FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Most frequent questions and answers
The reduction of heat transfer (i.e., the transfer of thermal energy between objects of differing temperature) between objects in thermal contact or in range of radiative influence
Averagely a temperature drops of 7°C is easily achieved when Jumbolene roof insulation is installed.
A reduction of 30% – 40% on energy cost is achieved where Air Conditioning units are in use.
Yes. It reduces contact noise (e.g. rain noise) by about 19dbs especially the 10mm thick.
It does not collapse with time; it maintains its structure/form over time.
It reflects the solar radiant heat and blocks heat transfer through conduction and convection.
It seals around nails once pierced through.
It is laid on the purlins and given a small sag.
It is long lasting and lasts at least forty years.
Yes, it can. The insulation is laid below the purlins and supported by galvanized GI wire strainer wires or galvanized mild steel plates. An overlap of about 100mm is recommended while installing.
This depends very much on the height of the roof from the floor and the operational temperature of the area to be insulated. In addition, the insulation effect increases with the thickness of the product.