aluminum foil woven fabric with tape

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Product Description:

This is a new environmentally friendly aluminum foil bubble heat insulation material, which is soft, light and easy to install. It is made from aluminum foil and polyethylene through special machinery.

Function:

Can be installed on roof, wall or floor, resist over 80% external heat from buildings, protect wall, resist thermal shock and sudden cold, etc.

Characteristics:

1.No odor and toxicity, environmentally- friendly;

2.Moisture barrier, sun-proof, waterproof, good sealing property, heat preservation, energy saving…

3.Heat reflection, heat insulation, sound insulation, anti-radiation, anti-vibration, and shielding;

4.Light, soft, dust free, fire retardant, easy to install;

5.Summer: moisture barrier, sun-proof, heat insulation, saving energy consumed by cool air conditioning ;

6.Winter: heat preservation, central heating saving, and remarkable energy-saving effect.

Product: fireproof material

Technical parameters:

Material structure: AL/woven /AL


weight: 0.13 KG/M2

Roll size: 1.2M W*40M L (can be customized)

PROPERTIES

Test Data

Unit

Thickness

3.5

MM

Weight

256

G/M2

Emissivity

0.115

COEF.

Thermal conductivity

0.034

W/M0

Apparent Density

85

KG/M3

Reflectivity

95-96

%

Water Vapour Transmission

0.013

G/M2 KPA

Corrosion

Doesn't generate


Tensile strength (MD)

16.98

Mpa

Tensile strength (TD)

16.5

Mpa


Usage:
1. Roof, wall, floor;
2. Shells of air conditioner and water heater;
3. Protective coatings of water pipe and ventilating pip



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Q:Is it true that aluminium foil between insulation and roof covering will prevent aliens from observing you?
This is a complete myth. I am quite frankly surprised that anyone still believes all this nonesense about aliens. I think you have watched too much t.v. You shouldn't believe every storie you hear from every drunken hill-billy that claims to know about aliens. The truth is that there is nothing at all you can do to stop the aliens from observing you. Even if you wear an aluminum hat they will still be able to observe you whenever they want. The government knows this and put about the foil story to give people hope that something could be done. We are being sold out by the elite members of the world order who really run the world. They are selling us to aliens to run tests on and experiment on in exchange for vastky enhanced life expectancy of our human rulers. It has been going on for years. Some of the people who hold the real power of the world are over 2000 years old and have been working together with the aliens to shape our development, both physiologicaly and socialy. They know that no one will ever believe the truth so they can do what they like. All the major events of the world in the last 2000 years (possibly much longer) have been shaped by aliens working with an elite group to conduct massive experiments with millions of people over long time periods. Hope this helped. I don't think I'm in danger telling you all this because to them I am insignificant although they will undoubtably be aware of what I have said to you as soon as I press "send". I have to go as there is a suspicious looking man watching me from a car across the way. Good luck.
Q:do i have to have insulation in my roof?
I think about 80% of heat loss during cold weather is through the ceiling and into the attic in an uninsulated home. So if you mean should your attic be insulated...yes. It will pay for itself in fuel savings and make your home more comfortable.
Q:Construction question: how much sand can i substitute for insulation in home roof? i have back end loader?
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: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: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:Can a wholesale supplier of insulation, roofing and commercial interior products be monopolistic competition?
Sure can..........if it's the only store in town...........
Q:Without loft insulation ,the roof space is full of air.Why does this not keep the heat in?
Because air can circulate, (it's called convection) and transfer a lot of heat. In other words, air alone is a very poor insulator. .
Q:We are putting a tin roof cap. Do we put some sort of insulation/stripping under the tin roof cap?
I'm assuming your talking about a ridge cap normally you would seal it in with tar or polyurethane caulk and put your shingles over it
Q:what is the best insulation to use blown or fiberglass over an already fiberglass insulated roof?
Your best angle is to go with blow in fiberglass. ownes corning and Johns mansville both make good blow in fiberglass. Menards and Home depot in our area will lend you a blow in machine for free but make sure you have 2 people to run it and that you have a TIGHT sealed face mask for the guy in the attic along with safety goggles. No way around it either that guy in the attic is gonna get itchy, so expect that now. I put blow in cellulose over my attic fiberglass bats to bring it up to R-50 but i regret it now. I should have stuck with fiberglass. I did some research after the fact and there is some flammability issues with the cellulose i used and on top of that it is seriously dusty so i cant store anything in the attic space anymore. Cellulose was cheaper and the "green" choice but if i could reverse time I would have gone fiberglass blow in.
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.

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