Nonwovens solutions for energy saving buildings

Wilson, Adrian
April 2013
China Textile & Apparel;Apr/May2013, Vol. 31 Issue 4/5, p46
As a solution to energy saving, nonwoven materials can be used as an insulating envelop on the outer walls of buildings to keep the indoor areas warm, reducing energy consumption and gas emissions.


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