blanket insulation[′blaŋ·kət ‚in·sə′lā·shən]
Insulation in the form of a rolled sheet sometimes having a vapor-barrier treated paper backing.
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Thermal insulation in a rolled sheet form, with a flexible lightweight blanket of mineral wool or a similar material, often backed with a vapor barrier, such as felt-treated paper or vinyl sheeting.
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Thermal insulation, commonly fabricated of fibrous glass material, with or without confining envelope, facings, or coatings; in properly selected density and thickness, can conform to curved or irregular surfaces of equipment, large-diameter piping, or tanks; also used as an acoustical material behind a facing material or as a component in sound-insulating construction.
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