Made of rocks and minerals spun into small, high temperature-resistant fibers, Rockwool (or mineral wool) insulation is used for a variety of applications. Typically blown in, it not only is thermally efficient but can also help provide soundproofing.
Rockwool insulation is often used for:
- For thermal control and acoustical comfort in buildings (attics, ceilings, walls and more)
- For thermal, acoustical and condensation control in commercial and institutional HVAC systems
- For energy savings, process control and sound control in industrial and manufacturing processes
Rockwool insulation helps protect against damaging moisture infiltration that can reduce the R-value and overall performance. This can help you maximize energy savings.