Natural fiber insulation

Titus HVAC’s EcoShield is a natural fiber insulation made from natural cotton.

12/28/2012


EcoShield by Titus HVAC provides sound absorption, indoor air quality friendly, and consistent thermal performance. Courtesy: Titus HVACTitus HVAC’s EcoShield is a natural fiber insulation made from high-quality, natural cotton composed of recycled denim. It is the only liner that provides superb sound absorption, offers consistent thermal performance, and is indoor air quality friendly at no extra cost. The EcoShield liner offers a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency-registered microbial mold and fungal inhibitor so it will not support bacteria. It contains no harmful irritants or chemicals and is safe for people and the environment. The liner complies with the ASTM and the National Fire Protection Agency standards. EcoShield liners come in a variety of stock and custom sizes. They also offer high air erosion tolerance and meet the same ASTM C1071 standards as fiberglass. EcoShield is resistant to dirt, debris, damage, and moisture, and does not cause skin irritation. 

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