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What are the characteristics of good thermal insulation? Let's take a look.



If you feel that your house is very hot or if your factory building has excessively high temperatures, it can lead to unavoidable health issues for those in the area. Wouldn't it be better to have a cooler environment by installing good and effective thermal insulation? But how do you know if the thermal insulation is truly effective and what characteristics it should have? Let's find the answers together.


What makes good thermal insulation and which types are worth considering?



First, it's important to note that there are many types of thermal insulation, each with different properties. However, the commonality among them is that they can reduce the temperature within the area, thereby preventing heat buildup. Here are some recommended types of thermal insulation:


1. rockwool 

Rockwool Insulation (Stone Wool Insulation) is made from basalt rock fibers produced through natural volcanic processes. This material is used for manufacturing thermal insulation, providing excellent heat resistance. Additionally, it excels in sound absorption and plays a crucial role in fire prevention, enhancing the safety of your home.


  • Made from basalt rock fibers produced through natural volcanic processes.

  • Excellent at thermal insulation and sound absorption.

  • Important for fire prevention, enhancing the safety of your home.


2. microfiber

Microfiber Insulation (Fiberglass Insulation) is a material that does not deteriorate and is not a food source for animals, insects, or mold. This makes it highly durable and suitable for long-term use. It is ideal for general applications and heat protection, helping to maintain cool temperatures and preventing noise absorption in homes, buildings, and factories effectively.


  • Durable and not prone to deterioration.

  • Resistant to animals, insects, and mold, making it long-lasting.

  • Suitable for general use and thermal protection, it helps maintain cool temperatures and prevents noise absorption in homes, buildings, and factories effectively.



3. PU Foam

PU Foam Insulation, or polyurethane foam insulation, is commonly sprayed underneath metal roofs. It can be conveniently sprayed as foam pellets and has a top layer of foam that helps reflect heat away from the building, allowing heat to dissipate quickly. This feature prevents heat from accumulating under the roof of homes and buildings.


To choose the most efficient thermal insulation, you should consider the R-value (resistance value) and the K-value (thermal conductivity). A high R-value and a low K-value indicate better insulation performance. These values determine how well the insulation prevents heat from entering or escaping your home. If you're interested in installing such insulation to keep your home comfortable and cool throughout the day, feel free to contact us for quality and high-performance insulation services.


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