Thermal Insulation Material

There are multiple types of thermal insulation material available in the market and almost all helps to prevent the heat and radiant rays entering inside the hotter atmosphere and escaping heat outside in colder atmosphere. Different material of the thermal insulation offers different applications as some of them are easier to apply in particular situation while some others are good for retrofits. Different types of such insulation materials are cellulose insulation, air bubbled film insulation, glass wool insulation, rock wool insulation, natural wool insulation, foil thermal insulation, polystyrene insulation, structural insulation panels, polyurethane foam insulation and straw bale insulation.

Technical features of the thermal insulation material.
  • Best Possible Insulation
  • Water & Vapor Resistance
  • Lightweight
  • Easy & Safe To Use
  • Long Lasting & Durable
  • Fire & Smoke Standards
  • Prevent Condensation
  • Extensive Technical Support
How heat transforms and how thermal insulation material stops this.

Heat inside the home or industrial properties transform in three different ways: RADIATION, CONDUCTION & CONVENTION. Out of these three, conduction and convection heat transmission is well prevented by applying bulk insulation. Such insulations are made from twin layer of air bubbled film sandwiched between 99% pure aluminum. Such structure makes it low density material. The best way to prevent radiant heat penetration inside any close structure is to reflect it towards the source from where it coming from. And this is where reflective thermal insulation material like aluminum foil barrier comes into work. Only reflective insulation deals with the radiant heat and when applying it with the combination of bulk insulation it provides maximum coverage. Such reflective thermal insulation material is good to apply in warmer climates like India and other parts of the Asia. Heat can pass through house walls, roofs, window glass, doors, floors, ceiling, attics and many other solid structures that come in contact with outer atmosphere. By applying different bulk or reflective insulation materials and films help to control or limit how much heat you want to allow entering through. Thermal insulation material prevents the heat transferred through door studs and other structured instruments that accounts for unwanted gain or loss of heat. Such instrumental heat gain or loss is very hard to fix and it should be planned in advance in early stages.

Colder home in winter needs extra heating and warm home in summer needs extra cooling. In both of the cases there are chances that you need to run your air conditioner and heating devices for more period of time. Irrespective of how effective your home's cooling and heating instruments are longer use of it ensures higher energy consumption. And the best way to reduce this energy consumption is through the thermal insulation material over the walls, floors and ceilings. Calculating the increasing cost of the power and other energy sources, the installation of such radiant insulation is pretty cheap and can give back money in short period of time. Thermal insulation material makes good sense when applied on house roofs and walls or industrial sheds. It insulates and preserves structure from the outer atmospheric changes throughout the year.