Insulfoam’s New Continuous Insulation Wall Panel Helps Meet Energy Codes

REDUCE COSTS. INCREASE COMFORT.

We are excited to announce our NEW energy efficient continuous insulation wall panel that helps enable projects to meet energy codes.

Insulating a building’s envelope with Insulfoam’s ci Panel is one of the most economical ways to combine continuous insulation (ci) and nail base sheathing.  Decrease a building’s energy use and increase indoor comfort with one easy to install exterior panel product.

The Basics of Insulfoam’s ci Panel
  • Install over stick framing in Type V construction
  • Ideal for new construction and retrofit applications
  • Meets building codes & energy standards for all-in-one solution for continuous insulation (rigid foam EPS), and nail base (OSB or Ply) for cladding attachment

Insulfoam’s ci Panel Features & Benefits
  • Economical insulation and structural nail base in one product
  • Solid continuous insulation reduces thermal bridging to add required energy efficiency to projects
  • Meets today’s 2009 IECC energy standards:  R-Value of 6.4 for 2″ panel
  • EPS insulation remains stable for life
  • OSB of Ply laminated to the foam installs faster to save labor in the field – while providing a suitable substrate for cladding attachment
  • Add structural shear capacity (ultimate value based on AC-130 testing)
  • No additional tools required: ci Panel installed with a standard nail gun (using min 3″ nails)
  • Hang siding and house-wrap/weather barriers directly on standard 4’x8′ panels
  • Multiple substrates available (plywood, gypsum, T-111, etc.)
  • Qualifies for Energy Star, LEED, Environmental Certification programs and Tax incentives
Contact us or visit our website to view all Premier products.

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