|DPE-65||Alu. Foil +Woven Cloth+Alu. Foil|
|PE Woven Cloth||65g/m²|
|Physical Property||Value||Test Method|
|Basic Weight||176.5 g/m²||Scale|
|Tensile Strength MD||355.8 N/25mm||GB/T 7689.5-2001|
|Tensile Strength CD||206.9 N/25mm||GB/T 7689.5-2001|
|Burst Strength||689.9N||GB/T 454-2002|
|Temperature Resistance||-26℃ to 66℃ not delaminating||-|
|Water Vapor Permeability||-||-|
We also Produce:Aluminum foil fiberglass cloth | Aluminum foil tape | Aluminum
foil with adhesive | Aluminum foil tape without liner | Aluminum
foil composite PP woven | Aluminum foil with PE woven |heat resistant material | light weight heat resistant materials |
insulation for fireplaces | waterproof insulation | thermal
insulation fabric | boiler insulation material | pipe insulation |
wall insulation duct insulation | foil backed insulation |
reflective insulation | ceramic fiber cloth with aluminum | heat
resistant building material | asbestos cloth with aluminum |
refrigerator aluminium tape | aluminum duct tape | hot pipe
insulation | building heat insulation material
WHY INSULATE ?
Insulation is necessary to reduce energy consumption, sound
pollution and improve the comfort
and quality of life in new or existing buildings regardless of the
Environmental qualityInsulation fights global warming as it reduces greenhouse gases.
Insulating your home is an ecological process. The signing of the
Kyoto agreements was
a major stage in collective awareness of the need to protect the
environment by fighting
Energy efficiency in buildings
Buildings account for 40% of energy consumption in most countries,
yet their potential for
energy efficiency is huge. By using adapted insulation and energy
up to 80% of a building’s energy consumption for heating or cooling
can be saved.
A strategy for improvedenergy efficiencyof existing buildings is a necessity if the energy
consumption is to be reduced significantly over a limited period of
time. The life time of buildings
ranges from 50 to 100 years and improvement of the existing
building stock will thus have much
higher impact than the tightening of requirements for new
“A building has a long life cycle, so its effect on the environment
is a long and continuing issue to consider.”
Reducing energy consumption in buildings through their better
In a building that is insufficiently or not insulated, heat flows
through the roof or the façades
thus leading to increased energy needs for heating (in winter) or
for cooling (in summer).
80% of the energy bill of a home owner is due to heating costs,
therefore reducing energy
needs must be a priority without sacrificing comfort. In order for
everybody to achieve this goal,
Saint-Gobain Isover proposes insulants to consumers with the best
invested money ratio.Insulation = savings
WHERE TO INSULATE?
To obtain a thermally homogenous home and reduce heat losses
properly, provide comfort in
winter and summer, all surfaces in contact with the outside (roof,
wall, loft) must be insulated.
All walls and the roof in particular must be insulated
The thermal performance of insulation must be very high in the
roof. In winter and summer,
strong thermal resistance in the loft is essential.
In winter, losses are at their maximum through all opaque and
glazed surfaces and structural links.
In the summer, direct sunlight on the walls and roofs -
particularly exposed - can overheat the interior temperature. The
same goes for windows which need outside shutters,
blinds, awnings, etc to deflect direct sunlight from the house.
In a home that is not properly insulated, heat escapes through: