Global Powerful Solutions multi-layer reflective insulation products (based on different installation methods) are designed to help improve the performance of mass insulation by increasing the thermal efficiency and reducing radiant, conduction, and convection heat transfer. Our multi-layer insulation employs two highly reflective aluminum surfaces to resist radiant heat transfer, a feature not offered by traditional mass insulation. These reflective surfaces are joined by a blanket type of fibrous center core. Adding this technology between the two outer layers of aluminum creates a compound effect on the blanket’s performance and separates us from the competitors because we are more than just a barrier. This helps the design to be more resistant to the transfer of conduction, convection, & radiant heat (99% aluminum can block up to 97% of radiant heat transfer).
The MLI reflective blanket, developed by Environmentally Safe Products, has a center core that is based on a patented, non-toxic, closed-cell honey comb technology that helps to prevent conductive and convective heat transfer in addition to the radiant heat benefits. All of our insulation products are able to help with the resistance of radiant, conductive, and convective heat which can make homes more comfortable and can lower the cost of your utility bill. In addition to all the reflective properties, our patented technologies can add an additional R-value to help better insulate your home. (Global Powerful Solutions cannot guarantee savings as each home will vary).
Yes! Energy tests were conducted by Johns Manville Technical Center. AeroShield passes the UL1715/ UBC 26-3 Room Corner Wall Fire Test and meets all requirements for as required by the 2000 IBC. Many other products claim a Class 1 rating, however, some bubble-pack or foam core re ective installation products generate a Flame Spread many times the 25 rating required to achieve a Class 1 rating.
In addition, AeroShield passes the Intertek testing and meets all requirements for NFPA286 (2011 Edition) in conjunction with 2012 IBC Section 803.1.2 & Section 2603.10 for thermal barrier.
How is AeroShield installed?
AeroShield should be installed by trained technicians & is best when used in conjunctoin with existing insulation to block radiant plus heat conduction and convection. Common areas for installation are attic & crawl spaces, below radiant oors, on basement walls, on attic knee walls, & behind batts & walls.
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