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Acoustic Insulation Jackets Application: Plants Operating At High Temperatures

Price: 5000.00 - 6000.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Square Meter/Square Meters

13 Years



Fiberglass Cloth Application: Transformers

Price: 270 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Kilograms/Kilograms

5 Years



Puf Insulated Panel Application: Industrial. Commercial & Residential

Price: 1450 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1000 Square Meter/Square Meters

8 Years



Epoxy Insulator

Price: 16.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 10000 Piece/Pieces

8 Years



Sea Green Electrical Insulated Rubber Mats

Price: 300.00 - 700.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 500 Piece/Pieces

17 Years



Insulation Rubber Mats

Price: 590 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces,

11 Years



Puf Insulation Material

Price: 800 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Piece/Pieces

4 Years



White Dupont Nomex Paper

Price: 4000 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Kilograms/Kilograms

8 Years



PUF Insulated Panels

Price: 1000.00 - 2500.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - one lot Square Meter/Square Meters

5 Years



Ceramic Fiber Blanket

Price: 1450 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 27 Roll/Rolls

17 Years



Times Acoustic Panel Application: Industrial

Price: 75.00 - 200.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1000 Square Foot/Square Foots



Porcelain Insulator

Price: 250 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces

16 Years



PVC Busbar Shrouds

MOQ - 1 Piece/Pieces

12 Years



Special Insulation Plates for Power Press

Price: 1000.00 - 5000.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Piece/Pieces

19 Years



Fiber Glass Laminating Application: Industrial

Price: 250 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1 Kilograms/Kilograms

15 Years



Silver Radiant Insulation Barrier Film Roll

Price: 60 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1000 Square Meter/Square Meters

2 Years



Black Electrical Insulation Mats

Price: 2500 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 10 Piece/Pieces

2 Years



Aluminium Coated Cloth Application: Industrial

Price: 400 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 50 Square Meter/Square Meters

20 Years



Moisture Proof PVC Insulation Tape

Price: 202 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 10 Piece/Pieces

5 Years


Insulation Material Manufacturers | Suppliers in India

Company NameLocationMember Since
Shree Shyam CorporationAhmedabad, India20 Years
Dynemech Systems Pvt. Ltd.Sonipat, India19 Years
Softex Industrial Products Pvt. Ltd.Kolkata, India17 Years
J. R. RefractoryAhmedabad, India17 Years
Silverline Metal Engineering Pvt. Ltd.Mumbai, India16 Years
Hari Om RefractoriesFaridabad, India15 Years
Epoxy House Private Limited.Ghaziabad, India15 Years
Natraj InsulationVadodara, India13 Years
Krishna Insulations & Engineers Pvt LtdVadodara, India13 Years
Shree Umiya Glass WorksAnand, India13 Years

Most Common Insulation Material In Industry


Fiber materials including fiberglass, natural fibers, rock, slag wool, and cellulose are on the bulkier end of the insulation spectrum, while other options include stiff foam boards and sleek foils. In a building's hollow, bulky materials act as a barrier to both conductive and, to a lesser extent, convective heat flow.

Fiberglass is the most common insulation material in the Industry. Fiberglass, made of microscopic glass strands, is a popular insulator. Insulation blankets loose-fill, rigid boards, (both rolls and batts), and duct insulation all make use of this material.

These days, you may find fiberglass batt insulation in densities that are both somewhat denser and have better R-values than the old standard batts. Cathedral ceilings and other spaces with limited cavity space can benefit from the denser products.

Main Types of Insulator Materials

1. Insulation Facings 

During production, insulation materials have their facings attached using fasteners. Facings are used to prevent damage to the insulation's surface, keep the insulation from shifting, and make it easier to attach the insulation to structural elements. 

Some facings are also effective as air barriers, radiation barriers, and/or vapor barriers; others offer fire resistance.

 If the seams between insulation boards are taped and sealed, then all of these materials will function as a vapor barrier and air barrier.

2. Phenolic Insulation Material 

In the past, rigid foam board insulation made of phenolic foam was rather common. Available in board and foamed-in-place forms, its board insulation form is currently in short supply. 

Air is used as the foaming agent in blown-in phenolic insulation. The fact that cured phenolic foam might shrink by as much as 2% is a major reason for its declining popularity.

3. Cementitious Insulation 

Cementitious insulation is a spray-foam or foamed-in-place insulation made from cement-based foam. Aircrete® is a brand of cementitious spray insulation that has an initial viscosity like shaving cream because it contains magnesium silicate. When a space needs to be sealed, the professionals use air krete®. 

Made from minerals (like magnesium oxide) derived from saltwater, cementitious foam is both inexpensive and safe to use.

4. Perlite Insulation Materials 

Homes constructed prior to 1950 often have attics insulated with perlite. In order to create perlite, rock pellets are heated until they pop, resulting in very small, lightweight pellets. These results in a concrete that is lighter and less heat-conductive, or even a loose-fill insulating stuff composed of pellets that can poured into place.

5. Polyurethane Insulation Materials 

Polyurethane is a low-conductivity gas-filled thermoset foam that is widely used as an insulator. Insulation made from polyurethane foam comes in both closed-cell and open-cell varieties. 

