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New Types Advanced Aerogel Building Insulation
2018-04-28 15:29:15       From: Tradematt-Aerogel

With the continuous improvement of energy saving and emission reduction requirements throughout the world, New Types Advanced Aerogel building insulation has gradually become a key topic in the field of construction. For a building, almost all parts involve the need for thermal insulation: interior and exterior walls, roofs, floors, and glass windows. Only the overall insulation of the building can truly achieve the purpose of energy conservation and emission reduction.

At present, the New Types Advanced Aerogel building insulation can be used in the construction industry, which can be described as a wide variety of applications. In fact, for such a situation, it can be understood that all the choices have their own limitations and cannot solve the problem perfectly. The problem of traditional insulation materials is in terms of performance, and the problem with New Types Advanced Aerogel building insulation is price.

The following table summarizes the advantages and disadvantages of several types of building insulation materials commonly found on the market:


Class

Advantage

Disadvantage

Rock wool

cheap

High thermal conductivity, waste of space

Foaming organic materials

Low thermal conductivity,

relatively thin thickness, space saving

Flammable

Inorganic fibers

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Hygroscopic

Vacuum plate

Low thermal conductivity

Easily damaged and difficult to construct

Aerogel composites

Low thermal conductivity

non-flammable

Easy to use

expensive


In the US market, the largest application of New Types Advanced Aerogel building insulation is in the building materials sector. The US Department of Housing and Urban-Rural Development has a strict and strict regulation on the thermal insulation properties of houses. Developers have to provide a thick thermal insulation layer to the interior and exterior walls and floors of the house until New Types Advanced Aerogel building insulation. The emergence of. As a result, the building walls of the United States have been greatly reduced in size, and the net space for houses has increased significantly and the area has become smaller.