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Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

1 Larch Nc

17 Benchmark Building

Larch Nc

Centurion

0051

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.8631527

28.1914447

46 Jakaranda St

Jakaranda St

Centurion

0172

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.870808

28.169879

Insulation Materials - Thermal

South African thermal insulation material manufacturers and distributors supply plenty of cheap and common thermal insulation materials available in the market today. Most of the material has been around for quite some time and used as roofing or packaging material, blast freezers as well as piping and heating insulation material. The products include pink aerolite, fiberglass, mineral wool, cellulose, polyurethane foam, polystyrene and other materials.

Thermal insulation material companies stock a range of products such as fiberglass which is made by effectively weaving fine strands of glass into an insulation material that is able to minimise heat transfer. They also stock mineral wool insulation products such as glass wool manufactured from recycled glass and rock, wool made from basalt as well as slag wool produced from the slag of steel mills. They also supply cellulose made from recycled cardboard, paper, and other similar materials. Cellulose is one of the most eco-friendly forms of insulation. It is also one of the most fire resistant forms of insulation. Polyurethane foams are also an excellent form of insulation material. Polystyrene is water proof thermoplastic foam which is also an excellent sound and temperature insulation material.

Other common thermal insulation materials include aerogel used for the construction of heat resistant tiles as well as pyrogel which is used for specific applications. Natural fibres such as hemp, sheep’s wool, cotton, and straw are other foams of insulation material. Some health hazardous materials that were used in the past as insulation material are now no longer available. These include vermiculite, perlite and urea-formaldehyde. These materials have a reputation of containing formaldehyde or asbestos and have essentially been removed from the list of commonly used insulation materials.

Clients who need thermal insulation materials can contact manufacturers found in the Yellow Pages. They offer clients the best prices and deals of thermal insulation material products.

For more information about thermal insulation materials visit the Yellow Pages at www.yellowpages.co.za

Insulation Materials - Thermal

South African thermal insulation material manufacturers and distributors supply plenty of cheap and common thermal insulation materials available in the market today. Most of the material has been around for quite some time and used as roofing or packaging material, blast freezers as well as piping and heating insulation material. The products include pink aerolite, fiberglass, mineral wool, cellulose, polyurethane foam, polystyrene and other materials.

Thermal insulation material companies stock a range of products such as fiberglass which is made by effectively weaving fine strands of glass into an insulation material that is able to minimise heat transfer. They also stock mineral wool insulation products such as glass wool manufactured from recycled glass and rock, wool made from basalt as well as slag wool produced from the slag of steel mills. They also supply cellulose made from recycled cardboard, paper, and other similar materials. Cellulose is one of the most eco-friendly forms of insulation. It is also one of the most fire resistant forms of insulation. Polyurethane foams are also an excellent form of insulation material. Polystyrene is water proof thermoplastic foam which is also an excellent sound and temperature insulation material.

Other common thermal insulation materials include aerogel used for the construction of heat resistant tiles as well as pyrogel which is used for specific applications. Natural fibres such as hemp, sheep’s wool, cotton, and straw are other foams of insulation material. Some health hazardous materials that were used in the past as insulation material are now no longer available. These include vermiculite, perlite and urea-formaldehyde. These materials have a reputation of containing formaldehyde or asbestos and have essentially been removed from the list of commonly used insulation materials.

Clients who need thermal insulation materials can contact manufacturers found in the Yellow Pages. They offer clients the best prices and deals of thermal insulation material products.

For more information about thermal insulation materials visit the Yellow Pages at www.yellowpages.co.za

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