Rubber (NBR) Insulation
Rubber Insulation is the most widely used standard for determining the material properties of elastomer insulation. It was formed as part of a working group to develop a standard for the use of insulating materials for insulation of HVAC systems and duct systems. NBR insulation is made of sheet and there are various materials, including fiberglass, foam rubber and polyethylene foam, all of which offer the possibility of processing different pipe widths. Foam rubber, also known as a sponge or expanded rubber, refers to a type of rubber produced with a foam agent to create an air-filled matrix structure. These types of insulation are available in many different materials, including cotton foil, polypropylene foam and foam insulation. can reliably protect against condensation and effectively prevent energy losses. There is a high degree of thermal drift or the ability to expand as the temperature changes, but this can decrease as air replaces the gas with lower conductivity, a phenomenon known as "thermal drift aging." Most heat dissipations occur in the insulation materials produced, because the r-value remains unchanged until the foam is damaged. Use appropriate adhesive and tape to seal potential air and moisture entry points.
Check your NBR pipe insulation to make sure it is still in good condition and fully covered. Before installing insulation, the pipe should be dry before using a cleaner or something moist, and be checked again after each use of the insulation.
Gulf -O- Flex
Having become a world leader in engineered Rubber (NBR) Insulation foams, Rubber World Industries LLC developed "Gulf-O-Flex"
as our flagship brand in flexible foam insulation. Gulf-O-Flex products ensure a high level of reliability through
the careful selection of raw materials and constant quality control.
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