Energy, Acoustic, and IAQ Benefits of Elastomeric-Foam Duct Insulation
12/8/2010, 2 p.m. EST
Traditionally, engineers have selected air-duct insulation for thermal efficiency, condensation control, or noise control. Fiber-free elastomeric foam is a safer, more all-inclusive alternative to standard duct liners. Hospitals and schools have used it to enhance the performance of HVAC systems while safeguarding indoor-air quality (IAQ).
This Webinar will review data on newer elastomeric technologies that achieve the desired balance between energy efficiency, remarkable acoustic performance, good indoor environmental quality, and favorable life-cycle costs and contribute to LEED and sustainability initiatives.
Scott Arnold, Executive Editor, HPAC Engineering
Mark Sylvester, LEED AP, Market Development Manager, Western NA, Armacell LLC.
Dr. Mark Swift, Ph.D., Global Marketing Manager Acoustics, Armacell LLC.
Michael J. Resetar, Technical Manager, NA Insulation, Armacell LLC.