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HVAC DUCTING SYSTEM,
UNDERDECK / OVERDECK INSULATION,
FALSE CEILING, COLD STORAGE

Company Profile
Asawa Insulation Pvt. Ltd. (AIPL) is the first
company

in

India

(Mumbai)

to

manufacture Pre-Insulated Panels (PIRPolyisocyanurate) and Accessories under
the brand name of SMART Panels. AIPL
has a state-of-art manufacturing facility
having installed capacity of 15,00,000
sq.m per annum.
We offer complete solutions from supply of SMART Panels with Accessories to

Fabrication & Installation and after sales service.

SMART (PIR) Panels
SMART Panels are manufactured of CFC & HCFC free closed cell

Polyisocyanurate foam “sandwiched” between Aluminium foil or Kraft Paper
with standard size of 4 m x 1.2 m and thickness varying from 15 mm to 50 mm.

10 mm – 50 mm thickness
Both side Aluminium Foil

10 mm – 50 mm thickness
Both side Kraft Paper

10 mm – 50 mm thickness
Kraft Paper / Aluminium Foil

SMART (PIR) Panels (Contd..)
SMART Panels are one of the best replacements of:-

• GI Ducts with Nitrile / Glasswool Insulation for HVAC Ducting System.
• Thermocol / Glasswool / Nitrile / Phenotharum for Underdeck & Overdeck
Insulation.

• Calcium Silicate tiles used for False Ceiling.

Applications
• Pre Insulated Ducting System for HVAC
 SMART Pre- Insulated Ducting System is
worldwide

used

residential,

hospitals

in

commercial,

and

industrial

applications.
 The final ducting is versatile and can be

installed internally or externally, can be
concealed above a false ceiling or visibly
mounted.

Applications (contd..)
• Wall Insulation

SMART Panels easily sticks to any surface and
there are no chances of creating any thermal or
cold bridges. We offer two variants for this

application.
 Aluminium Foil / Aluminium Foil
 Aluminium Foil / Paper


Floor Insulation / Roof Insulation
SMART Panels are applied seamlessly on the underside of the floor to prevent
heat transfer. PIR foam seamlessly seals the floor in contrast to the other
systems.

Applications (contd..)
• Underdeck Insulation / Overdeck Insulation
SMART Panels are applied to the surface of the
roof to prevent heat transfer. Thickness of the
panels varies from 15 to 50 mm. Variants available
under this application are
 Aluminium Foil / Aluminium Foil

 Aluminium Foil / Paper
 Paper / Paper

Applications
• False Ceiling

SMART Panels are used as false ceiling to prevent
heat and noise transfer as it has better Insulation
and acoustic property as compared to calcium
silicate tiles. We offer two variants under this
application.
 Aluminium Foil / Aluminium Foil
 Paper / Paper

Advantages of SMART Panels



Environmentally Friendly –CFC & HCFC Free



Energy Saving: Up to 20% Annually



Low “U” Value



Moisture Resistance



Resistance to Fungus Growth



Uniform Insulation Density



Clean Air – Contains No Microfibre

Advantages of SMART Panels (Contd..)



Excellent Dimensional Stability



Damps Maximum noise



Cleanable and Hygienic



Retrofitting new ducts to an existing home



Light Weight Structure for New Buildings



Easy to Install - needs only duct layout details



Ducting addition to an existing establishment

Advantages of SMART Panels (Contd..)

• No Limits on Size of Ducting

• Space saving – Flush fitting installation

Advantages of SMART Panels

• Aesthetically beautiful

• Installed by fully factory trained
fabricators

SMART Panels v/s GI Ducting System with Glasswool
Description

SMART Panel Ducting System

GI. Ducting System with Glasswool

Insulation

Uniform, Self Insulated

Insulation is not uniform and
needed additionally.

Noise

PIR Panels ensure excellent sound Additional acoustic Insulation is
proofing & acoustic performance.
required to reduce noise.

Leakage

Fabrication
methodology
and Higher chances of air leakage
joinery system lead to negligible air because of contraction and
leakage.
expansion over a period of time.

Thermal
0.021W/m.K
Conductivity

0.028-0.036 W/m.K

SMART Panels v/s GI Ducting System with Glasswool
Description

SMART Panel Ducting System

Energy

Electricity saving upto 20% due to
minimal air leakage and better Higher electricity costs.
Thermal Conductivity of Insulation.

Corrosion

No Corrosion

Space

Less space is required as duct can More space is required for fixing
be insulated closer to ceiling.
Insulation & cladding.

No maintenance and very easy to
Repair and repair if physical damage occurs, no
Maintenance need to replace the entire system,
only damaged part is repaired.

GI. Ducting System with Glasswool

Corrosion due to humidity

Requires periodic maintenance and
if damage occurs the complete
section of duct needs to be
replaced.

