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Do you have a link for van outfitters?
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Sportsmobile.com but there are many others.


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Please provide the link to"cargo van wall liners from van outfitters for 453.00"
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Yes, what he ^ said. Google was no help.
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For insulation, we recommend and supply 3M Thinsulate(TM) sound thermal insulation for vehicles. We stock SM600L which is the thickest grade engineered for vehicles and passes FMVSS 302 flammability test that is required for all materials within 1/2 inch of the occupant space.


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You you give an R value insulation rating for the Thinsulate SM600L?

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Hein, during the process of stuffing the pink batting into my lower panels I had to subject it to much folding and manipulation. I saw no visible debris even after this process. I have also owned previous stick and tin rvs using pink with no sign of debris.

I did leave a 2" gap at the bottom to ensure no wicking or collection of debris would go unnoticed.

Do you have any hard data to support you theory of airborne particles escaping from a contained cavity? I would hate to have to take it all out.
jonsobi - if you were to stuff asbestos into your lower panels chances are you would see no visible debris either. In very strong sunlight sometimes you can see the extremely fine particles of glass that float like moats in one's eyes.

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You are right about asbestos, the particles are so fine they can remain suspended and are a well documented health hazard. Not quite the same thing with Pink.

I am personally comfortable using pink home insulation in a mobile application. The stories I have read on this forum claiming fibers and dust everywhere, leave me puzzled. Only very careless and vigorous handling, in my experience, would result in such a mess. When installed with care, and covered in properly, I have good confidence it does not present a health hazard to me. I am much more concerned about breathing city air!




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Yes, what he ^ said. Google was no help.
Please provide the link... I'm interested too

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When at the 2016 SEMA Show, I was in the Penda Industries booth and they have van wall liners. You can see information at their website, www.vanguardpanels.com
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You are right about asbestos, the particles are so fine they can remain suspended and are a well documented health hazard. Not quite the same thing with Pink.

I am personally comfortable using pink home insulation in a mobile application. The stories I have read on this forum claiming fibers and dust everywhere, leave me puzzled. Only very careless and vigorous handling, in my experience, would result in such a mess. When installed with care, and covered in properly, I have good confidence it does not present a health hazard to me. I am much more concerned about breathing city air!




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Even when using a product like Denim, the fine particle dust gets everywhere. I used Reflectix to seal it up and lots of foil tape to make sure it was sealed as best as possible. In my opinion, the Reflectix does add some sound deadening and seems to work well as a moisture barrier. When I removed it after the first build, there were no signs of condensation in the walls. As for it being a radiant barrier, in this type of install, it's difficult to tell if it's doing anything or not. I have noticed that the interior seems to stay warmer now that I've re-installed it. However, no matter what you use to insulate, you do need a moisture barrier of some sort. My theory is, as long as that's got to happen, you might as well see if you can get any other gains too. I'm sure there are other product that will work equally well as a moisture barrier and will keep the fuzzy stuff contained in the walls.

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