulation. Main causes would be bathrooms with no exhaust fans or windows that open. Others could be leaks around windows that allow water to enter into the walls. Bad plumbing is also a possibility. Check for leaks. If there are dryers (clothes type), are the vents discharged to the outside? All these could contribute to the problem.
Q:What are the raw materials of centrifugal glass wool?
Although I see it every day, but I really do not know about it, I only know that the main materials include glass and lime.
Q:What is the density of glass wool?
Glass wool, a man-made inorganic fiber, belongs to a kind of glass fiber. It is a spongiform material made through fibration of melten glass. It is an inorganic fiber whose chemical components belong to glass, having good formability, low bulk density, low thermal conductivity, good thermal insulation and sound absorption, corrosion resistance and chemical stability. For centrifugal glass wool whose thickness exceed 5 cm and unit weight is 16Kg / m3, the sound absorption coefficient of low frequency125Hz is about 0.2, and that of middle and high frequency is close to 1. When the thickness continues to increase from 5cm, the low-frequency sound absorption coefficient also increase gradually. When the thickness is greater than 1m or more, 125Hz low frequency sound absorption coefficient will also be close to 1. Thicknesses of acoustic glass wools often used in architectural acoustics are 2.5cm, 5cm, 10cm, and unit weights are16,24,32,48,80,96,112kg / m3. centrifugal glass wool whose thickness is 5 cm and unit weight is 12-48kg / m3 is usually used.
Q:What's wrong as the glass wool pipe is too soft?
Nothing is wrong.
Q:Can glass wool be used for external wall insulation?
Yes, of course, but the thermal insulation effect of glass wool is generally not very good, suggest using XPS board or EPS boards.
Q:Which is more effective in retarding fire, rock wool or glass wool? What is the difference between rock wool and glass wool?
The fireproof performance of these two all reaches A degree. Water absorption rate and heat conductivity coefficient of these two are basically the same. However, glass wool is cleaner than rock wool and rock wool is cheaper than glass wool.
Q:Is it true that aluminium foil between insulation and roof covering will prevent aliens from observing you?
Don't fall for this SCAM! Everyone knows that lining your roof with aluminum foil acts as an antenna. Making it easier for those little gray bastards to track your every move. And most roofers are in cahoots with those outer space nar-do-wells This myth/propaganda was originally disseminated by the Inter-Galatic Agency for Human Anal Probing (AgHAP). I first became aware of this little plot after dealing with roofers for many years as a GC. After only a brief conversation with anyone on a roofing crew and you can only assume there are from another plant.
Q:The glass wool board of Kunnai Building Materials Corporation have different densities. Are there any differences?
Of course there are differences on attrition rate, and this is the same as rock wool. This will affect the schedule, especially will add construction difficulty. They are all inorganic materials, but the thermal insulation perfoamance is poor. I have accepted such a project in which the boards are of different density and there are big differences on their thermal insulation and fireproof performance. And I will not accept such project any more.
Q:Advice on roof insulation please?
The attic will always be warmer than the house--that's the point of the insulation--to separate the heat in the attic from the cooler air in the house. However, to improve it even more, add insulation on the ceiling joists (not the roof rafters). Make sure there is plentiful ventilation in your attic (when the wind blows, you should feel it blowing inside your attic). Eave vents, ridge vents--it doesn't really matter which ones you use--but you have to have enough for the air to really flow.

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