Duct Liner Insulation

Fiberglass duct liner insulation helps manage heat transfer and unwanted sound. Architects, designers and mechanical engineers who specify HVAC systems want to optimize thermal efficiency while dampening unwanted noise to make structures as comfortable as possible for their occupants.

Key Benefits
Sound Control
Can help reduce sound transmission when installed properly
Thermal Properties
Provides thermal resistance for steady temperature control
Cost Efficiency
Helps reduce the building's operating costs
Durability
Withstands abuse during installation and operation
A Complete Line of Duct Liner Insulation
Versatile, lightweight and easy to install, fiberglass duct liner insulation is specified across a range of commercial and industrial applications. We offer the following liners to meet your unique insulation needs.
Atmosphere™ Duct Liner
Designed to offer excellent sound absorption, temperature control and energy conservation in sheet metal ducts.
Applications
Thickness
0.5"; 1"; 1.5"; 2"
Length
50' - 200'
Density
1.5 PCF; 2.0 PCF
Atmosphere™ Rigid Plenum Liner
Duct liner board delivers efficient sound absorption, low thermal conductivity and minimal air surface friction.
Applications
Thickness
1"; 1.5"; 2"
Length
48" - 120"
Width
24"; 48"
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Designed to Meet Industry Standards
We engineer our duct liners to meet the highest of industry standards — and your exacting expectations. Our insulation meets the following specifications and certifications to help you reach your green building goals and other requirements.
How to Choose the Right Insulation
Fiberglass Insulation
The smart choice to make spaces more comfortable and energy efficient.
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R-Value
The ability to resist heat flow — insulation's thermal resistance.
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Thermal Properties
Ability to enhance a thermal enclosure for comfort and efficiency.
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Insulating For Sound
Sound absorption characteristics, helping reduce noise transmission.
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