Fiberglass Insulation

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CertainTeed Fiberglass Batts

 

CertainTeed Fiberglass Batts

 

Fiberglass building insulation is intended for use in either residential or commercial construction as thermal and acoustical insulation in ceilings, walls and floors. The product is available unfaced or kraft faced and is designed for use in standard wood stud and steel frame assemblies.

• Benefits: Installing fiberglass insulation is an easy, cost-effective method to help conserve energy in residential and commercial new construction, remodeling and reinsulation projects. In addition to its thermal properties, Fiberglass insulation provides excellent acoustical performance. It is compression packaged for ease of handling, and its broad availability of R-Values, sizes and facings ensures the right product for the job.

 

CertainTeed High Density Batts

 

CertainTeed High Density Batts

High-Performance Fiber Glass Building Insulation is intended for use in walls and cathedral ceilings where maximum thermal performance is desired and limited space is available. The product is available unfaced or kraft faced and is designed for use in standard wood stud and steel frame assemblies

• Benefits: In addition to its thermal properties, high-performance fiberglass building insulation also provides excellent acoustical performance. It is compression packaged for ease of handling, and its broad availability of R-Values, sizes and facings ensures the right product for the job. High-density sidewall batts are available in sizes to fit standard construction without loss of R-Value due to compression. High-density cathedral ceiling batts allow an airspace between the insulation and roof deck for ventilation.

 

Climate Pro® Loose Fill Blow-In Fiber Glass Insulation

 

Climate Pro® Loose Fill Blow-In Fiber Glass Insulation

Johns Manville blow-in, loose-fill fiber glass insulation is designed for open attics and hard-to-reach locations like corners, nooks and crannies. It is noncorrosive and noncombustible. Climate Pro® insulation is for professionals using large truck-mounted high volume production blowing wool machines and for the Blow-In-Blanket System®.

Redesigned for Efficiency and Speed
Johns Manville has redesigned Climate Pro® to provide more coverage and save time during installation. Still part of the same compact package, Climate Pro® now features:

  • Higher coverage per bag (73 square feet of R-30 coverage instead of 70)
  • R-values from R-11 to R-70
 

Commercial Blanket Insulation

 

Commercial Blanket Insulation

 

This product is used as a thermal or acoustical insulation in commercial buildings where wide rolls of unfaced insulation are required such as retrofitting a warehouse. It is also used in post frame construction. In roofs and sidewalls this product can be used as a second layer over the unfaced side of Metal Building Insulation 202-96. Additionally, it may be installed over old roof decks (BUR and metal) prior to application of a new standing seam roof.

 

 

InsulSafe® SP Fiberglass Blowing Insulation

 

InsulSafe® SP Fiberglass Blowing Insulation

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Basic Use:
InsulSafe® SP Fiber Glass Blowing Insulation is used in residential and commercial construction as a thermal and acoustical insulation. It is designed for pheumatic installation in open attic areas and for retrofitting enclosed sidewall and floor/ceiling construction assemblies.

Benefits:
This product is noncombustible, noncorrosive and odor free. In addition, InsulSafe® SP won’t settle, contains no chemicals to cause mildew and fungus growth, contains no formaldehyde, provides no sustenance for vermin, contains no asbestos, won’t rot or decay and won’t absorb moisture.

Builders Statement

 

JM Spider® Custom Insulation System

 

JM Spider® Custom Insulation System

Johns Manville Spider® Custom Insulation comes in variable thickness levels can fill 2x4 cavities up to an R-15 thermal rating, 2x6 cavities up to R-23, and six-inch steel stud cavities up to R-25. JM Spider® insulation also reduces sound transmission, achieving a Sound Transmission Class of 43 in a standard 2x4 wood-framed wall. JM Spider® insulation resists mold because it sprays in almost dry (less moisture content than wood framing), and is treated with a U.S. EPA-registered mold inhibitor to protect the insulation against mold. JM Spider® insulation can be used for both wall and ceiling applications. In addition, only fiber glass insulation made without formaldehyde—such as JM Spider® Custom Insulation—can pass Environmental Specification 1350, the toughest indoor air quality test in North America, with a non-detect for formaldehyde.

 

Johns Manville Fiberglass Batts

 

JM Formaldehyde Free™ Fiberglass building insulation offers superior thermal and acoustical performance - and it improves indoor air quality because it's made without formaldehyde.

 

Product Description: Johns Manville unfaced insulation is a lightweight thermal and acoustical fiber glass insulation made of long, resilient glass fibers bonded with an acrylic thermosetting binder. Where vapor control is required, a separate vapor retainer can be used.

 

Performance Advantage:

• Improves indoor air quality - because it’s made without formaldehyde.

• Thermally efficient - provides effective resistance to heat transfer with R-values up to R-38 (RSI-6.7).

• Controls sound - reduces transmission of sound through exterior and interior walls and floor/ceiling assemblies.

• Fire-resistant and noncombustible - see Specification Compliance.

• Noncorrosive - does not accelerate corrosion of pipes, wiring or metal studs.

• Mold-resistant - does not support mold or mildew. Does not supply a food source for insects of rodents.

• Resilient - bonded glass fibers will not pull apart during normal applications and resist settling, breakdown and sagging from vibration.

 

Johns Manville High Density Batts

 

Johns Manville has developed a line of high density batts for 2 x 4, 2 x 6, or cathedral ceiling applications. This enables the builder the option of increasing the R-factor of the job or substituting lighter framing members to save cost without sacrificing the overall thermal efficiency. When used in a cathedral ceiling application a ventilated roof can be obtained while still using standard 2 x 10 or 2 x 12 framing.

 

OPTIMA® Loose-Fill Fiber Glass

 

OPTIMA® Loose-Fill Fiber Glass

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Basic Use: The OPTIMAR system of fiber glass blow-in insulation is designed for installation in sidewalls, cathedral ceilings, floored attics and other closed cavity applications. It is pneumatically installed behind non-woven OPTIMA fabric (or equivalent).

This product is approved for use in the Blow-In-BlanketR System (BIBSR). OPTIMA fiber glass blowing insulation is used in residential and commercial construction as a thermal and acoustical insulation.

 

Benefits: This product is noncombustible, noncorrosive and odor free. In addition, OPTIMA won’t settle, contains no chemicals to cause mildew and fungus growth, contains no formaldehyde, provides no sustenance for vermin, contains no asbestos, won’t rot or decay and won’t absorb moisture.