3M Thinsulate - Heat and Moisture Resistant Van Insulation (SM600L)

3M Thinsulate - Heat and Moisture Resistant Van Insulation (SM600L)
3M Thinsulate - Heat and Moisture Resistant Van Insulation (SM600L)
3M Thinsulate - Heat and Moisture Resistant Van Insulation (SM600L)

3M Thinsulate - Heat and Moisture Resistant Van Insulation (SM600L)

Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 43 reviews
Regular price $295.00
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Features
  • Mildew, Mold, and Moisture Resistant
  • More Acoustic Absorption Than Competitive Products
  • R-Value of 5.2
  • Lightweight
  • Fire Resistant

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Don’t let weather or location dictate your travel, plan for your van conversion to keep you cool in the desert and as cozy as a fireside in the winter! 3M Thinsulate is our go-to product when it comes to van insulation, and we wouldn’t recommend anything less. 

  • Key Features & Benefits:

    • Mildew,  Mold, and Moisture Resistant - Hydrophobic fibres resist Mother Nature’s outside influences so that your interior stays dry on the road and in storage.
    • Cozy and Warm - with an R-Value of 5.2.
    • More Acoustic Absorption Than Competitive Products - Non-woven sound-absorbing material keeps your home quiet, or loud, without disturbing your campground neighbours.
    • Lightweight - A number one issue when traveling, and building, is weight. Keep it low-key and meet your load's goals with 3M Thinsulate SM600L.
    • Fire Resistant - FMVSS 302 certified (federal motor vehicle safety standard), so you can feel safe and protected at all times. 
    3M™ recommends using 3M™ 90 Hi-Strength Contact Adhesive Spray to apply the white, fibre side, to the van.


    Approximate amounts needed to insulate the walls, ceiling, doors and cab area:

    Sprinter:

    • 144” = 50 linear feet 
    • 170” = 60 linear feet 
    • 170” Extended = 70 linear feet 

    Transit:

    • 130” = 40 linear feet 
    • 148” = 50 linear feet 
    • 148” Extended = 60 linear feet

    Promaster:

    • 136” = 40 linear feet
    • 159” = 50 linear feet
    • 150” Extended = 60 linear feet

    *All size estimates assume there are sliding door and back door windows. If you don’t have any windows, add 10 more linear feet to your order.

    The insulation is 60" (5 feet) wide, with scrim on one side. 1 linear foot of Thinsulate = 5 square feet. Material comes compressed from 3M, but will expand to 1 3/4" or 44mm.

    Approximate amounts needed to insulate the walls, ceiling, doors and cab area:

    Sprinter:
    144” = 50 linear feet
    170” = 60 linear feet
    170” Extended = 70 linear feet

    Transit:
    130” = 40 linear feet
    148” = 50 linear feet
    148” Extended = 60 linear feet

    Promaster:
    136” = 40 linear feet
    159” = 50 linear feet
    150” Extended = 60 linear feet

    *All size estimates assume there are sliding door and back door windows. If you don’t have any windows, add 10 more linear feet to your order.

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    Reviewed by Samuel R.
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    Rated 5 out of 5

    Awesome, easy to work with!

    100% the best option for van insulation, period!

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    Reviewed by Aaron L.
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    Rated 5 out of 5

    Super fast and friendly service

    Honestly I wish I had more to order from Curious Campervans at the moment. Quality products and it arrived super quick. Always a pleasure dealing with this company! Thanks again guys!

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    Reviewed by VR outsider M.
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    Rated 5 out of 5

    Thinsulate

    Livraison et service rapide!

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