closed cell elastomeric insulation

Closed cell elastomeric insulation can be more costly than other forms of well-known mechanical insulation types such as fiberglass. With this information, it makes sense to ask why anyone should choose elastomeric insulation over other available insulation types. The answers can be broken down into a few key categories, all geared towards protecting the usability…

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Closed-cell structured elastomeric foam insulation is widely recognized for its consistent performance managing thermal heat gain/loss and preventing condensation. But did you know that there are actually two different types of closed-cell elastomeric foam rubber used in the manufacture of insulation? Download the full technical bulletin here.

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When flexible closed-cell elastomeric thermal pipe insulation is considered for a direct-bury application, Aeroflex USA recommends the best practice of encasing Aerocel EPDM pipe insulation in a protective conduit such as properly sealed PVC pipe, corrugated drainpipe or poured concrete for long-term service. Download full technical bulletin here

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