Foil Faced Fiberglass Insulation Wholesale Prices

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Reinforced foil-facing has fire resistance

Overall, our FSK (Foil-Scrim-Kraft) reinforced foil-facing fiberglass insulation is popular because of its benefits: This thermal insulation is moisture and fire-resistant and durable, making it a great choice in numerous construction and HVAC applications.

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  • Fiberglass insulation is delivered in 10-14 days.
  • Multi-layer Composition: FSK reinforced foil facing typically consists of an aluminum foil layer, a scrim (reinforced fiberglass) layer, and a Kraft paper layer. This combination offers durability, strength, and resistance to tearing.
  • Thermal Insulation: The aluminum foil layer reflects heat, effectively reducing heat transfer. This helps in maintaining the desired temperature inside buildings, leading to energy efficiency and comfort.
  • Moisture Barrier: FSK facing acts as an excellent moisture barrier, preventing water vapor from passing through. This reduces the risk of mold growth and water damage within insulation materials or the building structure.
  • Fire Resistance: Many FSK facings meet fire resistance standards (such as ASTM E-84 mentioned previously), making them suitable for use in various construction applications where fire safety is a concern.
  • Easy to Install: The material is designed for easy handling and installation. It can be cut to size and secured with staples, tapes, or adhesives, fitting various applications.

  • Durable: The reinforced nature of FSK facing adds to its durability, making it resistant to tears, punctures, and general wear and tear during installation and over its lifespan.
  • Versatile Use: It’s used in a variety of settings including commercial and residential buildings, in ductwork for HVAC systems, on pipes, and in many other areas where insulation is required.
  • Vapor Control: Besides acting as a moisture barrier, FSK facing also serves as a vapor retarder, helping to control the diffusion of moisture, which is particularly important in climates prone to high humidity.
  • Aesthetic Appeal: The foil surface of FSK facing provides a clean, reflective appearance which can be desirable in some exposed applications, such as in basements, commercial buildings, or industrial facilities where insulation may be left visible.

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Foil Faced Fiberglass Insulation

FSK facing is the facing that is applied to our Foil-Faced Fiberglass Insulation. It stands for Foil-Scrim-Kraft facing. It is a material used in the insulation industry for its thermal and moisture barrier properties. Here’s what each component of FSK means:

  • Foil: Refers to a layer of aluminum foil that is used for its reflective properties, helping to reflect heat away or retain it, depending on the application. This helps in controlling temperature and provides thermal insulation.
  • Scrim: A layer of reinforcing mesh made from fiberglass or sometimes polyester, which adds strength and durability to the material. The scrim layer helps prevent tearing and ripping, making the FSK facing more robust for handling and installation.
  • Kraft: A layer of Kraft paper, which serves as a moisture barrier, preventing water vapor from passing through the material. This helps in protecting insulation materials and building structures from moisture and potential damage like mold growth.

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Foil Faced Fiberglass Insulation

FSK (Foil-Scrim-Kraft) foil-facing fiberglass insulation is commonly used as a jacketing material for insulation products, including fiberglass batts and rolls, duct insulation, and other thermal insulation materials. Its main purposes are to enhance the insulation’s effectiveness by reflecting thermal radiation, protect insulation materials from moisture and physical damage, and improve the insulation’s appearance in exposed settings.

“Meets smoke and flame rating for ASTM E-84 for exposed applications” means that a material has been tested and passed a fire safety test called ASTM E-84. This test checks how much a material can resist fire and how much smoke it makes if it burns. It is essential for materials used in buildings where they can be seen and not covered up to make sure they are safe from fire and don’t produce too much smoke. This helps in keeping buildings safer from fire.

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