High-density cells of closed-cell foam are sealed off and filled with a gas that allows the foam to expand and fill any empty spaces. Since the cells of open-cell foam are not as dense and are filled with air, the insulation has a softer, less dense feel and a lower R-value. It is possible for the R-value of closed-cell polyurethane Insulation Material to decrease with time, much like that of polyiso foam, due to thermal drift or ageing, which occurs when air replaces some of the low-conductivity gas that was previously there.

 A material's R-value remains stable unless the foam is damaged, and thermal drift is greatest in the first two years following production.

6. Polyisocyanurate Insulation Materials 

Low-conductivity gas is used to fill the closed-cell foam, which is manufactured of thermosetting plastic.

Polyisocyanurate insulation comes in a variety of forms, including liquid, sprayed foam, or rigid foam board. It's also useful for creating laminated insulation panels with customizable skins. Foamed-in-place uses of polyisocyanurate insulation can be more cost-effective than using foam boards due to the insulation's ability to conform to irregularly shaped areas.

7. Polystyrene Insulation Materials 

Foam beads are another form of the insulating material molded expanded polystyrene (MEPS), which is more usually seen in foam board form. Although they are useful as pouring insulation for concrete blocks, these beads are famously difficult to regulate due to their small weight, susceptibility to static electricity, and the difficulty of removing the insulation once it has been poured.

8. Cellulose Insulation Material

Cotton, sheep's wool, straw, and hemp are just few of the natural fibers that are put to use in the insulation industry.

  • Hemp: In the United States, the usage of hemp insulation is uncommon because of its lack of public awareness.
  • Straw: Straw bale building, common on the Great Plains of the United States 150 years ago, is seeing a renaissance.
  • Sheep’s Wool: When sheep's wool is treated with borate, it becomes pest-, fire-, and mold-resistant, making it ideal for use as insulation.
  • Cotton: Similar to cellulose insulation, cotton insulation is constructed from 85% renewable materials and 15% polypropylene fibers sprayed with carbonate to put out fires and repel pests and mice.

Wall Insulation Materials

For External Wall Insulation:

1. Insulation Layer

The primary insulator, typically mineral wool or expanding polystyrene. In most cases, this is attached to the exterior of the house using self-tapping screws:

Polystyrene features:

  • Soft, breathable fabric
  • The material has a low heat conductivity and absorption of water.
  • High resilience to chemicals and aging

Mineral Wool Features:

  • Additive for water resistance is possible.
  • Fabric that allows airflow
  • Low heat transfer
  • Exceptional toughness

2. Glass Fibre mesh 

  • Made to improve the insulation wall's stability, adaptability, and binding
  • Added after the insulation boards but before the final coat of render
  • Applied by being pressed into an adhesive mortar and then smoothed over

For Internal Wall Insulation:

1. Stud Wall 

Mineral wool is stuffed into a connected metal or wooden studwork frame. Paint or wallpaper can be applied after the surface has been plastered.

2. Rigid Insulation Boards

Rigid insulating material, typically foamed plastic, is adhered directly to the back of plasterboard and then mounted on the interior wall. There are additional fasteners used to keep the boards in place, and the joints are sealed to prevent air leakage.

Cavity wall Insulation:

The three most prevalent types of cavity wall insulation materials are:

1. Blown mineral fibre

Compressed air is used to blow strands of fiberglass or mineral wool into the space. For cavity walls, this is the norm.

2. Polystyrene beads or granules

The granules will either naturally adhere to one another, or a sticky resin will be added to them (beads).

3. Urea formaldehyde foam

The cavity instantaneously filled after two chemical components were delivered at the same time.

Type And Use of Insulation Materials

There are several uses for insulating materials, including

  • Transmission lines and cables
  • Technology-based Methods
  • Electrical grids
  • Equipment for use around the house that may be carried with relative ease
  • Electric cable insulation tape
  • Gear for self-protection
  • Rubber floor mats with built-in electric conductors

These days, cellulose, foam, and fiberglass are typically used as insulation. Now spray foam, loose-fill, Batts, and rigid foams are the most commonly used types of insulation. Even though these are the most frequently chosen options, the best choice will depend on your individual circumstances.

There isn't really a "best" insulation available. Each has advantages and disadvantages, and some are better suited to certain tasks than others. What kind of insulation is ideal for your home depends on a number of factors, including your climate, the areas of your home you intend to insulate, the amount of money you have available, and whether or not your home is already built.

FAQs: Insulation Material

Q. What are hot and cold insulation materials?

Ans: Hot Insulation material is made to reduce heat loss for energy efficiency and to shield workers from potentially dangerous temperatures. Reducing heat transfer to pipes, preventing condensation and ice buildup on outside surfaces, and ensuring worker safety are all made possible by cold insulation material.

Q. Best insulation materials suppliers in india?

Ans: Aerolam is one of the best insulation suppliers in India. To be more precise, Aerolam is a multifaceted organization that has manufacturing expertise in FIBC (PP Woven Jumbo Bags), Reflective Insulation Material, and CPP Film Especially for Medical & Food grade Packaging.

Q. What is the cost of insulation materials?

Ans: The price of insulation materials is between Rs 400-5500 square meter in India. 

Q. How we can purchase insulation materials in bulk?

Ans: If you’re looking insulation material in bulk, Trade India would be the best place to get ideal deal. Look for the supplier who offers the reasonable and high quality insulation material at Trade India.



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