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All insulation reduces the flow of thermal energy (or “heat”) from one surface to another. Insulation keeps the heat in during the winter and out during the summer. The same fundamental physics apply to all types of insulation. There are three main types of heat transfer: conduction, convection, and radiation. 

YellowJacket™ Insulation is made from a lattice of special air pockets, which are carefully engineered to reduce air circulation and minimize convective heating. A low-emissivity coating is applied to internal surfaces to eliminate most radiative heating, and the walls of the pockets are thin enough to mitigate conductive heating. Essentially, the structure of YellowJacket™ makes it as difficult as possible for energy to travel from one side of the insulation to the other. In every way, YellowJacket™ Insulation is a simple and efficient choice for all your insulation needs. 

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