Aluminum insulation coil with Kraft paper refers to a specific type of thermal insulation material used in various applications, particularly in the HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) industry. It consists of an aluminum coil or strip with a layer of Kraft paper adhered to one side. The combination of the aluminum coil and Kraft paper creates an insulation material that offers both thermal conductivity and moisture protection. The insulation helps prevent heat loss or gain, enhances energy efficiency, and provides temperature control.
Aluminum Coil: The aluminum coil is typically made from an aluminum alloy, such as 1060 or 3003. These alloys are commonly chosen for their thermal conductivity, corrosion resistance, and formability. The aluminum coil acts as the primary thermal conductor, facilitating the transfer of heat or cold in the application.
Kraft Paper: Kraft paper is a strong and coarse paper made from wood pulp. It is commonly used as a protective barrier or lining material. In the context of an aluminum insulation coil, the Kraft paper is applied to one side of the aluminum strip. The Kraft paper serves multiple purposes:
Moisture Barrier: Kraft paper helps prevent moisture from penetrating the insulation, protecting the underlying materials from water damage and maintaining the insulation’s effectiveness.
|Insulation material||Poly kraft paper moisture barrier|
|Surface||Stucco embossed or smooth|
|Common Alloy||1050, 1060, 3003, 3105, 5005, 5052, etc|
|Common Temper||H14, H16, H24, H26|
|Common Width||100 – 1500mm|
|Common Thickness||0.2 – 2.0mm|
|Polykraft paper thickness||0.1 – 0.15mm or customized|
|Protection||Plastic film covered|
After covering kraft paper, the aluminium roll can be further processed to make embossed aluminium roll.
Aluminum insulation coil roll with Kraft paper is commonly used for insulating HVAC ducts, pipes, and other equipment in residential, commercial, and industrial applications.
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