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  • glass wool acoustic panels
    • For optimum insulation performance the building thermal barrier (insulation) should be in continual alignment with the building air barrier. In framed cavities, the product thickness should match the depth of the framing members.
    • Follow the local, applicable building code(s) to determine the need for and placement of a vapor retarder.
    • Do not install insulation on top, or within 3 inches of a recessed light fixture unless the fixture is labeled as “insulation contact” (IC) rated.
    • Kraft and standard foil facings will burn and cannot be left exposed. Install facings in substantial contact with the assembly finish material.
  • wool tube
    • Metal-framed wall and floor cavity wall assemblies
    • Wood-framed wall, floor and roof/ceiling cavity wall assemblies
    • Furring strips installed on the interior surface of basement walls
    • Interior surfaces of basement and unvented crawl space foundation walls
  • glass fiber blanket insulation
    • Excellent thermal control
    • Effective acoustical control
    • Long term performance and will not settle nor slump within wall cavities
    • With less dust than other fiberglass products, Akawell Fiberglas insulation has excellent        stiffness and recovery characteristics
    • Compression packaging from Akawell speeds job site handling and installation

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