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Thermal insulation foil is a frequently used material in construction. It is a perfect substitute for traditional wool or foamed polystyrene. It helps to maintain optimal thermal conditions.

Thermal insulation foil can be installed in walls, under the floor, in the ceiling or in the roof. It is resistant to moisture and inhibits water vapour deposition. Its application eliminates the problem of dusting, which appears in case of mineral wool installation. It is a material that allows maintaining optimum temperature inside the building. Below we list types of thermal insulation foil and purpose of each of them.

Plain mats

Most of the foils are mainly made of foam and aluminum screens. It is able to insulate heat perfectly and its construction is extremely lightweight. That is why it is often used to insulate roofs and attics

Self-adhesive mats

These types of mats have the same properties as regular mats, but due to their self-adhesive structure, they are even easier to install, because we do not have to use silicone glue, as in the case of regular mats. Both regular and self-adhesive mats, except for roofs and attics. are used to insulate floors, windows and walls.

High-temperature thermal insulation mat

This type of foil is made of fire-resistant materials, and it is intended for surfaces with particularly high temperatures, such as chimneys. The foil helps here to eliminate heat conduction to the maximum.

Peter Bowers

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