Tag Archives: Polyiso

Why 75 degrees is NOT effective for measuring R-value performance

By: John Cowan, Regional Sales Manager Are you curious why 75 degrees is used as the temperature for measuring R-Value insulation levels? Were you aware of this standard? You may be thinking no one cares. If you are a building … Continue reading

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Key Features to Evaluate When Selecting Roof Insulation

By: Brent Tanimoto, Sales Representative – Architectural Products With 2017 upon us and New Year’s resolutions in full swing, it time to consider ACH Foam Technologies’ Foam-Control® Plus+® architectural roof insulation needs? Let’s take a moment to review a few … Continue reading

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What You May Not Know About Your Roof Insulation

By: Jim Nugent, Regional Sales Manager In Recent years, building codes increased minimum R-Values for commercial buildings which also increased the cost for new and replacement roofs. The insulation in the roof assembly is the most expensive component in the … Continue reading

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LTTR Defined

By: John Myers, Sales Representative – Architectural Products LTTR & Published R-Value With 2014 and the changes in the Polyisocyanurate R-Values, it might be beneficial to try and better understand just how manufacturers came up with their published R-Values. Specifically, … Continue reading

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Lower R-Values for Polyiso in 2014. EPS Always Remains the Same.

By: Jim Nugent, Sales Representative – Architectural Products I am sure all of you connected to the roofing industry (architects, consultants, contractors and distributors) are well aware of the new lower Polyiso R-Values going into effect in 2014. Some of … Continue reading

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