The most viable advantage of a well-designed and installed insulated system is the immediate and long-term benefits. From helping protect the personnel, system, equipment to the budget, the power of insulators in a pre engineered infra is enormous. It helps:

  • Prevent condensation by moisture
  • Minimises energy costs
  • Reduces size and capacity of mechanical equipment
  • Reduces pollution emission

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Air Bubble

Reflective air bubble insulation reflects heat and almost 97-percents of radiant heat rays to keep the inner atmosphere at a stable temperature. The application of polyethylene bubble insulation is similar to fibreglass application and such material can be used in both hot and cold climates.

  • It's light and trouble-free to carry
  • Uncomplicated to install
  • Acts as a soundproof option
  • Traps moisture and a cheaper alternative in comparison to others

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Glass Wool

Glass Wool is an insulating material made from fibres of glass arranged using a binder into a texture similar to wool. The process traps many small pockets of air between the glass, and these small air pockets result in high thermal insulation properties.

  • Low content and slender fibres provide thermal insulation
  • Good thermal stability even at higher temperatures
  • Good fire resistance

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Rock Wool

Mineral Wool is any fibrous material formed by spinning or drawing molten mineral or rock materials such as slag and ceramics.

Applications of mineral wool include thermal insulation, filtration and plays a vital role in fire resistance to the building.

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