Reflective aluminum foil insulation for building

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Reflective aluminum foil insulation  is an environment friendly product which has good sound absorption and insulation properties. The outer layer of PET provides excellent abrading and tears resistance. The middle layer of bubble shows strong ability in barrier of moisture and oxygen, reduction and insulation of sound. The middle layer also has the advantages like reflecting light and heat and stopping the penetration of ultraviolet radiation.  

insulation Technical parameters:
Reflectivity96-97 %
temperature range -50 degrees C to 80 degrees C
SecurityNon-toxicity,non-corrosiveness
DurabilityIt will not degrade over time.
Mold and mildewNo growth
Linear shrinkageNone
Tensile strength (MD)13.43 MPa
Tensile strength (TD)14.58MPa
Water Vapour Transmission0.012  G/M2 KPA
Normal Weight240G/M2

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Q:Insulating Shed Roof?
What is he using glue on? Buy rolled fiberglass insulation, install it between the rafters and wall studs...paper side in. You can cover the walls and ceiling with drywall, OSB, plywood if you wish. You do realize that insulating your shed isn't going to make it much/any cooler don't you? You will need an air conditioner for that, but the insulation will help keep the AC in.
Q:Which is better for a 2-story house : radiant barrier roof or more attic insulation?
the best is more attic isolation so that the heat don't come directly to second floor.
Q:Is it worth to insulate the roof with styrofoam (thermocole)?
You want to insulate at the ceiling joist level, not at the roof-rafter level and provide ventilation for the remaining cavity. You also want to make sure you have the correct vapor barrier. But you do not want to insulate directly below and contacting the roof deck. One of the difficulties with rigid insulation is making it fit correctly and without gaps. So be careful of that. You may have to supplement the rigid sheets with foam spray at the gaps, around wires and pipes and so forth.
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.
Q:Interior roof insulation.?
as long as the attic floor is insulated that is all you need. The insulation will keep the area below it warm. If you insulate the rafters then the attic stays even warmer while the area below not so much.
Q:How to insulate the space between the roof pitch and ceiling/wall in my older home?
Loose fill cellulose can be blown into your attic. I don't know if I understand the protrusions that you are describing but if you can freely blow the cellulose fiber into this space it should serve as a good insulation. You don't want to poke it in with a stick because you don't want to compress it. If you cannot blow this product directly into the space, you would be better off stuffing it lightly with fiberglass batting. Just don't cram it too tightly. It needs to be loose to be most effective.
Q:I want to put 19" un-faced fiberglass insulation on my trailer roof. I think a vapor barrier could cause a problem?
your plan is good ...
Q:Can you use Great Stuff foam as insulation under a metal roof?
I don't think Great Stuff foam insulation is meant to be applied in the manner in which you need. It is used to fill gaps and cracks, not be sprayed out in thin coats. whenever I've used it in the past, I found out it did not like to be spread out, or "worked".
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:best way to insulate conservatory roof?
I got mine insulated by a company - insulated conservatoryes. It's good stuff, and works

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