For energy efficiency in commercial buildings, rely on recognized performance
ISOCLAD combines the insulating performance of an expanded polystyrene panel with an air-barrier membrane, while still providing a permeable solution.
Patented, with 20 years of testing behind it, the ISOCLAD product is recognized for its exceptional permeability to water vapour and is widely installed in new construction and renovation projects, both in residential and commercial sectors. ISOCLAD is used as a reference product by architects and construction specialists for energy-efficient buildings, such as those targeting LEED certification.
TESTED ACCORDING TO THE NEW CAN/ULC-S742 STANDARD First air barrier system tested in Canada with rigid expanded polystyrene insulation to meet the standard on air barrier assemblies CAN/ULC-S742. The tested assembly offers A1 performance, the highest level according to the standard.
- Sustainable building and long-term performance
- Continuity of the air barrier and air leaks minimized
- Continuous insulation performance and vapour permeable
- Easy installation reduced to just one step
ISOCLAD allows you to easily meet building code and construction requirements for energy-efficient construction standards, such as Energy Star and Passive House and is also certified low chemical-emission product: GREENGUARD, GREENGUARD Gold.
HIGH PERFORMANCE. ENERGY-EFFICIENCY. SUSTAINABLE BUILDING. Isolofoam offers a complete line of rigid expanded polystyrene thermal insulation for commercial, industrial and institutional buildings. Our products are not only designed to markedly improve the energy efficiency of large buildings and the comfort of occupants, but for ease of use by construction and renovation specialists.
NEW BUILDS AND RENOVATION | Commercial. Industrial. Institutional.
Regardless of the nature of your project, our insulation products allow you to meet the strictest building code standards and requirements.
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