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FIRECUT FM-900 SOLVENT-Based Intumescent Fire-Resistance Mastic Coating Rainbow paint FIRECUT FM-900 Fire Resistance Coating System has been certified by Exova Warringtonfire Testing Global Safety (WFRC) and BRE Centre for Fire and Security Testing (LPC Lab.) according to BS 476 Part 20 & 21 Standards, and classified by Underwriter...view more FIRECUT FM-900 Fire Resistance Coating System has been certified by Exova Warringtonfire Testing Global Safety (WFRC) and BRE Centre for Fire and Security Testing (LPC Lab.) according to BS 476 Part 20 & 21 Standards, and classified by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) according to ANSI/UL 263 (ASTM E119) standard to achieve 2 hours fire protection on structural steel sections such as I-section, rectangular & circular hollow beams and columns. Manufacturer Keywords: FIRECUT FM-900  view less
FIRECUT FM-906 WATER-Based Intumescent Fire-Resistance Mastic Coating Rainbow paint FIRECUT FM-906 Fire Resistance Coating System has been certified by Exova Warringtonfire Testing Global Safety (Warringtonfire) according to BS 476 Part 20 & 21 Standards to achieve 2 hours fire protection on structural steel sections such as I-se...view more FIRECUT FM-906 Fire Resistance Coating System has been certified by Exova Warringtonfire Testing Global Safety (Warringtonfire) according to BS 476 Part 20 & 21 Standards to achieve 2 hours fire protection on structural steel sections such as I-section, rectangular & circular hollow beams and columns, and TüV SüD PSB Corp. Testing Laboratory according to BS 8202 Part 2 Standard to prove the coating can be used to interior exposures and exterior exposures. Manufacturer Keywords: FIRECUT FM-906  view less
HENSOTHERM® 490 KS Rudolf Hensel GmbH HENSOTHERM 490 KS is a water-based 1C fire protection coating system, approved according to UL 263, for general interior purpose to be used Wide Flange, RHC, SHS, CHS sections providing restrained and unrestrained beam ratings up to 4 hrs fire resistant time. Maintenance-free and suitable for on- and off-site application. 1C and 2C top-coat paint...view more HENSOTHERM 490 KS is a water-based 1C fire protection coating system, approved according to UL 263, for general interior purpose to be used Wide Flange, RHC, SHS, CHS sections providing restrained and unrestrained beam ratings up to 4 hrs fire resistant time. Maintenance-free and suitable for on- and off-site application. 1C and 2C top-coat paints can be supplied in any RAL, NSC colour or according to individual colour sample. Made in Germany. Manufacturer Keywords: HENSOTHERM, 490 KS, fire protection coating, steel, water-based, 1C system, interior use, R15, R30, R60, R90, R120, on-site application, off-site application, galvanized sections, UL 263, green product, environmentally friendly, LEED v4, EPD, no voc, voc-emission class a+, made in Germany, hensel view less
Glacier™, “F” Fissured™ USG USG Interiors produces a family of cast acoustical ceiling panels at its Walworth, WI, facility having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post-consumer/industrial recycled content. The production line at the Walworth facility employs cast technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. Cast acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly mineral wool, starch and stucco. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint...view more USG Interiors produces a family of cast acoustical ceiling panels at its Walworth, WI, facility having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post-consumer/industrial recycled content. The production line at the Walworth facility employs cast technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. Cast acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly mineral wool, starch and stucco. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint, which contains the following ingredients: calcium carbonate, clay, latex, titanium dioxide (TiO2) and other chemicals. Shrink-wrap and corrugated strip are used as packing materials. USG Interiors, LLC also produces a family of grid products at its Westlake, OH, Cartersville, GA, Oakville, ON, Canada and Stockton, CA facilities. This family of grid products coordinates with Glacier and “F” Fissured panels and includes 6 grid profiles including DX/DXL, DXW, DXT, DXF, DXFF and DXI. Each profile is available in Intermediate Duty and Heavy Duty weight. Grid production encompasses the third-party production of the hot-dipped galvanized steel coils, transport of these coils to USG fabrication facilities where the steel coil is cleaned, coated (optional depending on intended purpose) and slit and optionally transported to additional production facilities where the coated steel is formed into finished grid components.  view less
