Duct Wrap Insulaton R-4.2

Insulation for Duct Wrap, R-4.2 Direct Wrap

Installation Instructions

Installation Instructions: (There are 2 options)

1. Spiral Wrap Directly Against Duct

  • Make sure all metal joints, seams and penetrations are sealed.

  • Spiral wrap InfraStop® around the duct, overlapping 2” as you proceed.

  • If necessary, trim width of product to accommodate bends or diameter changes in the duct.

  • Securely tape seams with a UL 181 Tape (goal is an air-tight, snug seam seal).

  • Do not leave any exposed duct or space where air can enter between the duct and the InfraStop®.

2. Standard Wrap Directly Against Duct

  • Make sure all metal joints, seams and penetrations are sealed.

  • Verify circumference of the duct.

  • Cut the InfraStop® product to this length plus 2”.

  • Wrap the product around the duct and securely tape the linear and circumference seams (overlapping 1”- 2”) with a UL 181 Tape (goal is an air-tight, snug seam seal). Do not leave any exposed duct or space where air can enter between the duct and the InfraStop®.

Duct Wrap Insulation Roll Sizes

Tape for Duct Wrap Applications

Thermal Insulation

Insulation for Duct Wrap - No Spacer, R-4.2

Product Information

InfraStop® Insulation products are a group of technologically advanced materials. They are ideal for new construction or retrofit applications in commercial, industrial, metal and post/frame buildings, along with many other DIY applications. When you think of insulation, you should think of InfraStop®. Our products are recognized for their thermal performance, easy installation, versatility, price and environmental friendliness.

Benefits

  • Easy to handle and install
  • Convenient roll sizes
  • Class A / Class 1 Fire Rating
  • Inhibits dew point condensation
  • Vapor retarder (0.02 perms)
  • Does not compress, collapse or disintegrate
  • Non-toxic / non-carcinogenic

Testing and Certification

InfraStop® products are thoroughly tested at either nationally approved independent laboratories or leading universities. Tests are performed to current American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards when a standard exists. For a copy of an actual test report, please e-mail us at customer.support@insulationstop.com.

  • HVAC Insulation Applications

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