Glass Wool Insulation

Glass wool is an insulating material, made from fibre glass, arranged into a texture similar to wool. It is one of the most widely used forms of insulation  because of its thermal and acoustic insulation properties, light weight, high tensile strength and exceptional resilience. Glass wool is the most dominant type of insulation used in applications with service temperatures between -50oC to +250oC

  • Available Forms : Blankets and Boards
  • Available Densities : 10,12,16,24,32,40 and 48 kg/ m³
  • Available Thickness : 25 and 50 mm

These blankets and boards are also available with Aluminium Foil Lining.

Technical Specifications
Density ( kg/m³) 10-50
Average Fibre Dia. (μm) 5.5
Water Content (%) 1
Thermal Conductivity (w/mk) 0.038 – 0.06
Hydrophobicity (%) 98.2
 
 

Glass wool insulating material is widely used forms of insulation