Rock wool insulation
Unlike other thermal insulators, rock wool insulators are insulators that are used simultaneously for thermal insulation, sound insulation and fire protection.
The use of rock wool insulation saves energy and costs, and like other insulation if used, has a short payback period. These insulators are produced in different types. It is in the form of pipes, blankets or rolls, knauf, bulk and which the same variety in the form of production increases the range of application and all parts of the structure can be insulated.
Some features of this product:
High durability in the long run
Water vapor resistant
Resistant to chemical and organic compounds
Recyclable and reusable
The main reason for using thermal insulation is to prevent temperature transfer and save energy. So the thermal resistance range of insulation is very important. Elastomeric insulators are available in two types, epdm and nbr, both of which have a suitable thermal range. In general, these insulators can be used at temperatures from -40 to +150 degrees Celsius and are effective and suitable for many projects. But rock wool insulation has a unique thermal range because it is made of a type of volcanic rock. Rock wool insulation can withstand temperatures up to +1000 ° C (equivalent to 1800 ° F) and can be used. So if you have equipment that works at very high temperatures, the only option for you is to use rock wool insulation.
Resistant to pressure and impact:
If the elastomeric insulation is pressurized and this pressure is prolonged, the closed cell structure will be destroyed and it will lose its efficiency. If rock wool insulation has a very high resistance to pressure and can maintain its effectiveness in the long run. Also, the resistance of rock wool insulation to sudden shocks is much higher, but elastomeric insulation is torn and will no longer work.
Enjoy light resistance
Elastomeric insulation is not resistant to sunlight and UV rays. If exposed to sunlight, a suitable aluminum coating should be used. Rock wool insulation is resistant to sunlight and UV rays, but in general it should have a good coating. To be used both inside and outside the structure. Clay and mastic are usually used for this coating.