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Table 212 Thicknesses of Various Insulations and Insulating Values
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R-Values: Fiberglass blankets/batts Rock wool blankets/batts Fiberglass loose/blown Rock wool loose/blown R-11 31 2" 4" 3" 31 2" 5" 4" R-19 6" 61 2" 5" 6" 81 2" 61 2" R-22 7" 71 2" 6" 7" 10" 71 2" R-30 91 2" 10" 8" 91 2" 131 2" 10" R-38 12" 13" 101 2" 12" 17" 13"
On occasion you might find the thermal qualities of an insulation material expressed in terms of U The U-value is the reciprocal of the R-value and can be determined by dividing the R-value into the numeral value For example, a fiberglass batt having an R-value of 19 has a Uvalue of 1 19, or 053 Basically, the lower the U-value, the greater the thermal resistance of the material, and the better its insulation quality
TYPES OF INSULATION
While it s true that each material used to make up your house possesses some insulating value, the effectiveness of individual types of materials varies greatly For example, a 1-inch-thick blanket of fiberglass insulation has the same insulation value as approximately a 31 2inch thick layer of pine wood planking, a 22-inch-thick wall of common brick, a 40-inch-thick layer of solid concrete, or a 54-inchthick (41 2 feet!) layer of stone The most popular types of insulation used in modern homes are blankets and batts of fiberglass and rock wool, rigid boards of polystyrene, fiberglass board, rigid foam boards, and various loose forms of fiberglass and rock wool
Fiberglass and Rock Wool Blankets and Batts
These two products make up about 90 percent of all homeowner insulation (Figs 211 and 212) They re made of compressed fibers that come
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