Retaining clip designed for installing continuous insulation (ci)
WABASH, Indiana - Thermafiber, Inc. has launched the first of two attachment clips specifically designed for their RainBarrier continuous insulation product line.
RainBarrier Clips are plastic discs that clip onto many different types of masonry wall ties and façade hanging systems. These clips allow contractors to quickly and securely install the RainBarrier insulation product as recommended. Thermafiber offers an in-depth installation guide for their RainBarrier insulation with recommended spacing for the retaining clips.
"Since launching the RainBarrier product in late 2008, we have encountered multiple situations where a contractor is unable to find suitable attachment clips at an economical price," says Austin Hess, Thermafiber's Director of Business Development. "We want to provide solutions to our customers, so we developed the RainBarrier Clip. RainBarrier continuous insulation is a rapidly growing product and market segment for Thermafiber. We are committed to providing our industry leading Thermafiber Insolutions® and developing the accessories needed to make it easier for our customers to specify, order and install these products."
RainBarrier Clips will be available through Thermafiber's existing distribution network. The clips are packaged in cartons of 250 and available for overnight shipment.
Thermafiber mineral wool insulation offers the highest available recycled content (up to 90%) of any commercial insulation, in addition to contributing to 33 LEED® credits across four categories. Thermafiber insulation helps buildings conserve energy, control noise, enhance indoor environmental 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 6 of the 10 tallest buildings in the world. To learn more about Thermafiber, visit www.thermafiber.com.
For more information contact:
Austin Hess, 260-563-2111 x202