uninsulated

uninsulated

(ʌnˈɪnsjʊˌleɪtɪd)
adj
not insulated with a nonconducting material to prevent or reduce the transmission of electricity, heat, or sound
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Similarly, the SEEC launched a thermal insulation campaign in October which stressed the importance and benefits of thermal insulation in buildings and the positive impact of using this technique, as well as the difference a house owner feels between the insulated and uninsulated buildings.
The mid-cut hiker is uninsulated, and the 7" boot has 200-gram Thinsulate[R] Insulation.
A quarter of the heat escapes through an uninsulated roof space, while an additional 35% of the heat escapes through uninsulated cavity built walls.
According to the Energy Saving Trust, a quarter of the heat in an uninsulated home is lost through the roof.
One lug, uninsulated, crimp, 8 AWG barrel, 3/8 hose (NSN 9G 5940-01-0358776)
If you have an uninsulated hot water cylinder, you could start saving now by fitting a tank jacket.
It says that laying 27cm (the recommended depth for mineral wool) of insulation in an uninsulated loft will save you up to PS175 a year (based on a three-bed semi with gas central heating).
Chilling water to the correct temperature and then pumping it to a poorly insulated or uninsulated sump for storage or distribution is simply throwing away energy (and money).
Loft insulation could save households pounds 175 annually, with cavity wall insulation pounds 135, as uninsulated properties can lose up to 25% of heat through the roof and up to 35% through the walls.
ON, said: "With a quarter of heat lost through uninsulated roofs and a third through uninsulated walls, installing cavity wall or loft insulation is one the best long-term approaches you can make.
1994) focused on understanding the thermal behavior of steel-framed walls and reported that for metal stud walls with uninsulated cavities, the ASHRAE Zone Method overestimates thermal performance by up to 15%.
The footer is uninsulated and is treated as having the same properties as the surrounding ground because the thermal diffusivity of concrete is similar enough to ground (approximately 7 x [10.