USG CEILINGS™ BRAND RADAR™ CLIMAPLUS™ HIGH DURABILITY, RADAR™ CLIMAPLUS™ HIGH-CAC USG USG Interiors produces a family of wet felted acoustical ceiling panels at its Cloquet, MN facility having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post-consumer/industrial recycled content. These production lines employ a wet felted technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. Wet felted acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly perlite, mineral wool, starch, recycled paper and clay. In smaller amounts, other raw materials used in the panel forming process include flocculants, biocides and defoamer. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint...view more USG Interiors produces a family of wet felted acoustical ceiling panels at its Cloquet, MN facility having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post-consumer/industrial recycled content. These production lines employ a wet felted technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. Wet felted acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly perlite, mineral wool, starch, recycled paper and clay. In smaller amounts, other raw materials used in the panel forming process include flocculants, biocides and defoamer. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint, which contains the following ingredients: calcium carbonate, clay, latex, titanium dioxide (TiO2) and other chemicals. Shrink-wrap and corrugated strip are used as packing materials. USG Interiors, LLC also produces a family of grid products at its Westlake, OH, Cartersville, GA, Oakville, ON, Canada and Stockton, CA facilities. This family of grid products coordinates with Radar CLIMAPLUS High-Durability and Radar CLIMAPLUS High-CAC panels and includes 6 grid profiles including DX/DXL, DXW, DXT, DXF, DXFF and DXI. Each profile is available in Intermediate Duty and Heavy Duty weight. Grid production encompasses the third-party production of the hot-dipped galvanized steel coils, transport of these coils to USG fabrication facilities where the steel  view less
Millennia™ ClimaPlus™ USG USG Interiors produces a family of X-technology wet felted acoustical ceiling panels at its Cloquet, MN, facility having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post-consumer/industrial recycled content. The X-technology wet felted production line at the Cloquet facility employs a wet-felted technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. X-technology wet felted acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly mineral wool, starch and latex. In smaller amounts, other raw materials used in the tile forming process include flocculants, biocides and defoamer. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint...view more USG Interiors produces a family of X-technology wet felted acoustical ceiling panels at its Cloquet, MN, facility having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post-consumer/industrial recycled content. The X-technology wet felted production line at the Cloquet facility employs a wet-felted technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. X-technology wet felted acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly mineral wool, starch and latex. In smaller amounts, other raw materials used in the tile forming process include flocculants, biocides and defoamer. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint, which contains the following ingredients: calcium carbonate, clay, latex, titanium dioxide (TiO2) and other chemicals. Shrink-wrap and corrugated strip are used as packing materials. USG Interiors also produces a family of grid products at its Westlake, OH, Cartersville, GA, Oakville, ON, Canada and Stockton, CA facilities. This family of grid products coordinates with Millennia CLIMAPLUS panels and includes 6 grid profiles including DX/DXL, DXW, DXT, DXF, DXFF and DXI. Each profile is available in Intermediate Duty and Heavy Duty weight. Grid production encompasses the third party production of the hot-dipped galvanized steel coils, transport of  view less
Mars™ ClimaPlus™, Mars ClimaPlus™ HRC, Mars ClimaPlus™ Healthcare, Mars ClimaPlus™ High-nrc USG USG Interiors produces a family of X-technology wet felted acoustical ceiling panels at its Cloquet, MN, facility having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post-consumer/industrial recycled content. The X-technology wet felted production line at the Cloquet facility employs a wet-felted technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. X-technology wet felted2 acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly mineral wool, starch and latex. In smaller amounts, other raw materials used in the panel forming process include flocculants, biocides and de-foamer. