Fiber glass loose-fill insulation is made from molten glass spun or blown into fibers that are then processed into the final product. Fiber glass loose-fill insulation is inorganic and non-combustible. In addition, the fibers will not rot or absorb moisture and do not support the growth of mildew, mould or fungus. Fiber glass loose-fill insulation is available in two forms – either processed from a by-product of manufacturing batts or rolls, or from “prime” fibers produced especially for blowing applications. Both must be applied through pneumatic means using a mechanical blowing machine. Fiber glass loose-fill insulation is designed for “open blow” applications such as attic spaces or closed cavity applications such as those found inside walls or covered attic floors.

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