Thermal insulation THERMAX™polyisocyanurateinteriorwall

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interior, wall, for metal roofs, for exterior insulation finishing systems, for ceilings, exterior
rigid panel
Fire resistance
Class A1
high-performance, with vapor barrier


The THERMAX™ Brand Insulation is a polyisocyanurate rigid board insulation for interior and exterior continuous insulation. THERMAX products include an innovative core surrounded by a tough exterior facer of a variety of ranges and aesthetic appearance. The core is produced with free-rise technology, exclusively offered by Dow— providing a homogenous core with a finer cell size and better cell orientation reducing wormholes and knit lines for one of the highest R-values available (R-6.5 at 1"), outperforming in even cold temperatures. THERMAX is also engineered with unique fiberglass reinforced core for enhanced fire performance making it the only polyisocyanurate insulation to have FM 4880 approval and can be used on walls and ceilings, up to 30 ft. Uses: Exterior steel stud walls in commercial applications Walls, ceilings and roofs for commercial, residential and agricultural buildings Exposed wall and ceiling applications Interior finish system for walls and ceilings in metal, wood post frame and concrete or masonry buildings within both high and light-impact areas Standing seam metal roofs Residential closed (non-vented) crawl spaces and interior basement walls Advantages: Provides continuous insulation on the interior or exterior One of the highest R-values available (R-6.5 at 1") Features a distinct free-rise technology for better product consistency, durability and fire performance over generic polyisocyanurate insulations Approved for fire exposure Contains UV-stable technology and can remain uncovered up to six months
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