Thermal Building Insulation Aerogel Insulation Felt/Blanket

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1.Description

Aerogel Insulation Felts

Using special nanotechnology, It combines a silica aerogel with reinforcing fibers to deliver very low thermal conductivity, low density and good flexibility in an environmentally safe product. It provides excellent properties of waterproof, sound absorption and shock absorption. It is an alternative to the common, environment unfriendly, inferior insulation products, such as PU, asbestos insulation felt, silicate fibers, etc.

 

2.Specifications

1.Superior Thermal Performance 
2.Long service life 
3.Environmentally Safe 
4.Sound resistance

 

 3. Advantages

(1).Superior Thermal Performance

The maximum use temperature is 1000,Its thermal conductivity is 1/3~1/5 of common insulators, helping reduce heat loss and optimizing space utility.

(2). Long service life

Unlike other traditional insulation materials, aerogel ’s three- dimensional, structure inhibits sintering warpage, and particles stack which may occur under hot temperature for long time. Therefore, aerogel insulation has long service life. 

(3). Physically Robust:
It has flexibility and high tensile strength, resisting stretching and stress from linear contraction when temperature changes.

(4). Environmentally Safe:
Composed of inorganic materials, it contains no hazard. Stripping little chloridionm will cause no corrosion to the equipments and pipes.

Low and ultra-low temperature equipment and piping applications

Petrochemical, power equipment applications

(5). Easy to Install
Extremely low density (200kg/m3) contributes to easy-to-cut and easy-to-install.

 

4. Technical Standard

Property

Unit

Techicial   Standard

(refractoriness)

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A   Grade

(Density)

kg/m3

<220< span="">

(Lyophobic)

%

>99

 

Thermal   Conductivity

25

W/(m·K)

≤0.023

70

≤0.029

200

≤0.036

300

≤0.045

400

≤0.056

 

5. Application

Oil pipe, steam pipe, refrigerator interlining, oil tank, central airconditioning pipe, chemical pipe with the requirement of fire resistance, vehicle thermal insulation, national defence, military industry, heat supply pipelines in city insulation, biological medicine pipes and equipment and so on.

Thermal Building Insulation Aerogel Insulation Felt/Blanket

Thermal Building Insulation Aerogel Insulation Felt/Blanket

Thermal Building Insulation Aerogel Insulation Felt/Blanket

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Q:Why does glass wool turn black when exposed to heat? Wether it will ffect the thermal insulation effect.
This is dut to the charring of glass wool before dealing with thermal insulation. When the temperature exceeds the maximum operating temperature of glass wool, it will char. This will have some impact on the insulation effect, so it is better to know the highest temperature of the thermal insulation material before using.
Q:What are the disadvantages of glass wool? What are the technical limitations in application?
Each insulation material has its own advantages and disadvantages. Let's take glass wool and rock wool as an example. Glass wool is less irritating to the workers' skin than than rock wool is in construction workers, but we can not say that the glass wool is not irritating at all. Besides, the melting point of glass wool and rock wool is different. The thermal insulation effect of glass wool is better than rock wool when they have the same bulk density and thickness.
Q:What is the thermal insulation material of glass wool?
The density is 12kg / m3, isn't it?
Q:What are the differences between glass wool and rock wool in terms of thermal insulation?
If the temperature is higher than 300 degrees, the rock wool boards are better. The operation life of glass wool at high temperature is short, and the price of which is higher than that of rock wool. Galvanized board can be used as protective layer for its long operation life but it rusts easily and is not so beautiful. The aluminium plate has a short operation life and it damages and deforms easily.
Q:What performance characteristics does aluminium foil ultra-fine glass wool board have?
1, It has characteristics of waterproof ability, corrosion resistance, no mildew and no insect, able to prevent condensation effectively and prevent pipes from freezing. 2, It is light in weight, high in sound absorption coefficient, low in thermal conductivity with noninflammability and fire-retardant capability as well as chemical stability. 3, It is low in cost, good in hydrophobic property, good in elasticity and softness, which enables it to be a both commonly used insulation material and commonly used cold retaining material. It has a wide range of applications with stable product performance.
Q:What is the difference between glass wool and rock wool insulation board insulation board ?
Glass wool is an artificial inorganic fibers, a kind of glass fiber. glass wool is mainly made of natural ores such as quartz sand, limestone, dolomite , added with some pure alkali, borax and other chemicals and melting it into class and fibrating the molten glass, thermosetting resin-based environmentally friendly adhesive binder, an inorganic fiber. Glass wool is good-shaped, low bulk density and thermal conductivity, thermal insulation, sound-absorbing properties, corrosion resistance, chemical stability and other characteristics; typical of porous sound-absorbing material with good sound absorption properties. Rockwool: English name(rockwool), belongs to the inorganic material, using basalt, dolomite as the main raw materials. By high temperature melting, man made inorganic fiber by the high-speed centrifugal device with a strong fire insulation properties.
Q:Does the glass wool can be the grapes thermal insulation in winter?
this can be the experience talk after using it. 3, or capable of burning: the glass wool you chose is A-grade material, or the A grade insulation material have this kind of glass wool as you said. 2, seedling growth conditions, thermal insulation is whether hot or cold insulation. this non-combustible material has national standard, if you want to use for external walls, you also observed carefully, but the performance of rock wool thermal insulation is poor, and there is a kind of basalt rock wool, it also have the fire side, that is non-flammable, of course, it at least 5 cm or more. Of course, you have to roast on the fire, this is pretty troubling: I suggest that if there winter is quite cold, the designing institute will issue relevant documents to work out the number of glass wool from the market point of view: As the thickness, you have to consider in all round, so your choice is the right one.
Q:Is centrifugal glass wool board suitable for home use?
It can be easily broken and produce fine suspended particles. If the glass wool is of poor quality, you'd better use plastic bags or non-woven fabric to wrap it when using. So you must choose brand whose products are of good quality. Also if it is for the acoustics, it will do harm to the human body if inhaled into the lungs. So be sure to choose a renowable brand o centrifugal glass wool.
Q:Does anyone know about the filling materials in the steel stud, is it glass wool or mineral wool?
Glass wool is sound and thermal insulation materials with no rigidity, and is generally placed between two mineral wools. It is used when soundproofing requirements are relatively high. Mineral wool is commonly known as mineral wool board and generally with rigidity. Usually monolayer steel studs are filled with mineral wool boards which have advantages of sound and thermal insulation, fireproofness.
Q:What are the differences among glass wool, rock wool and mineral wool?
Glass wool: The main raw material is glass, the fire rating of which is A-level, and the heat conductivity coefficient is 0.037, the shrinkage temperature is around 270 degrees. Uses: It has a significant cold insulation performance. Rock wool: The main raw material is basalt, the fire rating of which is A-level, and the heat conductivity coefficient is 0.040, the shrinkage temperature is around 730 degrees. Uses: It can be used in high-end engineering projects such as construction, shipbuilding, petrochemical ones. Mineral wool: The main raw material is slag, the fire rating of which is A-level, and the heat conductivity coefficient is 0.044, the shrinkage temperature is around 680 degrees. Uses: It can be used as filling and thermal insulation materials for curtain walls.

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