Low-E Reflective Insulation is suitable for dozens of different Automotive and Marine applications from Cars, Trucks and Campervans to Yachts, Barges, Canal Boats and even Ferries. Low-E is also used extensively throughout the refrigerated vehicle market.
The important thing to remember is that the exterior skin of any vehicle or boat is not breathable, so there is a risk of condensation forming. Any warm air that meets a cold surface is likely to condensate. Therefore, you want to ensure that the insulation you used will not absorb moisture.
Low-E Reflective Insulation is available in various thicknesses and will act not only as Reflective Insulation, but it will also act as a thermal break and vapour control layer, greatly reducing the risk on condensation forming on the product.
Low-E Insulation products are available in 3mm (Micro-E Insulation), 5.5mm (Low-E Insulation) and 11mm (Ultra-E Insulation) to provide greater core resistance and sound deadening.
To maintain a Vapour Control Layer (VCL) we also supply the very popular Low-E Seam Tape. It is recommended that Low-E Seam Tape is always used for joining and sealing edges, seams and rolls of Low-E Insulation together to create airtight seals and reduce drafts and air movement.
If you want to learn more about Low-E Reflective Insulation, How It’s Made -or- How it Compares, you can visit the Low-E blog page here https://low-e.co.uk/blog/
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