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint...view more USG Interiors produces a family of X-technology wet felted acoustical ceiling panels at its Cloquet, MN, facility having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post-consumer/industrial recycled content. The X-technology wet felted production line at the Cloquet facility employs a wet-felted technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. X-technology wet felted2 acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly mineral wool, starch and latex. In smaller amounts, other raw materials used in the panel forming process include flocculants, biocides and de-foamer. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint, which contains ingredients such as calcium carbonate, clay, latex, titanium dioxide (TiO2) and other chemicals. Shrink-wrap and corrugated strip are used as packing materials. USG Interiors, LLC also produces a family of grid products at its Westlake, OH, Cartersville, GA, Oakville, ON, Canada and Stockton, CA facilities. This family of grid products coordinates with MARS CLIMAPLUS panels and includes 6 grid profiles including DX/DXL, DXW, DXT, DXF, DXFF and DXI. Each profile is available in Intermediate Duty and Heavy Duty weight. Grid production encompasses the third-party production of the hot-dipped galvanized steel coils, transport of  view less
FROST™ FIRECODE® SANDRIFT™ FIRECODE® GLACIER™ FIRECODE® USG USG Interiors produces a family of cast acoustical ceiling panels at its Walworth, WI, facility having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post-consumer/industrial recycled content. The production line at the Walworth facility employs cast technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. Cast acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly mineral wool, starch and clay. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint...view more USG Interiors produces a family of cast acoustical ceiling panels at its Walworth, WI, facility having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post-consumer/industrial recycled content. The production line at the Walworth facility employs cast technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. Cast acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly mineral wool, starch and clay. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint, which contains the following ingredients: calcium carbonate, clay, latex, titanium dioxide (TiO2), other chemicals. Shrink-wrap and corrugated strip are used as packing materials. USG Interiors, LLC also produces a family of grid products at its Westlake, OH, Cartersville, GA, Oakville, ON, Canada and Stockton, CA facilities. This family of grid products coordinates with FROST FIRECODE, SANDRIFT FIRECODE and GLACIER FIRECODE panels and includes grid profile DXL. DXL is available in Intermediate Duty and Heavy Duty weight. Grid production encompasses the third-party production of the hot-dipped galvanized steel coils, transport of these coils to USG fabrication facilities where the steel coil is cleaned, coated (optional depending on intended purpose) and slit and optionally transported to additional production facilities where the coated steel is formed into finished grid components.  view less
Frost™ ClimaPlus™, Sandrift™ ClimaPlus™, Bria™ ClimaPlus™ USG USG Interiors produces a family of cast acoustical ceiling panels at its Walworth, WI, facility having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post-consumer/industrial recycled content. The production line at the Walworth facility employs cast technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. Cast acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly mineral wool, starch and stucco. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint...view more USG Interiors produces a family of cast acoustical ceiling panels at its Walworth, WI, facility having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post-consumer/industrial recycled content. The production line at the Walworth facility employs cast technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. Cast acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly mineral wool, starch and stucco. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint, which contains the following ingredients: calcium carbonate, clay, latex, titanium dioxide (TiO2), other chemicals. Shrink-wrap and corrugated strip are used as packing materials. USG Interiors, LLC also produces a family of grid products at its Westlake, OH, Cartersville, GA, Oakville, ON, Canada and Stockton, CA facilities. This family of grid products coordinates with FROST CLIMAPLUS, SANDRIFT CLIMAPLUS and BRIA CLIMAPLUS panels and includes 5 grid profiles including DX/DXL, DXT, DXF, DXFF and DXI. Each profile is available in Intermediate Duty and Heavy Duty weight. Grid production encompasses the third-party production of the hot-dipped galvanized steel coils, transport of these coils to USG fabrication facilities where the steel coil is cleaned, coated (optional depending on intended purpose) and slit and optionally transported to additional production facilities where the coated steel is formed into finished grid components.  view less
