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What is the best insulation for the ducts of a central AC system because condensation will build sometimes?

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The idea is to insulate to keep air and it's moisture content away from the metal pipes. A double faced insulation with foil on the pipe side is very good. I wrapped mine with r-13 single faced ceiling joist rolls and don't expect to have any condensate problems.

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