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Insulmat is a lightly bonded stone wool mattress stitched on galvanised wire mesh using galvanised wire. The wired mat is suitable for thermal acoustic insulation of industrial applications reaching high temperatures, such as industrial pipe work, boiler walls, furnaces and smoke ducts. Stainless steel mesh, stainless steel binding wire and/or aluminum foil facing are available upon request.

Technical Data

  • Excellent thermal and acoustic insulation.
  • Easy to handle and install.
  • Wide range of diameters and insulation thicknesses.
  • Optimal performance due to the extensive range of diameters.
  • Suitable for use over stainless steel.
  • For temperatures up to 650°C.
  • Long lasting.
  • Excellent fit provides optimal performance.
  • Fast return on investment.

Rockwool / Mineral Wool products offer effective protection and optimal performance for the entire life cycle of the installation. According to independent research, Mineral Wool is one of the most durable products available. Made from an almost inexhaustible common source, rock, slag or stone. An investment in Mineral Wool is equivalent to an investment in the future and the cost-benefit of Rockwool / Mineral Wool products are even after a long time still very good. Particularly noteworthy is the insensitivity to moisture. Rockwool / Mineral wool is water repellent, and because of the open fibre structure ‘breathable’. This means that moist air can circulate freely out to the open. Excellent insulation performance, a long life and low maintenance costs are all advantages for buying our products.

Mineral Wool stone wool is non-combustible and only melts above 1000°C. As a result, Mineral Wool insulation inhibits the spread of fire, ultimately saving lives and protecting constructions & installations. Our Rock wool products meet the strictest fire protection classes and make an active contribution to the fire safety of a building or installation. Other insulation materials combust at much lower temperatures and often release dangerous substances during combustion.