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Rock wool For Roof System
Rock wool For Roof System

Rock wool For Roof System

Product ID : IK-RW193
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Rock wool insulation is a very good buidling material for roof system

Product Description
The dimensions of rock wool insulation used in roof systems depending on the specific requirements of the building, local building codes, and climate conditions. The common dimensions include:
1. Thickness: typically ranging from 25mm to 200mm (1 inch to 8 inches). The thickness chosen depends on the desired level of thermal insulation required for the building.
2. Width*Length: commonly 600mm*1200mm (24 inches* 4 feet). Standard widths allow for easy installation between rafters or joists in roof assemblies.
3. Density: The density of rock wool insulation for roof systems can range from low to high, with typical densities falling between 30 kg/m³ to 200 kg/m³ (2 lbs/ft³ to 12.5 lbs/ft³). Higher density insulation offers better thermal and acoustic performance but may be more challenging to install.
We IKING GROUP can offer those dimensions of rock wool insulation for your roof systems, contact us now for more detail.

Pitched roof insulation is essential for several reasons:

1. Energy Efficiency: In moderate and cold climates, a significant amount of heat is lost through the roof of uninsulated homes. Insulating a pitched roof helps to prevent this heat loss, reducing the need for heating and lowering energy bills.

2. Cost Savings: By reducing heat loss and improving energy efficiency, pitched roof insulation can lead to cost savings over time. Homeowners can enjoy lower energy bills while maintaining comfortable living conditions.

3. Comfort and Efficiency: Effective insulation enhances comfort by regulating indoor temperatures and reducing drafts. It also improves the overall efficiency of heating and cooling systems.

4. Increased Usable Space: Insulating a pitched roof can create more usable and habitable space within the home or building. By installing insulation below, above, and between the rafters, homeowners can maximize the use of their attic or loft space.

5. Noise Reduction: As noise pollution becomes a growing concern in urban areas, properly insulated pitched roofs can help create a quieter living environment. Insulation materials absorb sound waves, reducing noise transmission from outside sources.

6. Fire Protection: Pitched roof insulation provides an added layer of fire protection for buildings. Materials such as ROCKWOOL insulation are non-combustible and can help prevent the spread of fire.

Overall, pitched roof insulation offers numerous benefits, including energy conservation, noise reduction, heat loss prevention, and fire protection, ensuring the long-term protection and comfort of buildings.

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