USG CEILINGS™ BRAND RADAR™ FIRECODE®, RADAR™ CLIMAPLUS™ FIRECODE®, RADAR™ CLIMAPLUS™ HIGH-NRC/HIGH-CAC FIRECODE USG USG Interiors produces a family of wet felted acoustical ceiling panels at its Cloquet, MN and Greenville, MS facilities having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post- consumer/industrial recycled content. These production lines employ a wet felted technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. Wet felted acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly perlite, mineral wool, starch, recycled paper and clay. In smaller amounts, other raw materials used in the panel forming process include flocculants, biocides and defoamer. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint...view more USG Interiors produces a family of wet felted acoustical ceiling panels at its Cloquet, MN and Greenville, MS facilities having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post- consumer/industrial recycled content. These production lines employ a wet felted technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. Wet felted acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly perlite, mineral wool, starch, recycled paper and clay. In smaller amounts, other raw materials used in the panel forming process include flocculants, biocides and defoamer. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint, which contains the following ingredients: calcium carbonate, clay, latex, titanium dioxide (TiO2) and other chemicals. Shrink-wrap and corrugated strip are used as packing materials. USG Interiors, LLC also produces a family of grid products at its Westlake, OH, Cartersville, GA, Oakville, ON, Canada and Stockton, CA facilities. This family of grid products coordinates with RADAR FIRECODE, RADAR CLIMAPLUS FIRECODE and RADAR CLIMAPLUS High-NRC/High-CAC FIRECODE panels and includes 8 grid profiles including DX/DXL, DXLT, DXW, DXT, DXF, DXLF, DXFF and DXI. Each profile is available in Intermediate Duty and Heavy Duty weight. Grid production encompasses the third-party production of the hot-dipped galvanized steel coils, transport of these coils to  view less
Radar™ ClimaPlus™ High-nrc, Radar™ ClimaPlus™ High-nrc/High-cac, Radar™ ClimaPlus™ Open Plan USG USG Interiors produces a family of wet felted acoustical ceiling panels at its Cloquet, MN facility having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post-consumer/industrial recycled content. These production lines employ a wet felted technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. Wet felted acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly perlite, mineral wool, starch, recycled paper and clay. In smaller amounts, other raw materials used in the panel forming process include flocculants, biocides and defoamer. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint...view more USG Interiors produces a family of wet felted acoustical ceiling panels at its Cloquet, MN facility having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post-consumer/industrial recycled content. These production lines employ a wet felted technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. Wet felted acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly perlite, mineral wool, starch, recycled paper and clay. In smaller amounts, other raw materials used in the panel forming process include flocculants, biocides and defoamer. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint, which contains the following ingredients: calcium carbonate, clay, latex, titanium dioxide (TiO2) and other chemicals. Shrink-wrap and corrugated strip are used as packing materials. USG Interiors, LLC also produces a family of grid products at its Westlake, OH, Cartersville, GA, Oakville, ON, Canada and Stockton, CA facilities. This family of grid products coordinates with Radar ClimaPlus High-NRC, Radar ClimaPlus High-NRC/High-CAC and Radar ClimaPlus Open Plan products produced at Cloquet, MN panels and includes 6 grid profiles including DX/DXL, DXW, DXT, DXF, DXFF and DXI. Each profile is available in Intermediate Duty and Heavy Duty weight. Grid production encompasses the third-party production of the hot-dipped galvanized steel coils, transport  view less
