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Armaflex purpose-engineered ductwork insulation from Armacell can provide both thermal and acoustic properties for modern commercial buildings such as schools, hospitals and office complexes.

The ductwork insulation is designed to eliminate temperature losses.

According to the company, the distribution and continuous recirculation of ducted filtered air is subject to the gradual accumulation of general pollutants, which can lead to breathing difficulties and symptoms of ill health for the building occupants.

Typical contaminants can include natural gases such as carbon dioxide, in addition to harmful volatile organic chemicals (VOCs), industrial fibres, acidic particles and general dust, mould spores and bacteria, which can all contribute towards the impact of building syndrome, identified by illnesses and lost working days.

Armaflex duct system products, however, are purpose designed to provide easy-to-clean, efficient insulation with zero ratings for ozone depletion and global warming potential.

They are suitable for applications in large public buildings, providing combined thermal and acoustic properties to help maintain safe and comfortable environments within workplaces or public areas.

Armaflex products are both clean and efficient and free of dust, fibres, formaldehyde and other dangerous gases.

They also feature a closed-cell structure with a built-in water-vapour barrier.

This eliminates the possibility of fibre migration and moisture wicking, with the effect that Armaflex remains dry and mould is denied the moisture it needs to grow.

The incorporation of Microban anti-microbial protection enhances the inherent resistance against mould growth to ensure that the quality of the ducted air is not compromised.

Stable thermal values are maintained, as well as excellent acoustic properties to minimise noise transmission through the ductwork.

Combining these attributes reduces overall weight and minimises material requirements and costs for system installations.

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