The process of producing fiberglass and its ingredientsFiberglass ingredients
The raw materials of fiberglass insulation and the percentage of their composition are as follows:
_ Sicily 14%
Sodium carbonate 18%
_ Dolomite 11%
_ Feldspar 12%
_ Brox 7%
Barium carbonate 3%
(The weight of one cubic meter of fiberglass per kilogram is called density )Fiberglass
coated with kraft paper, metallized, aluminumAvailable
In short, glass wool is produced from a combination of thin and flexible fibers of glass.This product is coated1: Kraft paper (plain) (K)2: Thin Sheet Coated Metallized Paper (FR3: Reinforced aluminum foil (ARP)...
How to insulate a wallThe problem of sound transmission between one-story units of the apartment is one of the problems that residents face. Transmitting the sound of the TV, talking, opening and closing the door, etc. can be easily transferred to the adjacent unit.Thermal insulation of the wall has...
Comparison of fiberglass and rock woolThe most important reasons for the insulation of buildings, of course, is to maintain the internal temperature, that is, to keep cool in summer and warm in winter; For this insulation, they use glass wool and sometimes rock wool. The question that may arise for ...
Difference between bof bitumen and polymer plastic bppBOF or oxide bitumen is a waterproofing based on oxidized
bitumen and is equipped with a layer of fiberglass cloth or glass fiber felt
and a layer of non-woven polyester.Types of oxidized bitumen1: Simple isogum2: Izogam with aluminum foil coat...
Sound and acoustic insulation in the buildingVarious noises such as the sound of car horns, conversations of people outside the building, the noise of chaos and traffic, etc. enter the building through doors, windows and walls and disturb the peace of the residents. These sounds have always existed ...
Moisture insulation of flat roofs (with a slope of up to 6: 1), terraces and balconiesA: Insulation with clay soilThe earliest method of roof insulation is the use of thatch, which has become obsolete today due to low durability against rain, frost and erosion, and is not common except in villages a...