RADAR™ Basic USG USG Interiors produces a family of wet felted acoustical ceiling panels at its Cloquet, MN, and Greenville, MS facilities having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post- consumer/industrial recycled content. These production lines employ a wet-felted technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. Wet-felted acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly perlite, mineral wool, starch, recycled paper and clay. In smaller amounts, other raw materials used in the panel forming process include flocculants, biocides and defoamer. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint...view more USG Interiors produces a family of wet felted acoustical ceiling panels at its Cloquet, MN, and Greenville, MS facilities having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post- consumer/industrial recycled content. These production lines employ a wet-felted technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. Wet-felted acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly perlite, mineral wool, starch, recycled paper and clay. In smaller amounts, other raw materials used in the panel forming process include flocculants, biocides and defoamer. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint, which contains the following ingredients: calcium carbonate, clay, latex, titanium dioxide (TiO2) and other chemicals. Shrink-wrap and corrugated strip are used as packing materials. USG Interiors, LLC also produces a family of grid products at its Westlake, OH, Cartersville, GA, Oakville, ON, Canada and Stockton, CA facilities. This family of grid products coordinates with RADAR panels and includes 6 grid profiles including DX/DXL, DXW, DXT, DXF, DXFF and DXI. Each profile is available in Intermediate Duty and Heavy Duty weight. Grid production encompasses the third-party production of the hot-dipped galvanized steel coils, transport of these coils to USG fabrication facilities where the steel coil is cleaned, coated (optional depending on intended  view less
USG CEILINGS™ BRAND OLYMPIA MICRO™ CLIMAPLUS™, OLYMPIA MICRO CLIMAPLUS™ HRC, OLYMPIA MICRO CLIMAPLUS™ .60 NRC USG USG Interiors produces a family of wet felted acoustical ceiling panels at its Greenville, MS facility having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post-consumer/industrial recycled content. These production lines employ a wet felted technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. Wet felted acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly perlite, mineral wool, starch, recycled paper and clay. In smaller amounts, other raw materials used in the panel forming process include flocculants, biocides and defoamer. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint...view more USG Interiors produces a family of wet felted acoustical ceiling panels at its Greenville, MS facility having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post-consumer/industrial recycled content. These production lines employ a wet felted technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. Wet felted acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly perlite, mineral wool, starch, recycled paper and clay. In smaller amounts, other raw materials used in the panel forming process include flocculants, biocides and defoamer. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint, which contains the following ingredients: calcium carbonate, clay, latex, titanium dioxide (TiO2), other chemicals. Shrink-wrap and corrugated strip are used as packing materials. USG Interiors, LLC also produces a family of grid products at its Westlake, OH, Cartersville, GA, Oakville, ON, Canada and Stockton, CA facilities. This family of grid products coordinates with Olympia Micro, Olympia Micro ClimaPlus HRC and Olympia Micro ClimaPlus panels and includes 6 grid profiles including DX®/DXL, DXW, DXT, DXF, DXFF and DXI. Each profile is available in Intermediate Duty and Heavy Duty weight. Grid production encompasses the third-party production of the hot-dipped galvanized steel coils, transport of these coils to USG fabrication facilities where the steel coil  view less
Eclipse™ ClimaPlus™, Eclipse ClimaPlus™ HRC, Eclipse ClimaPlus™ Firecode®, Astro® ClimaPlus™ USG USG Interiors produces a family of X-technology wet felted acoustical ceiling panels at its Cloquet, MN, facility having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post-consumer/industrial recycled content. The X-technology wet felted3 production line at the Cloquet facility employs a wet-felted technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. X-technology wet felted acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly mineral wool, starch and clay. In smaller amounts, other raw materials used in the panel forming process include flocculants, biocides and de-foamer. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint...view more USG Interiors produces a family of X-technology wet felted acoustical ceiling panels at its Cloquet, MN, facility having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post-consumer/industrial recycled content. The X-technology wet felted3 production line at the Cloquet facility employs a wet-felted technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. X-technology wet felted acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly mineral wool, starch and clay. In smaller amounts, other raw materials used in the panel forming process include flocculants, biocides and de-foamer. