Thermal insulation materials.

 Thermal insulation materials.


Fiberglass is the most common insulation used in modern times. Because of its versatility, by successfully weaving glass fibers into a coating, fiberglass is able to reduce heat transfer. The worst thing about fiberglass is the risk of handling it. As fiberglass is made of finely woven silicon, glass powder is formed with small glass particles. This can cause damage to the eyes, lungs, or skin if proper safety equipment is not worn. However, when proper safety equipment is used, fiberglass installation can be done without incident.

Fiberglass is an excellent heat-resistant material, with R values ​​ranging from R-2.9 to R-3.8 per inch. If you want a cheap separation this is definitely the way to go, although installing it requires safety measures. Be sure to use eye protection, masks, and gloves when handling the product.

2. Mineral Wool
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Mineral Wool.

Mineral wool actually refers to different types of inclusions. First, it could refer to fiberglass wool made of recycled glass. Second, it can refer to rock wool which is a type of insulation made of basalt. Finally, it can refer to slag wool produced from slag from metal mills. Most mineral wool in the United States is actually slag wool.

Mineral wool is purchased in batts or as loose material. Most mineral wool has no additives to make it fireproof, making it poor for use in extreme heat. However, it cannot burn. When used in combination with other, more fire-resistant methods, mineral wool can be an effective means of protecting large areas. Mineral wool has a value of R ranging from R-2.8 to R-3.5.

3. Cellphone
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Cellulose Preventive Material.

Cellulose separation is probably one of the best ways to prevent natural division. Cellulose is made of recycled cardboard, paper and other similar materials and comes in a loose form. Cellulose has a value of R between R-3.1 and R-3.7. Some recent research on cellulose has shown that it can be an excellent product that can be used to reduce fire damage. Due to the cohesion of the substance, cellulose contains close to oxygen within it. Apart from the oxygen inside the object, this helps to reduce the amount of damage that can be caused by fire.

So not only is cellulose perhaps one of the most natural heat protection, but it is also one of the most effective fire-fighting methods. However, there is a decrease in this information as well, such as allergies to other people who may have to have it in the dust of the newspaper. Also, finding people with the skills to use this type of installation can be difficult compared to, fiberglass. However, cellulose is a cheap and effective method