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Thermal and acoustic insulation are essential construction components. They're needed to meet building codes, to ensure the comfort of a building's occupants, and to minimize energy wastage. Search the WorldBuild365 platform to:

 

Materials and Products for Thermal Insulation

Many products intended for heat insulation also offer a degree of sound insulation. Check the product specifications from your thermal or acoustic insulation supplier for performance details and technical reports when making your selection.

Mineral wool slabs - intended for use in civil and industrial construction, these provide thermal and acoustic insulation. Slabs can be used on horizontal, vertical, and slanting surfaces, and are suited to internal and external use. Thermal insulation material suppliers offer mineral wool products specifically for flat roofs, for floors, and for walls. Many of these products are also suited to multi-layer insulation systems.

Extruded foam polystyrene sheets - durable, fire resistant, and non-degradable extruded foam polystyrene sheets are used to create an internal thermal barrier for floors, walls, or roofs of any type of construction.

Fibreglass insulation - often comes in rolls, is extremely flexible, and can be cut or shaped to fit around intrusions in the surface to be protected. Can be used as thermal insulation for attic floors, or to provide both heat and acoustic insulation of walls and partitions. Also suitable as thermal insulation of pipelines and furnaces.

Sprayable insulation - is supplied as a liquid which is sprayed onto the surfaces to be treated, where it expands to form a barrier against heat transmission. Sprayed on insulation has significant advantages when surfaces are irregular or curved as no cutting, fitting or joining is required. The foam simply forms a seamless barrier which will protect against not just heat loss, but also dust and other pollutants

Synthetic rubber insulation - typically, thermal insulation suppliers offer synthetic rubber as a roll or cylinder. The material is flexible, making it perfect for pipes and ducts of air conditioning or refrigeration systems.

Foil laminated insulation rolls - two outer thermal reflective foil layers sandwiching a foam, paper, or polyethylene bubble. These products act as thermal and acoustic insulation and as a medium strength vapor barrier. With no fibres, irritants or allergens, this is a clean and simple-to-use insulative product suitable for walls and as roof insulation too.

Polystyrene foam plates - intended primarily for thermal insulation but with audio-insulative properties. The plates are intended to be placed beneath underfloor heating systems to minimize heat loss into the base.

 

Materials and Products for Acoustic Insulation

Minimize sound transmission between rooms or floors of a building:

Floor insulation - eco-friendly cork and recycled tires are formed into 'acoustic blankets'. These are metre-square slabs which are placed between concrete bases and the final floor finish. This product is suitable for commercial or residential buildings and even for pro-audio applications.

Foam acoustic panels - fabric covered panels used to dampen echo and reverberation and to maximize the quality of acoustics in a room. Uses include acoustic insulation for high end home audio rooms, conference chambers, or anywhere where clear transmission of sound is required.

Wooden sound diffusers - Panels are fixed onto the interior wall, so they're suited for retrofitting, break up sound waves, and aid even sound transmission in concert halls, recording studios, and Hi-Fi rooms.