SMART Panels v/s GI Ducting System with Glasswool
Description

SMART Panel Ducting System

GI. Ducting System with Glasswool

Site Fabrication

Possible. Six times faster.

Possible but time consuming.

Appearance

Nice and more appealing.

Less appealing.

Cost

Comparable

-

Negligible water absorption
Water absorption exists at a very
Water Absorption (0.03% after immersion in
higher rate.
water for 24 hrs).

Material Handling
Not Required.
Precautions

Required as Glasswool causes skin
irritation and affects the respiratory
system.

Product Life

Less due to corrosion

More

SMART (PIR) Panels v/s Polyurethane (PU)
Description

SMART (PIR) Panels

Polyurethane (PU)

Insulation Material Type Thermostat

Thermoplastic

Effect of Ultraviolet Light No affect.

UV Light degrades PU.

PIR is not affected by
Effect of Construction solvents in adhesives,
Material
paints,
strain,
water
repellent & preservatives.

PU can be attacked with many
solvents in adhesives, paints,
strain, water repellent and
preservatives.

Thermal Conductivity

0.021 W/m.K

0.024 W/m.K

Density

More than 40 Kg/m³

More than 28 Kg/m³

Water Absorption

0.00 perms

2.23 perms

SMART (PIR) Panels v/s (PU) Polyurethane (Contd..)
Description

Effect of
Temperature

SMART (PIR) Panels

Polyurethane (PU)

PIR will not become supple or melt
PU will start softening & dripping
away at increased temperatures at
at temperature above 165°F and
above 200°F - 300°F without losing
melts above 200°F.
its rigidity.

Water Vapour
No
Transmission

Water will penetrate and
condense the cells thus reducing
Insulation Value.

Fire Propagation BS 476, Part 6, Class 0, with better
BS 476, Part 6, Class 0
Properties
Fire retardant properties.
Apparent
Closed Cell

More than 95%

More than 95%

Thermal
Performance

More R Value per inch

Less R Value per inch

SMART Panels v/s Nitrile Rubber
Description

SMART (PIR) Panels

Nitrile Rubber

Insulation Property

Higher

Lower

Thickness to achieve similar
properties

20 mm

38 mm

Density

48 Kg/m³

30 Kg/m³

Thermal Conductivity

0.021 W/m.K

0.032 W/m.K

Water Vapour Transmission

No

Yes

Water Absorption

0.03%

0.90%

Acoustic Property

Higher

Lower

SMART Panels v/s Nitrile Rubber (Contd..)
Description

SMART (PIR) Panels

Nitrile Rubber

Surface Facing

Both side Aluminium foil.

No facing.

Apparent closed cell

More than 95%.

Upto 90%.

Flame Spread

Less

More

Product Life

More

Less

Performance Reduction

Not seen even in the Cracks are seen after 2 to
longer run.
3 years.

Fire Propagation Properties

BS 476, Part 6, Class 0.

BS 476, Part 6, Class 0.

SMART Panels v/s Expanded or Extruded
Polystyrene (Underdeck / Overdeck Insulation)
Properties

SMART (PIR) Panels

Expanded / Extruded
Polystyrene (XPS / EPS)

Width

10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50
25, 50, 75, 100 mm
mm
1200 mm
1000 mm

