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Pallet Cover

Radiant Barrier

Pallet Cover

Highlights

Innovative Insulation has incorporated the many benefits of our Super R Plus® Radiant Barrier into a product that helps protect your valuable shipments. Our new pallet cover is manufactured from our proven Super R Plus® Radiant Barrier and features all stitched seams for the reliable protection, strength, and longevity. Our pallet covers have a wide variety of applications for temperature and climate sensitive products. This includes pharmaceuticals, food, perishables, plants and flowers, and more. These pallet covers can be implemented in both single use or multiple use applications.

Key Benefits

  • Lightweight
  • Easy to handle
  • Sewn seams for added strength and longevity
  • Utilizes the proven technology of our Super R Plus® Radiant Barrier

Meets ASTM C1313 Standard Specifications for Sheet Radiant Barriers for Building Construction Applications

Product Description Two-sided reflecting metallized film with polyethylene woven reinforcement
Weight 29.5 lbs per 1000 sq ft roll
Tensile/Tear Strength Length: 13.23 pounds force
Width: 13.98 pounds force
ASTM D2261
Pliability 70°F±5°F & 50±5% Relative Humidity –
No Cracking or Delamination
ASTM C1313-05
Adhesive Performance 180°F±5°F & 50% Relative Humidity –
No Bleeding or Delamination
ASTM C1313-05
Flame Spread & Smoke Class A/ Class 1
0 Flame Spread, 5 Smoke Development
ASTM Method E84-10
Resistance to Fungi PASS – No Growth
ASTM C1338-08
Thermal Properties EMISSIVITY: 0.05
REFLECTIVITY: 95%
ASTM C1371-04a
Standard Size 42" x 48" x 48"
Other sizes available by special order

Frequently Asked Questions

The Florida Solar Energy Center at Cape Canaveral has tested radiant barriers in both small-scale laboratory and full-scale building models. Their results indicate that radiant barriers provide significant resistance to heat transfer. Current tests conducted by the Tennessee Valley Authority and the University of Mississippi support the findings of the Florida Solar Energy Center. Northeastern Illinois University conducted winter tests in residential and commercial structures using infra-red thermograph photography. The photos showed significant resistance to heat transfer over the regular insulation.

The “R” value depends on the number and size of the airspaces surrounding the Radiant Barrier and on the direction of the heat flow. Since Radiant Barrier is usually installed on top of existing mass insulation, its R-value is a moot point. It is Radiant Barrier’s ability to reflect heat that makes it such an energy saver.

Radiant Barrier is unlike mass insulation which only slows down or resists heat transfer. Radiant Barrier reflects heat. Heat always goes cold by natural law—the problem is how to keep the heat in in the winter and how to keep it out in the summer. There are three ways in which heat goes from warm spaces to cold spaces: conduction is direct heat flow through a solid object such as a wall or a ceiling. Convection is heat movement through air, occurring when air is warmed. The warm expands, becoming less dense and rising. Radiation is the movement of heat rays across air spaces from one warm object to a cooler object. The heat we feel from a wood stove or a quartz space heater is radiant heat. All objects and bodies give off radiant heat. Even the insulation in your attic gives off radiant heat to the cold attic space in the winter, and to the living space in the summer. Regular insulation won’t stop radiant heat loss. Radiant heat must be reflected with a radiant barrier.

A1 “Hundreds of samples of aluminum foil have been stored in the laboratory for various periods of time up to 10 years with no visible signs of deterioration.” American Society of Heating & Air Conditioning Engineers’ Journal Section

A2 “Aluminum is highly resistant to the effect of corrosion… Aluminum is constantly being used where it is exposed to weather, salt spray and other conditions, which would adversely affect most metals.” The United States Rubber Co. Booklet, Serving You Through Science, Page 5.

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