Thermocol Insulation For Air-Conditioning
Thermocol insulation in air conditioning system is primarily used to reduce heat gain or heat loss from piping. Other factors include preventing the icing of water vapor and condensation on cold surface. Water vapor from the air or surrounding area must be kept from entering the cold side of the pipe to prevent condensation of moisture from the air on the outside of the cold piping. Thermocol insulation for air-conditioning can be defined as the process which aids in the reduction of the transfer of the heat from outside to inside. Thermocol Insulation enables consistency in room temperature by keeping the room cooler in summer and warmer in winter from the outside. It is energy saving as the transfer of heat from inside to outside and vice versa be limited.