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K-value - Thermal Conductivity

January 6, 2011

Thermal conductivity is also referred to as the k-value and is measured in W/mºC or BTU.in/h.ft2Fº. Thermal conductivity is a measurement of the insulation properties of a material over a temperature difference. A low thermal conductivity value indicates very good insulation capabilities. As the thermal conductivity value increases, the insulation capability decreases.


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