HVAC DUCT & PIPE INSULATION WORKS
Energy conduction is minimized by the insulation process operating at its maximum capacity in HVAC equipment. Insulation acts as a barrier to prevent undesired heat transfer through the ducts and pipes. Different types of insulating material are available based on applications.
Various types of insulation are provided below.
Benefits Of Insulation Works
Fiberglass (FSK) is the most commonly utilized insulation today. Fiberglass reduces the transfer of heat energy because of its construction, weaving fine strands of glass into insulation material. In the right safety equipment, fiberglass installation can be achieved easily.
Most of this kind of wool is made of coal textile and is usable for many industrial purposes. Additionally, this wool is typically devoid of any additives.
The foam used in insulation blankets is mostly a type of polyurethane foam (SPF) called closed-cell or open-cell.
Cellulose insulation is manufactured from plant fibres and serves to reduce noise, last for years, and draught-proof rooms. It is usually categorized into four varieties, including dry cellulose, spray-applied cellulose, stabilized cellulose, and low dust cellulose.