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Definition of thermal insulation
Thermal insulation :
    Heat penetrating walls and ceilings.
    Heat that penetrates the windows.
    Heat passing through natural ventilation holes.

The temperature that penetrates the walls and roofs in the summer days by 60% - 70% of the temperature to be displaced by air conditioning. The rest comes from windows and ventilation openings. The percentage of electricity consumed in the summer is estimated to cool the building by about 66% of the total power. Hence the importance of thermal insulation to reduce the consumption of electricity used for air conditioning, in order to reduce the leakage of heat through the walls and ceilings to achieve the appropriate housing and cost reduction.

  1. Rationalization in the consumption of electric power, where scientific experiments have shown that the application of the use of thermal insulation in residential buildings and governmental, commercial and industrial facilities reduces the electric power rates up to 40%.
  2. Maintain the building temperature appropriate for long without the need to operate the air conditioners for long periods of time.
  3. - Leads to the use of air conditioners with small capacity, and thus lower the cost of energy consumption devices used.
  4. Raise the level of comfort for building users.
  5. Reduces the use of air conditioners, which reduces the impact of health and psychological to the human because of the noise resulting from the operation of those devices.
  6. Reduces the thickness of the walls and ceilings necessary to reduce the transfer of heat inside the building.
  7. Providing the burden on power plants and distribution networks.
The most important specification of thermal insulation types
The most important factors affecting the choice of suitable thermal insulation materials include the following:
  1. The insulation shall be of low thermal conductivity.
  2. To be highly resistant to water and radiation.
  3. To be highly resistant to absorb water vapor.
  4. To be highly resistant to stresses resulting from large differences in temperature.
  5. To have good mechanical properties such as high coefficient of compressive resistance and resistance coefficient of cracking.
  6. To be fixed dimensions in the long term and is not able to expand and shrink
  7. To be in accordance with the Saudi standard specifications and not to result in any health damage in addition to the ease of installation.

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