Glass wool Insulation is one of the most widely used forms of insulations world-wide because of its thermal and acoustic properties, light weight, high tensile strength and exceptional resilience. Glass wool is one of the most dominant types of insulations preferred in applications with service temperatures ranging upto 250C.
Glass wool consist of fine, long, inorganic fibers bonded together by high temperature binder. These fibers (each of approx. 6 - 7 microns diameter) are distributed to trap millions of tiny pockets of air in it thereby creating it an excellent thermal and acoustic insulation. The light weight of Glass wool also offers significant advantages during transport and installation. In addition, Glass wool is chemically inert and has no impurities such as iron shots, sulphur and chloride. The product is non corrosive to metal and does not support mold grow. It is manufactured from renewable raw materials and is environmental friendly in every stage.
Temperature Range: Glass wool is suitable for applications ranging from minus 195 degree Celsius to plus 230 degree Celsius. For special applications up to 450 degree. Aluminum foil facing is suitable up to 120 degree Celsius.
Chemical Stability: Glass wool is chemically inert. Application does not cause or accelerate corrosion. Glass wool is rot proof and odorless.
Dimensional: Glass wool is stable under varying conditions of temperature and humidity when applied correctly. Excellent tear strength and not prone to sagging or settling. Rigid slabs have inherently high compression resistance.