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Wall Products

Wall Products

Rmax Wall and Ceiling Insulation Products

 For more than 35 years, Rmax has been creating insulation solutions based on the latest building science. Our full line of high-quality, polyiso-based wall and specialty insulation products for commercial, residential and industrial applications deliver maximum R-values and minimum environmental impact with efficiency in installation, cost and design.

Rmax insulation has been designed and tested to provide building envelopes with superior insulating protection, while meeting the newest codes and requirements.

Rmax’s engineered products and solutions allow for ultimate efficiency through multiple design options, creating ease of construction and reduced energy usage. This leads to a better building envelope while adding to the bottom-line through both material and labor savings – making Rmax an excellent choice for commercial and residential applications. 

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Rmax Rigid Foam Air and Water Barriers

Big leaks. Big problems.

A high-performance air and water barrier is important to the overall effectiveness of the wall application. It not only will maximize the effectiveness of our continuous insulation, but also reduce energy costs, avoid potential moisture problems and increase the life of the building.

ECOMAXci® Wall Solution is a fully tested solution that is ABAA evaluated as an air barrier assembly, approved water-resistive barrier and engineered to optimize continuous insulation.

This Superior Solution:
– Reduces material and labor costs
– Acts as a drainage plane
– Eliminates membranes and other water-resistive barrier materials
– One trip around building instead of three
– Guards against mold and moisture intrusion
– Exceeds advanced building codes

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Benchmark Fabricators ACM Series System

Aluminum Composite Panel Systems

ACM Series panels allow for larger surface area coverage than aluminum panels and can be lightweight. ACM panels offer excellent weather resistance and a very long lifespan.

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Prosoco Air and Water Barriers

Proven to withstand extreme weather conditions, PROSOCO R-Guard air & water barrier-protected buildings are more durable, resilient and sustainable.

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Citadel Composite Gladding and Glazing Infill Solutions

We not only manufacture composite panels, but also design, test, and offer the attachment systems by which they are installed. Our products include field-assembled cladding, glazing infill panels and metal composite material (MCM).

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Major Industries Wall System Solutions

Whether you’re designing a manufacturing facility or an office complex, daylighting should play an important role in the building’s overall design and function – and should also be cost-effective for the building owner. While there are numerous ways to deliver sunlight into interior spaces, perhaps the easiest and most bottom-line friendly method is through light-transmitting wall systems

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Armatherm™ Z Girt Structural Thermal Break

Thermal bridging is recognized as a significant factor in building envelope heat loss. It has been determined that the total heat flow through typical wall assemblies is underestimated by as much as 70% due to thermal bridging, yet simply adding insulation to walls has been proven to not necessarily decrease the energy use of a building. Heat flow paths (thermal bridges) allow heat to by-pass the insulation, negating any benefit of installing more insulation in the wall.

Metal, cement and laminate wall claddings are supported by and attached to continuous girts or clips that penetrate the exterior insulation layer, creating thermal bridges. These fastening systems are normally made of highly conductive steel or aluminum, creating significant energy (heat) loss. It has been demonstrated that these thermal bridges in conventional steel stud wall assembly construction reduce insulation effectiveness (R value) by as much as 50%, resulting in wall assemblies and interface details that do not meet current energy code requirements for minimum U value.

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