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Mineral Wool Insulation

Mineral Wool Insulation

Detailed Description

Mineral Wool, also known as mineral fiber, is a general name for fiber materials that are formed by spinning or drawing molten minerals (or "synthetic minerals" such as slag and ceramics). Mineral wool is a collective term used for wool like fibers made from a whole range of minerals. They are woven into wool like structures which have air pockets within them that trap the heat and are thus used for insulation.

Insulation material is a barrier which resists Heat, Sound to pass through it.

For various temperature applications: selection of material depends upon its conductivity, resistivity, and water permeability. Density & thickness is also important while selection.


Though the individual fibers conduct heat very well, when pressed into rolls and sheets, their ability to partition air makes them excellent heat conductors and sound absorbers

Heat Resistance of Mineral Wool



Glass wool

230 - 260°C

Rock Wool

700 - 850°C

Ceramic Fiber Wool(LT)


Ceramic Fiber Wool(HT)



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