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint, which contains the following ingredients: calcium carbonate, clay, latex, titanium dioxide (TiO2), other chemicals. Shrink-wrap and corrugated strip are used as packing materials. USG Interiors, LLC also produces a family of grid products at its Westlake, OH, Cartersville, GA, Oakville, ON, Canada and Stockton, CA facilities. This family of grid products coordinates with ECLIPSE CLIMAPLUS, ECLIPSE CLIMAPLUS HRC, ECLIPSE CLIMAPLUS FIRECODE and ASTRO CLIMAPLUS panels and includes 8 grid profiles including DX/DXL, DXW, DXT, DXLT, DXF, DXFF, DXLF and DXI. Each profile is available in Intermediate Duty and Heavy Duty weight. Grid production encompasses the third-party production of the hot-dipped galvanized steel coils, transport of these coils to  view less
RADAR™ USG USG Interiors produces a family of wet felted acoustical ceiling panels at its Cloquet, MN, and Greenville, MS facilities having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post- consumer/industrial recycled content. These production lines employ a wet felted technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. Wet felted acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly perlite, mineral wool, starch, recycled paper and clay. In smaller amounts, other raw materials used in the panel forming process include flocculants, biocides and defoamer. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint...view more USG Interiors produces a family of wet felted acoustical ceiling panels at its Cloquet, MN, and Greenville, MS facilities having various light reflectance, noise reduction, and attenuation specifications with various levels of post- consumer/industrial recycled content. These production lines employ a wet felted technology in the production of acoustical ceiling panels. Wet felted acoustical ceiling panels contain mostly perlite, mineral wool, starch, recycled paper and clay. In smaller amounts, other raw materials used in the panel forming process include flocculants, biocides and defoamer. The finishing and packaging unit processes are dominated by the use of water-based paint, which contains the following ingredients: calcium carbonate, clay, latex, titanium dioxide (TiO2) and other chemicals. Shrink-wrap and corrugated strip are used as packing materials. USG Interiors, LLC also produces a family of grid products at its Westlake, OH, Cartersville, GA, Oakville, ON, Canada and Stockton, CA facilities. This family of grid products coordinates with RADAR CLIMAPLUS panels and includes 5 grid profiles including DX/DXL, DXT, DXF, DXFF and DXI. Each profile is available in Intermediate Duty and Heavy Duty weight. Grid production encompasses the third-party production of the hot-dipped galvanized steel coils, transport of these coils to USG fabrication facilities where the steel coil is cleaned, coated (optional depending on intended  view less
Cladding ArcelorMittal Steel cladding panels, pre-painted or bare Manufacturer Keywords: Cladding, pre-painted, painted, metallic coated, hot dip galvanized, HDG, Galvalume, roll formed panels, profiled steel sheet, building envelope
Roofing ArcelorMittal Roll formed steel roofing, pre-painted or bare Manufacturer Keywords: Roof, Roofing, roll formed panels, pre-painted, painted, metallic coated, metal roof, steel roof, hot dip galvanized, HDG, Galvalume
VOC Compliant Symphony f and Rx Symphony f CertainTeed Ceilings CertainTeed Ceilings fiberglass ceiling panels with painted membrane-faced overlay Manufacturer Keywords: Symphony f Fiberglass Ceiling Panels
Symphony m and Rx Symphony m CertainTeed Ceilings CertainTeed Ceilings wet felted, mineral fiber ceiling panels with painted membrane-faced overlay. Manufacturer Keywords: Symphony m Mineral Fiber Ceiling Panels
Roll Formed Steel Panels Canadian Sheet Steel Building Institute The panels are roll formed from coils of Galvanized (100% zinc) or Galvalume (55% aluminum 45% zinc) coated steel that may be painted using a continuous coil coating process. A variety of profiles are available for steel roofing, decking and cladding syst...view more The panels are roll formed from coils of Galvanized (100% zinc) or Galvalume (55% aluminum 45% zinc) coated steel that may be painted using a continuous coil coating process. A variety of profiles are available for steel roofing, decking and cladding system applications. The panel widths typically range from 12" to 36" (305 mm to 914 mm) and the thickness range is 14 to 29 gauge (1.98 mm to 0.36 mm). The profile depth is 4" (102 mm) or less. Manufacturer Keywords: Steel roofing, steel decking, steel cladding, galvanized, galvalume, roll formed, painted steel  view less
