How to Insulate Your Home with Biobased Spray Foam Insulation

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Energy expert Sean Misskelly of Clarum Homes discusses weatherization using biobased spray foam insulation that has no VOCs or formaldehyde.

Often clients come to us with a home that’s already designed. They ask us to help them improve a home’s air tightness and thermal envelope. One straightforward solution is insulation.

In this video, we show a traditionally-framed home. Instead of installing batted insulation, we chose a bio-based spray foam insulation. This insulation adds a superior R-value, breaks thermal bridging, and enhances the home’s air tightness.

The airless sprayer application doesn’t require any chemical propellants and as the material cures, it is free of all off gassing. This lends itself to a more comfortable and healthy home.

Pakistan’s First Nano Ceramic Insulation coating “isothane”,, 0300-9555117

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(Thermal insulation & waterproof coating)

Isothane is the most advanced radiant barrier; this space age product having ceramic micro spheres of millions tiny vacuum beads clustered tighter to form a resin that, when applied to roofs or wall, dries to create a tough, heat-insulation coating. isothane is non-toxic & environmentally friendly as it reduces internal temperatures up-to 45% ,thus cuts the need for cooling by up-to 40%, with a reduction in internal temperature you can enjoy lowering you air conditioning & refrigeration, so that you can save energy cost up-to 50%.

How isothane block the heat buildup
Heat comes in three forms: ultra-violet (UV), visible light & infrared (IR), isothane will block all three, especially IR, which is responsible for roughly 57% of heat load on buildings.

Isothane can be applied on the roof & side of a building, such as RCC, metal, felt, asphalt, aluminum, wood & rubber; it can be used on the interior surfaces.

Isothane as waterproof coating
With having high elongation & strong bonding additional properties, isothane can creates excellent waterproof barrier against all type of roofs & exterior walls.

Why Isothane..???
Isothane is an ideal replacement of supplement for conventional blanket insulation, and additional benefit includes:
• Contains anti-fungal, anti-rust, anti-mould & sound absorption properties
• Application versatility ideal for wood, concrete, bricks & metal etc
• Superior moisture protection & heat dissipation
• Elimination of condensation under insulation
• Eliminates blistering, peeling & cracking
• Proprietary cross-linking structure
• Reduces temperatures up-to 45%
• Save energy cost up-to 50%
• Reduce maintenance coasts
• Crack-free & flexible
• Seal and waterproof
• Fire Retardant
• Easy to apply
• Non-toxic
• Anti-rust

Isothane can prevents thermal shocks
Damage due to hot weather conditions, Isothane also helps to prevent building expansion/contraction & thermal shocks.

Extra features of Isothane

1. Penetrating Quality (itself penetrate in surface & make it waterproof)

2. White (enhance insulation factor & help out to avoid expansion & contraction)

3. Joint-less (less risk to unwrap the joints)

4. Flexible(less risk of cracks in expansion & contraction)

5. Itself bonding with surface(less risk to De-bonded from surface)

6. Long life(due to white & flexible)

7. Finished Surface (no need to cover the final surface)

8. Easy to apply on uneven-surface

9. Waterproof

Advantages of thermal insulation

• Total recovery period for investment on thermal insulation in one year (it reduce the electricity and gas bills )
• After pay back the principal amount, you can save equal amount yearly.
• Its makes the home more comfortable and luxurious
• Protect your family from skin and respiratory diseases.
• Increase your building life & property value.
• Sound-proof.

• Preparation
Use Power wash & make sure that the roof is clean, dry & free from dust, oil, wax, greases, rust & corrosion

• Application
Use sprayer, roller or brush and apply two coats of isothane. The first coat should be dry before the second coat can be applied.

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Tiny House Insulation Installation- How to Insulate Floor- Part 3

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In this video- we insulate the floor of the tiny house.

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How to Insulate AC Gas Pipe & Wire | Wrapping of AC Gas Pipe | Split AC Insulation Process

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Split AC Insulation Process | How to Insulate AC Gas Pipe & Wire | Wrapping of AC Suction Pipe | How to add insulator on Split Air Conditioner Gas Pipe, Suction Pipe and Cable Electrical Wire to protect them from outside. In Split Air Conditioner (AC) in-between Indoor and Outdoor Unit there are Gas Pipe, Suction Pipe and Electric Cable Wire – So to give these more protection, people use to WRAP these wire and pipes with Insulator. Watch how technician does Wrapping of Gas Pipe and Cable Wire of Air Condition. In video Split AC model and make is Panasonic US18SKY-1 Inverter 1.5 Ton Split AC.

How to Insulate Roofs, Walls and Floors WITHOUT Kingspan or Celotex Insulation

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Visit to see how to Insulate Roofs, Walls and Floors in less space without using Kingspan or Celotex. How to achieve a U Value of .18 by even with Roof rafters with minimal depth. Learn how to gain more head room in loft conversions and Barn Conversions. You can fit SuperQuilt with Kingspan or Celotex or on it’s own depending on the U Value you need to achieve. You can download all the Fitting Instructions and Data Sheets here