Density

More than 45 Kg/m3

Surface

With Aluminium Foil or Kraft
Nil
Paper

Thickness

Less than 35 Kg/m3

Fire Retardant Rating BS 476, Part 6, Class 0

Class 1

Thermal Conductivity 0.021 W/m.K at 35°C

0.032 W/m.K at 25°C

Moisture Content

0.03%

More than 1%

Service Temperature

-40°C to 150°C

-10°C to 150° C

SMART (PIR) Panels v/s Calcium Silicate
tiles (False Ceiling)
Properties

SMART (PIR) Panels

Calcium Silicate Tiles

Thickness

Maximum upto 50 mm

Maximum upto 25 mm

Length

Upto 4000 mm

610, 1220, 1830 and 2440 mm

Width

600, 1200 mm

600, 1200 mm

Density

48 Kg/m³

More than 800 kg/m³

Surface

With Aluminium Foil or Kraft
Nil
Paper

Fire Retardant Rating

Class 0

Class 0

Surface Spread of Flame

Class 1

Class 1

Effect of Condensation

Not affected

Patches occurs on tiles

Underdeck Insulation

Not required

Required

SMART (PIR) Panels v/s Calcium silicate
tiles (False Ceiling)
Properties

SMART (PIR) Panels

Calcium Silicate Tiles

Fire Propagation Index

I > 7.8 R

I < 4.0

Thermal Conductivity

0.021 W/m.K

0.15 W/m.K

Thermal Resistance

0.90 m2 K/W for 20 mm

0.04 - 0.08 m2K/W for 6 -25 mm

Moisture Content

0.03% by Volume

Upto 15% by volume

Length change in after
Not affected
Water Absorption

0.15%

Weight

Very light weight

Four times heavier

Service Temperature

-40°C to 150°C

0°C to 150°C

Not affected

Fading and discoloration

Visual Appearance
Contact with Water

on

CERTIFICATIONS
Standard Followed

Certification Body /
Laboratory

Classification &
Results

ISO

9001:2008

URS

ISO Certified

CE

89/106/EEC

ECA

CE Certified

Fire Propagation
Index

BS 476 Part 6

Description

Ignitability Test

Surface Spread
of Flame

BS 476 Part 5 / Part 12

BS 476 Part 7

Certification of Product BS 476 Part 6 & Part 7

• Warringtonfire, UK
• CBRI Roorkee, India
• Warringtonfire, UK
• CBRI Roorkee, India
• Warringtonfire, UK
• CBRI Roorkee, India
Warringtonfire, UK

Class “O”

Certified

Certified

Certified

CERTIFICATIONS (Contd..)
Description

Standard Followed

Certification Body
/ Laboratory
Warringtonfire,
Canada

Classification &
Results

Flame Spread Index

ASTM E-84

Smoke Development
Index

ASTM E-84

Warringtonfire,
Canada

Certified

Norms of IGBC

Indian Green
Building Council

Approved

Thermal and Humid
Aging

ASTM D-2126:09

Dubai Central
Laboratory

No major Deviation

Apparent Density with
both side Aluminium Foil

ASTM D 1622:03

Dubai Central
Laboratory

45 kg/m³

Green Building Product

Certified

CERTIFICATIONS
Description

Certification Body /
Standard Followed
Laboratory

Classification &
Results

ASTM C:518:2010

Dubai Central
Laboratory

0.021 W/(m.K)

BS EN 823:95

Dubai Central
Laboratory

21 mm

ASTM C 209:1998

Dubai Central
Laboratory

0.03%

Water Vapour transmission

ASTM E 96 - 00

Dubai Central
Laboratory

0.00 perms

Flexural Strength of
thermal Insulation

ASTM C 203-05a

Dubai Central
Laboratory

Certified

ASTM C 1304-08

Dubai Central
Laboratory

No Odor Emission

Thermal Conductivity

Thickness of Thermal
Insulation
Water Absorption Test

Odor Emission

CERTIFICATIONS
Description
Green Building Product
Eco Warranty

Sound Absorbing Material

Sound Transmission Loss
Oxygen Index

Certification Body /
Standard Followed
Laboratory
As per ECBC code Indian Green Building
and IGBC Norms
Council

Classification &
Results
Approved

Management
Standard

ICL

Awarded

IS: 8225 - 1987

National Physical
Laboratory

NRC = 0.3

IS: 9901, Part 3
DIN 52210, Part 4
ISO: 140, Part 3

National Physical
Laboratory

STC = 0.32

Bharat Test House

<29.0

ASTM D 2863

CERTIFICATIONS
Description
Bacteria Resistance Test
Fungus Resistance Test
Mold Growth
Heavy Metals
(Cd, Hg, Pb, Cr)
Overall Migration Test

Standard Followed

Certification Body /
Laboratory

Classification &
Results

ASTM G 22
ASTM G 21
IS 3144:1992

Bharat Test House

No Growth Found

AAS

Bharat Test House

Under Material
Regulation

IS 9845

Bharat Test House

1.1

Certifications (Contd..)

ISO 9001:2008

Certifications (Contd..)

CE CERTIFIED

Certification (Contd..)
Class O according to BS 476 part
6 &7
Summary of WARRES No’s
306981 & 306982 Including
Opinion Of Compliance With
The Requirements For A Class 0
Surface
As Defined In The
Paragraph A13 (b) of Approved
Documents ‘B’ Fire Safety, To
the building Regulations 2000
The Professionals in Fire Safety

Major Clientele (Jan 2012 onwards…)

Major Clientele (Jan 2012 onwards…)

Reliance Hyper Mall

SKH, Maruti Pune

JSW, Alibaugh

Reliance Retail, Pune

E Cube, Raigadh

Motilal Oswal Tower, Mumbai

Contact Us
Asawa Insulation Pvt. Ltd.
Registered Office

: H-2, 2:1, Panchdeep CHS, Sector-29,
Vashi, Navi Mumbai-400703, India

Tel No.

: +91 22 27665199

Fax

: +91 22 27665199

Mobile

: +91 9819192929 / 9619193939

E-mail

: info@asawainsulation.com

Website : www.asawainsulation.com


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