aluminum foil XPE foam heat insulation material

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aluminum foil XPE foam heat insulation material
1.Structure:AL/green  XPE foam/AL
2,Normal roll size:1.5*22.25M
3,:AWTA ,SGS, ISO9000

aluminum foil XPE foam heat insulation material  :

  • Heat laminated, foam core providing an exceptional barrier against conductive heat, humidity, water and vapour penetration

  • Two outer layers of 99%+ pure aluminium (with very strong reinforced weave/scrim)

  • Reflecting up to 97% of radiant heat

  • Excellent fire properties

  • Excellent acoustic properties

  • Environmentally/Eco friendly and fibre-free

  • Anti-slip properties make it safer for installers

  • Compliance with the latest insulation standards

30m2 roll (1350mm x 22.25M) PLUS Over-lap (150mm x 22.25m)

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Q:Can you insulate an attic in a house with a metal roof? (sweating)?
Hi, GA. On my second coffee here, so bear with me if a little fuzzy. Trying to envision what you're looking at, first thing I hear is 2x4 roof framing, not say the 2x6 or 2x8 rafters I would expect. A 2x4 structure and metal roof is a light build more suitable for a shed or outbuilding than a home. Wouldn't tolerate much additional weight, like from plywood. Next thing, which I don't hear, is whether there's moisture on the attic's "floor", where you're standing. I'm thinking the moisture you're noting is above you, on the undersurface of the roofing, and on the rafters. Finally, while some condensation on the underside makes sense, it would also seem quite possible that there are a number of small leaks through the roof. My goals would be to first ensure there are no leaks through the roof surface, then to ensure the attic indeed has enough venting, then to both reduce air from the lower living level bleeding through up to the attic space (also good to reduce convective heat loss), then to insulate the attic floor to reduce radiant heat loss from below and warming of the attic air, pretty much in that order. The prize is a leak-free roof over a cold attic space.
Q:Tax Question: Itemized receipt for roofing and insulation?
The roof would not be a tax deduction because it was part of your living area already and this is ordinary maintenance. But the insulation could have a local rebate or a general rebate involved.
Q:should thermal insulation ever be applied directly to the underside of a roof top?
On pole barns with metal roofing it is common to have a thin layer of insulation directly under the roofing. This prevents condensation from forming.
Q:can i use roofing insulation for sound dampening in my car?
probably not a good idea. are you asking about insulation (pink stuff) if so, then it not good with moisture. if you are asking about tar paper on the roof then it would leave tar smell in your car.
Q:Is it just as good to insulate my roof as it is to insulate the ceiling of the top floor?
If you are in a cold climate,do not insulate between the top chords of the trusses/rafters.Ventilation is required or your roof deck will mold and rot.You could insulate under the top chord,but will need to strap it out substantially to get the required r value.You will need to build a knee wall at the eves to ensure you don't block the eves with insulation.A product called rafter mate will help in this area.Ventilation is very important.
Q:if I compress roof insulation does it still work?
Theoretically yes, the insulation is more dense at the base because of the additional weight, but unless you physically press it, it is normal. Use blown-in cellulose, it is cheaper and more efficient than fiberglass batts! You cannot dead-press insulation until you get in the R-50 to 60 range (depends on the manufacturer), they will all give you a maximum depth measurement on the packaging.
Q:Inhaling roof insulation?
it's not your throat you should be worried about. it's your lungs. wear a respirator....or at the very least, a dust mask. you only live once so make it last.
Q:Do loft flats have to have roof insulation installed?
To comply with UK building regulations all lofts must be insulated... Q22. How much loft insulation do I need? A22. To meet current Building Regulations you need 270mm of mineral wool insulation. 100mm between the ceiling joists and 170mm laid over the joists.
Q:how does shredded newspaper insulation get in your roof?
It can be blown in or more often it comes in large bagged bales and you cut and dump in the attic. The eaves are the portion of the roof that overhangs/extends past the wall. It's usually called a patio cover Orientation is how the home (or other structure) is positioned on the lot. They let in lots of light and are very attractive.
Q:what effect does changing the pitch of a roof have on the insulation properties and durability of a roof?
The pitch of a roof has zero effect on the r-rating of insulation. Proper ventilation of the attic space, whether steep or low pitched, simply provides the optimum environment for the r-factor of the insulation to do its job more efficiently. Any attic, regardless of pitch, if it is not properly ventilated, would stress the effectiveness of any insulation product unnecessarily. The durability of the roof is not adversely affected either.

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