What is elastomeric foam?
This foam is commonly used in air conditioning systems and cooling installations. The structure of cell elastomeric foam is closed and the materials used in it have a high resistance to moisture penetration.
Elastomeric foam can be used to save energy after calculating the required thickness.
Elastomeric foams are produced in two types of rolls and tubes from flexible materials. Tubular foams are cut from two edges for connection. These foams are applied to the parts and fittings before or after the installation operation. The tubular foams are connected lengthwise with glue.
Rolling foams are used to install large diameters (above 5 inches) of pipes and air conditioning ducts. If necessary, these sheets can be used as self-adhesive.
Insulation is a good solution to ensure the best project performance in the system, which if not used properly may cause the system to stop and cause condensation problems.
The closed cell structure can effectively prevent heat transfer.
Heat transfer coefficient 0.032W / m.k
High ability to prevent steam penetration
The inner surface has an anti-vapor coating
Free of CFC, HFC, HCFC or other fluorine, formaldehyde, dust and fiber materials