Closed-cell elastomeric-foam insulation for duct and piping applications—specifically, its unique properties and how they impact the efficiency and longevity of mechanical systems—is the subject of a free Webinar sponsored by Armacell and presented by HPAC Engineering to be held Wednesday, Oct. 16, at 2 p.m. EDT.
Titled "Energy, Sustainability and Life-Cycle Considerations for Specifying Pipe and Duct Insulation: The Benefits of Elastomeric," the hour-long Webinar will cover:
• Why closed-cell elastomeric foam provides more consistent thermal values for the life of a system than other insulating materials.
• The acoustic capabilities of elastomeric foam and how they compare with other common insulating materials.
• How closed-cell elastomeric foam protects against condensation.
• The beneficial life-cycle properties of closed-cell elastomeric foam.
• The role closed-cell elastomeric foam plays in maintaining indoor environmental quality.
• How elastomeric foam helps building owners meet current building standards and contributes to LEED certification.
• Specification tips to ensure optimum, long-lasting performance.
• Other applications that can benefit from closed-cell elastomeric foam.
The presenters will be Mike Resetar, technical manager, mechanical/technical insulation, Armacell, and Sandra Shattles, process engineer/plant chemist, Armacell.
Certificates of attendance will be provided to those who view the Webinar in its entirety live.
To register, click here.