Flashing

Flashings are more important for industrial and other commercial building. We shall supply all type of flashing made out of GI(Galvinized Iron), SS(Stainless Steel), PPGI(Pre - Painted GI) different type and different size according to the requirement.

This flashing type can be use cold storage, roofing system, industrial partiation, ceiling panel joints etc. We are best service provide in Chennai.

Hot Insulation

The Insulation is required for environment temp. Exceeding 600C. The type of Insulation comes under Hot Insulation. The materials required and generally applied for the Hot Insulation are as under:

Cold Insulation

The Insulation is required for environment temp. below ambient The type of Insulation comes under Cold Insulation. The materials required and generally applied for the Cold Insulation are as under:

It will be interesting to note that the above material can be applied in Block and Pipe Sections by Manual Application process.

Cellular Glass Insulation

Cellular glass insulation is composed of crushed glass combined with a cellulating agent.

These components are mixed, placed in a mold, and then heated to a temperature of approximately 950 0F. During the heating process, the crushed glass turns to a liquid. Decomposition of the cellulating agent will cause the mixture to expand and fill the mold. The mixture creates millions of connected, uniform, closed-cells and form at the end a rigid insulating material.

Cellulose Insulation

Cellulose is made from shredded recycled paper, such as newsprint or cardboard. It's treated with chemicals to make it fire- and insect-resistant, and is applied as loose-fill or wet-sprayed through a machine.

Fiberglass Insulation

Fiberglass is the most common type of insulation. It's made from molten glass spun into microfibers.

Mineral Wool Insulation

Mineral wool is made from molten glass, stone, ceramic fibre or slag that is spun into a fiber-like structure. Inorganic rock or slag are the main components (typically 98%) of stone wool. The remaining 2% organic content is generally a thermosetting resin binder (an adhesive) and a little oil.

Polyurethane insulation

Polyurethane is an organic polymer formed by reacting a polyol (an alcohol with more than two reactive hydroxyl groups per molecule) with a diisocyanate or a polymeric isocyanate in the presence of suitable catalysts and additives.

Polyurethanes are flexible foams used in mattresses, chemical-resistant coatings, adhesives and sealants, insulation for buildings and technical applications like heat exchangers, cooling pipes and much more.

Polystyrene Insulation

Polystyrene is an excellent insulator. It is manufactured in two ways:

Extruded polystyrene, or XPS, is a closed-cell, thermal plastic material manufactured by a variety of extrusion processes. The main applications of extruded polystyrene insulation are in building insulation and construction in general.

Molded or expanded polystyrene is commonly called breadboard and has a lower R-value than extruded polystyrene.

Polyisocyanurate Insulation

Polyisocyanurate or polyiso is a thermosetting type of plastic, closed-cell foam that contains a low-conductivity gas (usually hydro chlorofluorocarbons or HCFC) in its cells.