Oven Insulation materials
Cookers and refrigerators are at the heart of every kitchen. To meet the demands of modern families and businesses they must operate with optimum efficiency and complete safety. For instance, oven insulation is used to reduce fire risk and limit the heat of the oven sides.
As a result of growing environmental concerns and government incentives, energy saving in household appliances is now firmly under the spotlight. Every manufacturer targets appliances that achieve the highest energy classes, such as A+++ or A-30%. This involves new challenges for oven insulation materials.
Manufacturers must constantly improve quality, performance, productivity and competitiveness to stay ahead. And there, insulation plays an important role. By reducing thermal losses through the sides of the cooker or refrigerator, insulation optimizes appliance efficiency allowing the maximum amount of heat energy to be used to cook or cool the food.
For Cooking Ovens, ISOVER has developed specific glass wool products that combine cost efficiency with the highest standard of thermal insulation performance and the ability to operate at temperatures up to 550°C.
Made from up to 80% recycled glass and locally-sourced raw materials, like sand, ISOVER glass wool is also perfectly in line with environmental demands and sustainability.
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