Non-combustible insulation resists fire and temperatures in excess of 2000F, giving you more time to get out in the event of a fire.
Outstanding acoustic insulation designed to reduce noise and absorb sound traveling from room to room.
Mineral Wool is made of an inorganic material that will not promote the growth of mold or retain moisture.
Thermafiber insulation is easy to install with minimal PPE required.
Thermafiber insulation is easy to cut with a serrated knife for custom fitting around electrical boxes, pipes, ductwork, wiring or between nonstandard studs and joists.
Thermafiber insulation is flexible and pliable; simply squeeze the sides to compress the insulation and insert into the desired wall.
Once in place, Thermafiber insulation naturally expands to fill in the space, creating a snug, custom fit.
Thermafiber Mineral Wool Insulation is composed of at least 70% recycled content which means you can help protect your home while protecting the environment.
Thermafiber Mineral Wool Insulation products are non-combustible, mold-resistant, non-corrosive and non-deteriorating. (ASTM C 1338)
Thermafiber Fire and Sound Guard insulation is designed to provide exceptional acoustical control and fire resistance.
Thermafiber Fire and Sound Guard insulation is for use in interior walls, floors and ceilings.
Thermafiber UltraBatt insulation is a dense, semi-rigid batt designed to provide excellent thermal insulation, fire resistance and noise control.
Thermafiber UltraBatt insulation is for use in exterior walls, ceilings, cathedral ceilings, basement walls and crawlspaces.
A: Yes, it is fire proof and easy to apply
A: Hello Mario, you can all UltraBatt Insulation to existing insulation in a wall cavity, if the cavity is deep enough to fit the insulation without compression. Compressing the insulation will reduce the R-value. Also if the existing insulation is a faced product you will want to make sure you are not sandwiching the facing between the layers of insulation. Thank you for your inquiry!
A: It is thick and not near as flexible as regular fiberglass. But if you have the room there is no reason you can't just put it on top of existing fiberglass insulation
A: Yes if the thickness of your wall allows you to do so
A: Hello jonjack, to properly answer your question we will need some additional information. Please contact Owens Corning at 1-800-Get-Pink (438-7465). Thank you for your inquiry!
A: I don't have any data on this product which is very similar to Rockwool and they publish their STC ratings along with quietrock, so you should be able to figure it out.
A: Hello Fred, currently we are only offering formaldehyde free Thermafiber products through commercial distribution to meet the demand in the commercial market. Thank you for your inquiry!
A: Hello HAMILTONWORKS, Owens Corning Manufactures the Thermafiber UltraBatt in both a regular binder containing Formaldehyde and a Formaldehyde Free version. Thermafiber Formaldehyde Free products are not available for the retail market. The regular binder UltraBatt is manufactured with a binder that contains formaldehyde as an ingredient. During the manufacturing process, however, these products are cured at a very high temperature and virtually all of the binder formaldehyde is eliminated. The amount of formaldehyde in the finished product is less than 0.01% by weight. At this low level, and because we oven cure the product during manufacture, out-gassing of formaldehyde is extremely low and is not a significant source of formaldehyde when installed in a home or building. Thank you for your inquiry!