Textile Liner insulates metal air ducts.

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LinaTex offers fabricators and installers abuse-resistant insulation for lining sheet metal air ducts. It is made from 100% post-industrial recycled, long strand fiberglass bonded with thermosetting resin. Airstream surface is protected from damage during fabrication by black fiberglass mat surface, and edge-coating covers leading edges per NAIMA/SMACNA requirements. Liner complies with ASTM C 1071 thermal and acoustical performance standards.



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Johns Manville Introduces Tough Textile Duct Liner



Denver, Colo. (November 10, 2004) - New LinaTex textile fiber duct liner from Johns Manville offers fabricators and installers a tough, resilient, abuse-resistant insulation for lining sheet metal air ducts. JM's introduction of a textile liner rounds out the company's comprehensive line of high performance duct insulations.

LinaTex is a flexible duct liner made from 100 percent post-industrial recycled, long strand fiber glass bonded with a thermosetting resin. The airstream surface is protected from damage during fabrication by very durable black fiber glass mat surface. A factory-applied edge-coating covers the leading edges per NAIMA/SMACNA requirements. The liner complies with the thermal and acoustical performance standards listed in ASTM C 1071.

To learn more about tough, resilient LinaTex duct liner from Johns Manville, visit JM at AHR Expo booth #2741, go online to www.jm.com/ahs, or call the JM Product Information Center at (800) 654-3103.

Johns Manville, a Berkshire Hathaway company, is a leading manufacturer and marketer of premium-quality building and specialty products. In business since 1858, the Denver-based company has sales in excess of $2 billion and holds leadership positions in all of the key markets that it serves. Johns Manville employs about 8,500 people and operates 43 manufacturing facilities in North America, Europe and China. Additional information can be found at www.jm.com.

"LinaTex," is a trademark of Johns Manville.

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