Glass wool Insulation
is an insulating material made from fibres ofglass arranged using a binder into a texture similar towool. The process traps many small pockets of airbetween the glass, and these small air pockets result inhigh thermal insulation properties.
Rock wool Insulation
is a building insulation made ofmelted rock fibers. It has existed in various manufacturedforms since the 1800s; today it's often made of basalt rock, ironslag and limestone melted together in a furnace heated tonearly 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit and blown through a spinningscreen that turns it into strings of fine fiber.
Rubber Foam Insulation
is a flexible, closed-cell elastomeric sheet insulation product used to conserve energy and prevent condensation on large pipes, ducts (covers), vessels, tanks and equipment. The product's closed-cell structure creates exceptional thermal properties (k-value of 0.245 at 75F and wvt of 0.03 perm-in) that protect against moisture penetration and heat loss or gain within a -297F to +220F temperature range.