Our products are not rated for sound reduction.
yes you can
Temperature should not exceed 170F. Beyond this temperature the EPS cells/bead begin to deform/melt
The problem is moisture contacts a cold surface and condensates. The real issue is to control the moisture and get air movement-fresh air exchange. Remember, warm moist air will rise and if it is stopped by the metal it will condensate/sweat. A combination of moisture control and warming the cold surface (metal) are solutions. Adhesives that can be used with R-Tech are single component urethane adhesives available at most big box stores. Visit www.insulfoam.com and find technical bulletins for approved adhesives.
I used some panels for a Halloween backdrop with exterior house paint, water base, several years ago and they are still holding up except where hard things like corners of wood have penetrated it
Yes. The silver / foil side is the radiant barrier. If you put your hand on the foil side, your body heat will radiate back at you.
Insulfoam R-TECH can be used in conjunction with stucco. For specific application instructions visit www.insulfoam.com.
The store can special order 1 1/2” product, if they don’t stock it.
I would not recommend. The R-Tech insulation board is compressible and weigh loads on top may squeeze / compress the insulation. Suggest contacting the flooring supplier for a list of approved subflooring materials.