With decades of proven performance, Atlas EnergyShield continuous wall insulation provides an uninterrupted thermal barrier over an entire wall, not just in wall cavities between studs. Atlas polyiso creates a versatile, effective barrier for thermal, air, moisture, and vapor control. Whether building a single family home or a high-rise, Atlas EnergyShield wall insulation will meet energy codes and ensure the best building performance. Atlas EnergyShield offers a full line of commercial and residential polyiso rigid foam continuous wall insulation. Offering high R-value, a range of durable facers and multiple control layers, EnergyShield products are suitable for a variety of applications.
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- Kaiser: EnergyShield Pro – After an extensive evaluation of products that could meet their demanding requirements, HMC chose Atlas EnergyShield® Pro continuous wall insulation in tandem with the patented Diamond Furr® TT-4 lath attachment system by Brand X Metals. This combination of high R-value insulation and penetration-reducing stucco installation yields a thermally efficient wall assembly that is also an air and watertight barrier, ensuring the design’s success.
- NOHO West:
EnergyShield Pro – For NOHO West, Los Angeles-based STIR Architects’ wall system specs called for the CI to be applied over the gypsum sheathing as well directly to steel studs with the WRB membrane adhered over the foil face of the polyisocyanurate continuous wall insulation board. Like many contractors, South Gate, Calif.-based Superior Wall Systems (SWS) typically installs traditional Z-clip systems and had little experience with this type of CI application. SWS sought a CI/WRB system that could perform with multiple types of cladding, including lath and plaster, metal panel, terra cotta, as well as fiber cement panels.
- LAX: EnergyShield CGF Pro – In order for the new Midfield Satellite Concourse to meet the CALGreen Tier 1 requirement, the thermal insulation used in the project had to meet key requirements that measured volatile organic compounds (VOC) emissions. The architects needed a thermal building insulation solution that would meet these strict requirements while offering superior performance and fitting within the build budget.