Table 1 Calculated values thermal conductivity for various materials W / M2C Material 0.95 0.8 Silicate Brick Brick, full-bodied red brick hollow krupnoformativny 0.5 0.5 0.28 claydite wall stones of aerated lightweight concrete 0.15 Wooden 0.04 bar and semi-rigid min. plates (otechestv. Prospect Island) 0.04 Hard and semi-min. Plate 'PAROC' 0,041 Steklovatnye materials 'ISOVER' 0,045 Steklovatnye materials 'URSA' M-15 and M-17 .038 expanded polystyrene slabs 'IZOTEK' .038 expanded polystyrene slabs 'UREPOL' 0,038 Polyethylene foam 'Steinophon -290' and Energoflex 0.033 basalt superthin fiber thickness Table 2 Estimated Conditional fence fence thickness (insulation) at 332 cm Material 280 Brick Brick, lime sandstone brick red 175 hollow krupnoformativny 175 claydite 98 Wall stones of aerated lightweight concrete 52 wooden beams and semi-rigid 14 min. plates (otechestv. Prospect Island) 14 Hard and semi-min. Plate 'PAROC' 14,3 Steklovatnye materials 'ISOVER' 15,7 Steklovatnye materials 'URSA' M-15 and M-17 13 Foam polystyrene plates 'IZOTEK' 13 expanded polystyrene slabs 'UREPOL' polyethylene foam 13 'Steinophon -290' and 11.5 Energoflex basalt superthin fiber insulation: fiberglass Description Glass – this is fibrous insulation, which is formed during the melting of glass.
Modern glass wool has been virtually nothing in common with the vitreous of the Soviet era. It is safe, non-flammable, non-irritating to the skin and has a significantly higher functional performance. Versatility – the main advantage of glass wool. It can also be used for roofs of different shapes, and internal and external barriers (walls), in horizontal floors and basements. For all these purposes are issued corresponding profile thermal insulation materials.