Mineral Wool Insulation utilizes recycled content.
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Thermafiber® Introduces VersaBoard(TM) Mineral Wool Insulation
3711 W. Mill St.
Wabash, IN, 46992, USA
Multi-purpose commercial insulation has highest recycled content
WABASH, Ind., Nov. 9 / -- Thermafiber, Inc., has launched its new VersaBoard product line -- Thermafiber's newest product designed to meet multiple needs in commercial construction.
VersaBoard is available in four densities (3.5 to 8.0 pcf). Like all Thermafiber insulation, VersaBoard is engineered to provide thermal insulation, fire protection and exceptional sound and noise absorption. Thermafiber can apply a variety of facings to VersaBoard during manufacturing to meet the aesthetic and functional needs of a building. VersaBoard also repels moisture and can be an exposed interior surface.
"Historically our commercial insulation products have been designed and tested for specific construction applications, like curtain walls, interior walls and rain screens," says Michael Williams, Thermafiber's Executive Vice President. "VersaBoard is designed for multiple applications in commercial buildings--such as parking garage under decking and mechanical rooms. The versatility of this product will open the door to other areas of the building for Thermafiber."
Like all Thermafiber mineral wool products, VersaBoard has the highest recycled content (up to 90%) of any commercial insulation. VersaBoard contributes up to 33 LEED® credits across four categories. Thermafiber mineral wool insulation helps buildings conserve energy, control noise, improve indoor air quality, improve life safety and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Thermafiber, Inc., is a leading manufacturer of premium mineral wool insulation products for commercial, residential, industrial and marine applications. Thermafiber commercial insulation products are specified 4-to-1 over other brands and have been installed in 5 of the 7 tallest buildings in the world. To learn more about Thermafiber, visit www.thermafiber.com.