Cheap Building Foil Scrim Foil Insulation

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1.Structure of Building Foil Scrim Insulation Description:

Building Foil Scrim Insulation is a light duty, Eco grade D/S foil Insulation. It is ideally used as sarking and insulation under roofs,in walls behind cladding or under timber floors , for residential and commercial building. Combining with glasswool or foam insulation, it is excellent as a vapor barrier for air-conditioning ducts, pipes and vessels

2.Main Features of the Building Foil Scrim Insulation:

No odor and toxicity,environmentally-friendly

Light,soft,dust free,fire resistant,easy to install

Heat reflection,heat insulation,sound insulation,anti-radation,anti-vibration,and shielding

Moisture barrier,sun-proof,water proof

Good sealing property,heatnpreservation,energy saving

3.Building Foil Scrim Insulation Images

 

4.Building Foil Scrim Insulation Specification


aterial Structure:  AL/3 way scrim/Paper AL

Paper Weight:60gsm ( Standard,   can be Customized)

Roll Size:1.2m*50m ,1.25*50m (can be customized)

PROPERTIES

TEST DATA

UNIT

Thickness

+-0.15

mm

Weight

+-110

gsm

Emissivity

0.03-0.04

COEF

Thermal conductivity

0.037

w/m0

Bursting Strength

90

N/25mm

Reflectivity

96-97

%

Water Vapour Transmission

1.15

Ng/N.S

Corrosion

doesn't generate


Tensile Strength(MD)

144.4

N/25mm

Tensile Strength(TD)

46.3

N/25mm


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Q:Can you put fiberglass insulation on the under side of roof tiles in the loft in the house?
Not between tiles and roof sheathing, but YES on the inside of the sheathing, between the rafters. However, the recommended location is between the rafters on the FLOOR of the loft, unless you plan on using the loft as a living space.
Q:Is it a practice in the US to use board insulation as a retrofit under pitched roofing material?
Good question and I do not know the answers. For the fire issue, call your local fire department and chat them up. Then call your building inspector and talk with him. If he's been around awhile he may have seen it done before and have some information on how it has worked out or what are must do's.
Q:We need to remove are old roof insulation, how shall we go on about it?
I was an insulation installer for a time and this is what we did. We never took out old insulation; this is even when we blew it into the walls. We used cellulose wood fiber aka recycled paper preferable news paper and phone books. After the stuff was ground up Borax and Boric acid was added to make it fire proof. This stuff was blown in on top of the old stuff, usually 6 to 8 inches. All you do is have one person in the attic who sits down, with a hose in hand you plow it in and take measurement as you move along to be sure it is the thickness you want. Try to keep it even and smooth (like icing a cake). The other person stands next to the blower, which is place outside our in the garage (ours was in the back of a truck). This person must keep the hopper full and walk from the blower to the attic to physically look at you for safety reasons. Both must were face mask over your mouth and nose, you may want to wear goggles as well. I didn’t like goggles because they fogged up. Before you start work out emergency calls and other communication. We did this by turning the blower on and off with the remote switch (which you must have in the attic). If you take the square footage of your attic to the store the sales person can tell you how much you need. This info use to be on the back of the bag and it is easy to do. Make sure you have the correct number of roof vent for the square footage of your space. Have a fun time doing it and it will be over in no time! The blowers may have the formula to figure how much you can do per square foot per hour. This will let you budget your time better, remember that formula is usually how much can be blown per hour; the other task will eat into that time frame. To do the side walls is a bit more involved, but if you need help with that as well I would be glad to tell you the details.
Q:Best insulation for Pex tubing 3/4 pipe in the roof? HELP!!!?
Check into heat tape tied to pipe, with insulation wrapped around that. turns on when freezing temperatures. insulation by itself, will not stop it from freezing if left for long periods without water moving through it. .
Q:Without loft insulation ,the roof space is full of air.Why does this not keep the heat in?
The warm air that collects in the attic is in close contact with the roof, heat is conducted through the roof and lost to the atmosphere.
Q:can i use a maximum 4" RIGID insulation to obtain an r-33 value on a commercial roof?
the R values, i am not sure. that white stuff is NOT Styrofoam. it is a cheap imitation. Real Styrofoam is made by DuPont, is usually a light blue, with a plastic seal coat on both sides. that thin plastic seal coat doubles the R value. what really does the insulation, is trapped air. air is actually a poor conductor of heat. the foam is actually little bubbles of air. dead air that is, air that cannot circulate and move. it works similarly to the way a down vest or coat works, it fluffs up and holds the air pockets out within a confining structure, thus retaining heat. the rigid stuff will last much longer, i can tell you that much. the white foam stuff deteriorates quickly. buy cheap, get cheap, is the general rule. you may wind up only having to do it again in a few years.
Q:Are flat roofs the best roof structure for insulation?
Hm. Tough one. Could be. I would think because there is less surface area.
Q:do i leave air gap in attic roof for insulation?
The best way to set up an attic is to put a vapor barrier under the rafters (before nailing on the gyproc), then put the insulation (fibreglas batts) between the rafters to full depth (10 or 12 inches). Soffit vents are installed under the eaves at the sides of the roof, and gable vents are placed near the peak of the roof at the ends. This allows for airflow resulting from convection, particularly important in the summer months to remove heat buildup in the attic. If the insulation is adequate, it will not only isolate this heat buildup from the inside of the house in summer, but will prevent heat loss to the attic in winter. (The airflow in winter will be minimal, but will remove any moisture/condensation that might collect otherwise.)
Q:What thickness of rigid insulation is used on flat roofs?
2" is what I always use.
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.

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