HVAC Duct Insulation

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It is important that you add ductwork insulation into your HVAC systems so that they continue to circulate heated and cooled air throughout your home effectively. Some of the benefits of adding HVAC duct insulation in the form of duct insulation wrap and more include:

  • Reduced utility bills
  • Reduced energy consumption
  • A more comfortable home to live in

When you invest in exterior duct insulation and HVAC bubble wrap insulation from a reliable HVAC duct insulation manufacturer, you ensure that your duct system will have a consistent temperature and that there won’t ever be any air leaking out.

When the air leaks out due to faulty insulation, that could result in higher energy bills for you and just an overall uncomfortable home altogether. Luckily, Insulapack has a fix for you!

Insulapack™ offers Insulation, a multi-layered, laminated plastic cellular-bubble material filled with insulating gas complete with a metallic reflective outer layer that provides a very high thermal resistance (R-value) to insulate walls, ceilings, basements, attics, mechanical ductwork, and piping. The outer metallic foil layer of Insulapack™ ensures that the product will not provide radiant heat transfer, and its plastic cellular-bubble construction makes the product impervious to humidity.

The insulating gas within the green-colored plastic bubbles is inert, non-reactive, and not flammable. The multi-laminated plastic cells will not leak, and the material has been aged tested to perform effectively for a minimum of 50 years. This material ensures extremely low water vapor permeance acting as a vapor barrier and will not corrode. It resists mold and will not provide a nesting environment for animals and insects.

Insulapack™ Insulation is tested and meets 25/50 ULC – Formaldehyde free • Extremely lightweight – Does not adsorb/absorb moisture – UL & ULC Certified

Want to find out how you can make your home more comfortable for you and your loved ones? Get in touch with Insulapack now to begin.


  • Description
  • Thermal Resistance
  • Fire Rating
  • Emissivity
  • Reflectivity
  • Water vapour transmission
  • Resistance to fungus & bacteria
  • Delamination or cracking
  • Operating temperature range
  • Temperature & humidity resistance
  • Thermal Transmission Properties
  • Test Method
  • ASTM C335
  • ASTM E84-13a
  • ASTM C1371
  • ASTM E903
  • ASTM E96
  • ASTM C1338-08
  • ASTMC1224-03
  • AST411
  • ASTMC1258
  • ASTM 518-10
  • Results
  • 1” ≈ R-10.6 | 3/4” ≈ R-8 | 1/2” ≈ R-5
  • Flame Spread 0, Smoke 5
  • 0.04
  • 0.096
  • 0.029PERMS
  • does not promote growth
  • None
  • -50 to 180º F
  • None, some metalized corrosion
  • No thermal degradation noticed (250 deg. Fehr.)

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! Insulating your HVAC ducts can be a great way to save money, both in terms of energy costs and HVAC maintenance. HVAC duct insulation can help regulate the temperature and humidity of your home or business, making it more comfortable, while reducing your monthly energy bills.

Insulated HVAC ductwork can last for many years when properly maintained. Depending on the HVAC system and the type of insulation used, it is estimated that insulated HVAC ductwork can last anywhere from 10 to 30 years before needing to be replaced or repaired. Insulapack is a leading manufaturer of HVAC duct insulation wrap with higher quality and better-insulating.

HVAC ducts play an integral role in most HVAC systems, providing an efficient transport system for heated or cooled air to be circulated throughout a space. As a result, it is important that indoor ducts are properly insulated in order to maintain the desired indoor temperature and reduce energy costs.

Insulating your ducts is an effective way to improve the efficiency of your HVAC system and lower energy costs. Not only it will help maintain a consistent temperature throughout the home, but it can also decrease the noise that comes from the system. By properly insulating, you can reduce air leakage, which will maintain comfort levels while improving air flow.

The cost-effectiveness of HVAC duct insulation depends on multiple factors, such as the climate of the area, the type of insulation used, and how much energy is expected to be saved. Generally speaking, insulating ducts in areas with extreme climates or large temperature fluctuations—such as hot summers and cold winters—is likely to be more cost-effective than in milder climates.

When it comes to determining how much duct insulation you need, there are several factors that must be taken into account. First, you need to consider the type of insulation you’ll be using. There are three main types of duct insulation: fiberglass, foam board and metal jacketing. Each material has its own qualities and features that make it suitable for different applications.

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