2. Inside Wall Thermal Insulation
BestIzol. Inside Wall Thermal Insulation
BestIzol - Inside Wall Thermal Insulation
For this job, an air gap and a thorough joint sizing with the self-adhesive aluminum foil at interfaces of the thermal insulating material are required. It is recommended to use the BestIzol Thermal Insulation Type A (Fig. 4).
3. Roof Thermal Insulation
Without a foil-coated material, a condensation is possible, which could lead to moisture penetration under the roof surface. Installation of the reflective insulation can help eliminate these unwanted effects because it has both thermal and vapor protection capabilities. Installation is performed strictly “butt-to-butt” to prevent laps. Every joint must be sized with the adhesive aluminum tape. The inner side of the roof insulation needs to have an absolutely hermetic vapor– and waterproof layer. Ventilation in building structures needs to be taken into account while installing reflective insulation (Fig. 5). Foil-coated material significantly increases the structure’s heat-shielding properties without increasing its size.
4. Reflective Insulation Roof Installation
BestIzol. Reflective Insulation Roof Installation
BestIzol - Reflective Insulation Roof Installation
BestIzol Thermal Insulator is rolled from eaves all the way to the roof ridge and fastened to the lower surface of roof timbers. THERMAL INSULATOR’S joints are thoroughly sized with the adhesive aluminum foil. It is recommended to use the BestIzol Thermal Insulation Type B (Fig. 5).Previous
Thermal insulating material is applied over purlins from one eave to the other through the ridge (Fig. 6). A 20 mm material’s sagging is allowed on the area between the purlins. BestIzol Thermal Insulation is mounted to purlins every 150-160 mm. Ventilation provided by the building structure needs to be preserved. It is recommended to use the BestIzol Foil Thermal Insulation Type B.