rigid insulation

rigid insulation

[′rij·id ‚in·sə′lā·shən]
(electricity)
Electrical insulation that is part of a rigid structure, and must provide mechanical strength and stability of form as well as a dielectric barrier; mica, glass, porcelain, and thermosetting resins are the principal materials used.
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rigid insulation

Thermal insulation whose density is high enough so that a sheet of this insulation will stand upright if supported only along one edge of the sheet.
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Install rigid insulation on top of the timber, and I'd probably use a liquid plastic as opposed to roofing felt.
Internally, rigid insulation boards are fitted to the wall, or a stud wall is built and filled in with insulation material.
At the new site, we'll manufacture formulated systems for the footwear and automotive markets; rigid insulation foam used in construction and cold chain applications; and simulated wood for the furniture market.
If this is your question, I don't see what adding rigid insulation to the plywood walls would do to improve the situation.
David Robb, by email AI WOULD put rigid insulation on the underside of the concrete and use insulation fixings to secure it.
Let's lay out the actors: the rigid insulation manufacturers, the spray foam manufacturers, the fiberglass insulation manufacturers and the cellulose insulation manufacturers.
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You could remove the wardrobes and stick rigid insulation to the back with a grab adhesive.
Instead, line the inside of the doghouse with an inch or more of rigid insulation, then cover that with some type of chew-resistant material like hardboard or plywood.