We also provide process Insulation as well as Building Insulation Material and services which includes EPS Pipe section PUF Pipe section, PUF  Pipe Supports etc. For Process Insulation and EPS Board for under deck Above Deck, False Ceiling, Inner wall Insulation, Insulator Partition etc for building insulation.

The best way to insulate a building is to have a well-defined thermal boundary.  The thermal boundary of a building separates the conditioned (heated or cooled) spaces from outdoor or unconditioned areas.  A building should be insulated continuously around the thermal boundary, including corners and edges.  The surface of ducts and furnace cabinets that lie outside the thermal boundary, such as in an unfinished basement, should also be insulated.  A common problem that arises when creating a thermal boundary is thermal bridging, which happens when conductive materials span across a barrier and allow heat to flow from one side to the other.  For instance, when insulation is placed between wooden studs but not behind or covering the studs, the wood will continue to conduct heat through the wall.   A building’s heating load can be calculated by taking into account the various materials in each wall in order to see how insulation affects savings.


Underfloor heating systems provide warmth to the floor by using conduction, convection and radiation and control indoor climate for thermal comfort. With a floor heating system, the heat from the floor warms everything it touches and radiates throughout the room from the ground up. Radiant floor heating is an under the floor heating system that conducts heat through the floor surface, rather than through the air as in conventional forced-air heating systems and is most commonly used. Materials with thermal conducting properties, such as stone, concrete, and ceramic tile, conduct, transfer, and hold heat effectively while withstanding high temperatures and hence work best with radiant heating systems. Solid wood flooring can expand on using radiant heat while carpets have insulating properties that potentially reduces heat flow.