block insulation

block insulation

A rigid or semirigid slab of thermal insulation.
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Johns Manville aM), a leading building products manufacturer, has launched JM CladStone Water & Fire Block Insulation, a non-combustible continuous insulation mineral wool product.
It was built with 5" of multilayered firebrick and mineral wool block insulation for energy-efficiency and low outside shell temperature.
The unit has 7" thick insulated walls comprising 5" of 2,300[degrees]F ceramic fiber and 2" of block insulation. The 7" floor insulation contains 4-1/2" of 2,300[degrees]F firebrick and 2-1/2" of block insulation.
The interior of the chamber is lined with a multi-layer combination of lightweight firebrick and block insulation to minimize heat loss.
There are 3 inches of insulating firebrick and 1 inch of block insulation in the walls, top and door.
The unit features 7" thick insulated walls, comprising 5" of 2,300[degrees]F ceramic fiber and 2" of 1,700[degrees]F ceramic fiber while the 6-1/2" floor insulation consists of 4-1/2" of 2,300[degrees]F firebrick and 2" of 1,900[degrees]F block insulation. This box furnace includes a motor-operated vertical lift door, with a digital programming temperature controller and manual-reset, excess temperature controller with separate contractors, for improved efficiency, and safety.
These insulation materials include but are not limited to pipe lagging, pipe wrap, HVAC duct insulation, block insulation, cements and muds, and fabricating to specification.