Insulation Tubes, Tape, Sheets and Glasswool
Insulations are designed for the HVAC and Refrigeration industry. These are highly recommended for condensation control due to its excellent moisture vapor resistance and thermal conductivity. Applications include refrigerant lines, cold-water plumbing and chilled-water systems. These insulations are in the forms of Tubes, Tape, Sheets and Glasswool.
Its primary role is to reduce the heat gain/loss of the system thus saving energy. 6 FEET long rubber tubes which is being used to cover cold or heat pipes in which water or refrigerant runs. It came in the size range of ¼” till 5”.
A continuous flexible strip of cloth, metal, paper made up of plastic to strengthen/secure a material with adhesive or non-adhesive to cover required pipe.
Thermal insulation’s primary role is to reduce the heat gain/loss of the system thus saving energy. 50 FEET long adhesive/non-adhesive sheet use to cover the area in order to maintain required temperature.
Glass wool is an insulating material made from fibers 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.