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Duct Insulation, 1-1/2In x 48In x 25Ft

JOHNS MANVILLE

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  • Item # 6ZKK3
  • Mfr. Model # 670378
  • UNSPSC # 30141505
  • Catalog Page # 3945
  • Shipping Weight 14.35 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemDuct Insulation
  • TypeWrap
  • Material of ConstructionFiberglass
  • Jacket MaterialFoil Scrim Kraft
  • ColorSilver
  • Thickness1-1/2"
  • Approx. ''R'' Factor4.2
  • Density3/4 lbs.
  • Width48"
  • Length25'
  • Temp. Range-32 to 250 F
  • StandardsASTM C-411,ASTM C-1104,ASTM C665, ASTM C-1338, ASTM E-84, UL723, NFPA 90A,CAN/ULC S102-1188,ASTM C1290, ASTM C553, ASTM C1136s
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Duct Insulation Wrap

• Temp. range: -32° to 250°F 48"W x 25"L
For HVAC systems that operate below ambient temperatures, and where temperature control and a vapor barrier are required. Insulation comes with a vapor barrier and a 2" stapling tab.
Meets ASTM C-411, C-1104, C665, C-1338, E-84; NFPA 90A; UL, C-UL Listed.
Fiberglass and Cotton Duct Insulation
For use in commercial and industrial heating, air conditioning, and power and process equipment applications.
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The exhaust pipe should only condesate when there is hot and cold air making contact. You may want to check your roof flashing and cap to make sure you do not have water coming in from the roof. If it is condensation, insulation will help prevent water from the condensation.

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