pre-insulation

Pre Insulation in ISOWTC
To determine the optimum insulation, it is “Pre Insulationto work with a frequently needed at particularly high Temperatures or particularly low temperatures. Thus you get the best value for money for your customers.

To determine the optimum insulation, it is “Pre Insulation” to work with a frequently needed at particularly high Temperatures or particularly low temperatures. Thus you get the best value for money for your customers.

 

 

Insulation material mineral wool can not always be used for warmness (Hot Insulation). Since the temperature limits for this is at about 600 ° C (depending on manufacturer), other insulation materials must be used for higher temperatures. For high-temperature insulating materials there are some example as CMS (Calcium Magnesium Silicate Fiber), CS (Calcium Silicate) and Microporous Insulation.
Since these products are usually more expensive, it makes sense to build a multi-layer insulation. The first layer of high temperature material, up to a temperature limit of the mineral wool is working, and thereafter the mineral wool.

 

 

This calculation for mulitlayer can be performed with simple inputs themselves.

 

 

 

First enter material data. Make sure that in the first line has material with High Temperature , and in the second line of the material for subsequent insulation (usually mineral wool)

 

 

In the Status field, you can select whether ISOWTC has to calculate the Position Limit itself (status = calculate), an insulation thickness is specified by you (status = insulation thickness), or if you want to even specify a location temperature.

 

 

Once you have entered the environment variables that appear in the calculation of the calculated insulation thicknesses, with Pre Insulation.

 

 

The complete entry screen, you can view an image here.

 

 

The complete expression of the calculation can be viewed here.