Glass wool Insulation is one of the most widely used forms of insulatino world-wide because of its thermal and acoustic insulation properties, light weight, hogh tensile strength and exceptional resilience. Glass wool is the most dominant type of insulation used in applications with service temperatures between -50oC to +250oC, with a world-wide market size of approx. US $7 billion.
Glass wool consist of fine, long, inorganic fibers bonded together by high temperature binder. Ther fibers (each of approx. 6 - 7 microns diameter) are distributed in such a way as to trap millions of tiny pockets of air in the product, thereby creating its excellent thermal and acoustic insulation properties. the product is light gold in colour and its superior tensile strength and resilience makes the product ideal for applications in which there will be vibration, jolting or high compression. The light weight and handleability of Glass wool also offers significant advantages during transport and installation. In addition, Glass wool is chemically inert and has no impurities such as iron shots, sulphur and chloride. The product is non corrosive to metal and does not support mold grow.