Industrial Ventilation : Insulating your Ductwork

July 7, 2017
Red Cow

Ventilation systems require thermal insulation in order to restrict and control heat loss. For both financial and environmental reasons, it is important you reduce unnecessary heat loss in ducts that transport warm air. Ventilation ducts transport either warm or cold air. This, together with the temperature and moisture content of the surrounding air and in the duct, will influence your choice of insulation solution.

Ductwork insulation is very important in a number of applications because it ensures that the air travelling through the ductwork stays both at the desired temperature and doesn’t “leak” out. If the air leaks out at all, there will be an unnecessary energy loss, causing both higher energy bills and damage to the environment.

Below are some images of Airmatic insulating ductwork on site. As one of the UK’s leading providers of air movement and ventilation ductwork solutions,  we are dedicated to providing the highest level of quality and service for all of our customers. We are specialists in this kind of ductwork and use a specialised company to provide our insulation.

At Airmatic, we have gained considerable experience through working with a wide range of clients, encountering the most complex of ductwork designs and installation. We pride ourselves on being the best solution providers for all your ductwork and ventilation needs.
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