According to the latest survey, aerospace insulation is the number one material to consider for your homes insulation.
The survey was carried out by the American Institute of Architects, which commissioned the study, to gauge the preference of the US population.
The study was carried forward by the Institute of Technology in Singapore, the leading institute for aerospace engineering, in which the results of the survey were compared with other relevant national and international research.
According to the study’s lead researcher, Prof. Zohar Harkiv, aerospace and aeronautics insulation is a material that offers both environmental and performance advantages over traditional building materials, and it is the most cost effective choice for those who need it most.
The study looked at the performance and environmental characteristics of the insulation material, including temperature, humidity, and energy efficiency.
Harkov said the results are clear.
“The results show that aerospace insulation offers more energy and thermal efficiency than conventional insulation materials,” he told The Jerusalem Times.
“This is the case even in high-rise buildings.
A study of thermal efficiency of composite composite insulation showed that composite insulation with a minimum thermal efficiency was superior to composite material with an average thermal efficiency.”
In contrast, conventional insulation with an energy-efficiency of 30% is a poor choice for high-rises,” he added.
According the survey, the average energy consumption per square meter of the composite insulation material is 8,500 W per year, and for the thermal efficiency, the study showed that the efficiency of the material was 23%.
In addition to the insulation of the core of the home, the report looked at insulation of various elements inside the structure, such as the floor, walls, and ceilings.”
We used different insulation materials to measure the performance of the materials, but we also included all the components, including the core and the perimeter insulation, and then combined all the performance measurements,” he said.
In addition to the insulation of the core of the home, the report looked at insulation of various elements inside the structure, such as the floor, walls, and ceilings.
Harkiv said the research revealed that the insulation materials that performed best in high rises were the polystyrene (PS), the acrylic, and the polycarbonate.
“It is clear that the best insulation for high rises is the poly Styrene.
In the same way, the poly Carbonate is better than the PSC and is also the best choice for interior walls,” he explained.
The results of this study were published on Tuesday in the International Journal of Building Research.
The report concluded that a composite insulation is not only a superior material for high rise buildings, but also a cost effective alternative to traditional materials.
The use of composite insulation for residential buildings has been around for more than 40 years, according to the survey.