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Insulation Systems - November 2015

Insulation Systems featured in Metal Architecture's November 2015 issue.

Bay Insulation Systems

 

Bay Insulation Systems

Bay Insulation Systems, a division of Bay Companies, offers Skyliner Insulation System for metal building roofs and walls. The insulation system has fabric composed of a woven, high-density polyethylene scrim liner that is a 0.02 perm-rated vapor retardant for thermal insulation. The liner fabric has a bright white surface with blue backing that brightens buildings, increases lighting efficiency and reduces energy usage. Flange brace covers are available to facilitate standard connections.

www.skylinersystems.com

 

CertainTeed Corp.

 

CertainTeed Corp.

CertainTeed's CertaSpray insulation is polyurethane foam sprayed into a building cavity that quickly expands to fill openings that might leak air. It may be applied to hard to reach areas including cathedral ceilings, knee walls and roof decks. CertaSpray foam insulation is available in open- and closed-cell formulas, is International Code Council code-approved and meets GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality requirements.

www.certainteed.com

 

Dow Chemical Co.

 

Dow Chemical Co.

Dow Chemical's LIQUIDARMOR has elastomeric flashing with moisture and air sealing performance. LIQUIDARMOR's liquid flashing is designed to simplify sealing complex window details and design geometries. LIQUIDARMOR is available in the THERMAX Wall System and Ultra Air Barrier Wall System.

www.dow.com

 

Fi-Foil Co. Inc.

 

Fi-Foil Co. Inc.

Fi-Foil's RetroShield System features reflective bubble insulation (RBI) Shield and clip and pin components, which attach to purlin lips. RetroShield Systems may be utilized in new and retrofitted metal roof and wall applications.

www.fifoil.com

 

Therm-All Inc.

 

Therm-All Inc.

Therm-All, an Owens Corning licensee, offers ELAMINATOR, an insulation system designed with fall protection and may be installed on days where windy conditions would prevent roof sheeting. ELAMINATOR features facing seams lapped over purlins where they are unexposed. Installed systems meet ASHRAE 90.1 standards.

www.therm-all.com/elaminator-300.php