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Insulation Materials to Distribute EnGuard GlassFree Insulation

Insulation Materials, a provider of moisture protection and thermal insulation products, has declared that it will deal-out EnGuard GlassFree Insulation, produced by Vita Nonwovens, a non-woven fiber technology company.

EnGuard is produced from polyester fibers, which are made from 50% reprocessed PET products such as consumer used soda and water bottles.

Dane Malmberg, Insulation Materials’ Sales and Marketing Manager, while giving reasons for taking the distribution of EnGuard Insulation, said that the company has chosen the product for its innovation and quality. He explained how the product differs from conventional fiberglass insulations and its advantages in easy handling and installation. The product is produced using low level energy and a thermal bonding procedure, which does not use additives or binders that are harmful. He further said that the product produced from recycled PET bottles does not contain harmful chemical products or VOC yet provide better performance.

According to Kevin Womble, Vita Nonwovens VP Sales and Marketing, the EnGuard GlassFree Insulation will provide environment friendly and sustainable alternative for the clients who look forward for comfort and efficiency for a number of years.

Source: http://www.InsulationMaterials.com

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