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Armacell Sponsoring Duct-Insulation Webinar

Traditionally, engineers have selected air-duct insulation for thermal efficiency, condensation control, or noise control. Fiber-free elastomeric foam is an alternative to standard duct liners. Hospitals and schools have used it to enhance the performance of HVAC systems while safeguarding indoor-air quality (IAQ). On Dec. 8 at 2 p.m. ET, HPAC Engineering will host a free hour-long Webinar, “Energy, Acoustic, and IAQ Benefits of Elastomeric-Foam Duct Insulation.” Sponsored by Armacell, the Webinar will review data on elastomeric technologies that achieve the desired balance between energy efficiency, acoustic performance, indoor environmental quality, and life-cycle costs. To register, visit


Catch up on past HPAC Engineering-produced Webinars by checking out's Webinar archive at Webinars available on demand include “Dedicated Outdoor-Air Systems and Energy Recovery,” sponsored by Greenheck; “Small, Distributed Energy Recovery Ventilation: An Effective Design Approach for Projects Small and Large,” sponsored by RenewAire, and “Venting on Demand: Meeting Sustainable Design Standards Using Demand Controlled Ventilation (DCV),” sponsored by Exhausto. The hour-long Webinars, which include slides, audio, and an audience question-and-answer period, can be viewed free of charge.


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