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Thermal insulation PHASE CHANGE
polyisocyanurate (PIR) foamfoaminterior

thermal insulation
thermal insulation
thermal insulation
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Characteristics

Type
thermal
Material
polyisocyanurate (PIR) foam
Format
foam
Location
interior
Use
wall, roof
Technical characteristics
high-performance
Options
sustainable, recyclable

Description

Sustainability is a part of your design. And your designs require cutting-edge performance. Metal is inherently green. It’s durable and easy to recycle. And we’re working with metal in a whole new way using special components like Phase Change Material. Many Fabral metal panels are ENERGY STAR approved and can help earn U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) points. Phase Change Material can be optimized when installed in sheets integrated with metal panels and insulation in a complete metal roofing system. Metal panels bring unmatched durability. Insulation can build R-value into the system. Fabral technology has gone beyond insulation developing a system integrated with Phase Change Material for maximum energy efficiency and a reduction in energy consumption. Phase Change Material increases the thermal mass of a building. This significantly regulates the building’s interior temperature reducing the need for heating and cooling. The result is a more energy efficient structure. Compounds Liquefy and Solidify at Pre-Set Temperature range 100% Recyclable and Biodegradable Reduces Overall Energy Use Can be Retrofitted Non-Toxic Available for LEED Qualifications We’re working with metal in a whole new way. Phase Change Material is a natural component that easily integrates with Fabral roof and wall systems. Phase Change Material technology absorbs heat during the day and releases it at night creating a more efficient energy cycle.

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