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Phenolic vs. Cellular Glass Insulation in Cold Piping Applications

Dyplast releases new Technical Bulletin on Phenolic vs. Cell Glass mechanical insulation for cold temperature applications.

 
PRLog - Mar. 12, 2014 - Phenolic and cellular glass mechanical insulation have each been demonstrated as viable choices for cold applications when 25/50 (per ASTM E84) is required, particularly in chilled water applications. This Technical Bulletin offers an objective comparison - - with the conclusion that when comparing both side by side, the overall advantages clearly belong to phenolic.

The new phenolic is not the old phenolic

New catalysts with minimum detectable halogens

Low water absorption (the difference between 0.9% for phenolic vs. 0.2 for cellular glass is not material)

Phenolic with 60% better insulating value

0.18 versus 0.30 at 50°F

2.5 inches versus 4.5 inches thickness in a typical 50°F scenario

Phenolic is roughly 67% lower cost per board foot

Plus lower fabrication/installation costs

#2 and 3 above when taken together puts phenolic capital costs possibly at one-third that cellular glass - - and that's ignoring fabrication and installation

Phenolic is one-third the weight of cellular glass

6 times more weight per linear foot in the 2.5 vs 4.5 inch scenario

In summary, both phenolic and cellular glass have been demonstrated as viable choices as insulation for cold applications when 25/50 is required. However, when comparing both side by side, the overall advantages clearly belong to phenolic.

On our site Dyplast is full Technical Bulletin.
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