Roll Formed Metal Wall and Roof Panels Metal Building Manufacturers Association (MBMA) Single-skin roll formed metal wall panels (through fastened) and roof panels (standing seam and through fastened). Metal panels formed from aluminum/zinc coated or hot-dip galvanized coils and may either be bare steel or painted steel. Manufacturer Key...view more Single-skin roll formed metal wall panels (through fastened) and roof panels (standing seam and through fastened). Metal panels formed from aluminum/zinc coated or hot-dip galvanized coils and may either be bare steel or painted steel. Manufacturer Keywords: metal panel, through fastened panel, through fastened roof, standing seam roof, single-skin, R-panel  view less
LATICRETE Cement Mortar for Tile Installation Product Specific (Type III) EPD: Made in North America Laticrete International Cement mortar for tile installation is a blend of cement, very finely graded sand, and water retention compounds that allow the cement to properly hydrate. Its primary function is to adhere tile to a substrate, and it may contain polymers or other additiv...view more Cement mortar for tile installation is a blend of cement, very finely graded sand, and water retention compounds that allow the cement to properly hydrate. Its primary function is to adhere tile to a substrate, and it may contain polymers or other additives to improve adhesion, accommodate movement, and add strength. Although there are many ways cement mortar can be used to install tile, most commonly today this is achieved by applying the cement mortar with a notched trowel to a pre-fixed substrate, pressing tiles into the mortar, and allowing the system to cure for a specified amount of time. The following are the most common classifications of cement mortar products used in this way: –Dry-set cement mortar, defined per ANSI A118.1 –Modified dry-set cement mortar, defined per ANSI A118.4 and ANSI A118.11 –Improved modified dry-set cement mortar, defined per ANSI A118.15 Additionally, a variety of cement mortars for tile installation may be classified by ISO 13007-1 – Terms, Definitions and Specifications for Ceramic Tile Grouts and Adhesives. Performance criteria for each of the above classifications of cement mortar for tile installation, including set time and open time, shear strength to various types of tiles, floor test performance, and sag resistance, are established by their respective standards. Manufacturer Keywords: tile adhesive mortar, thin-set, medium bed mortar, glass tile adhesive, large heavy tile mortar, cement based tile adhesive, ANSI A118.4, ANSI A118.1, ANSI 118.15, ANSI A118.1  view less
LATICRETE Cement Grout for Tile Installation Product Specific (Type III) EPD: Made in North America Laticrete International The primary function of grout is to fill ‘joints,’ or the spaces between tiles. Grouting materials for tile installation are available in different forms, with cement-based grouts being most common. Typically, cement grout for tile installation is a facto...view more The primary function of grout is to fill ‘joints,’ or the spaces between tiles. Grouting materials for tile installation are available in different forms, with cement-based grouts being most common. Typically, cement grout for tile installation is a factory-prepared mixture of cement, aggregate, and other ingredients to produce a water-resistant, dense, uniformly-colored material. Cement grout for tile installation may be unsanded or sanded. Unsanded products utilize fine aggregates, are meant for joints 1/8” in width or less and/or are sometimes required for use with glass tile. Sanded products utilize graded sand as an aggregate and are meant for joints 1/16” (1.5mm) in width or greater. Cement grouts for tile installation are characterized as standard or high performance. High performance products typically contain latex or other polymers to achieve improved characteristics such as increased bond strength, flexural strength, and lower water absorption for frost resistance. Performance criteria for cement grout for tile installation are defined by ANSI A118.6 (standard) and A118.7 (high performance) and include linear shrinkage, water absorption, compressive strength, tensile strength and flexural strength. Additionally a variety of cement grouts for tile installation may be classified by ISO 13007-3 Terms, Definitions and Specifications for Ceramic Tile Grouts and Adhesives. Manufacturer Keywords: cement tile grout, tile grout, ANSI A118.6, ANSI A118.7, masonry pointing mortar, MVIS  view less
oko skin Rieder Smart Elements GmbH Thin-walled, slat-sized concrete The panels have a very convenient size (1800 x 147 mm) and can be easily mounted and processed on site - both by professionals and skilled do-it-yourselfers. Flexible formats available on request (width up to 105-302 mm and length up to 600 - 2400mm). Low Maintenance Unlike wooden claddings, Rieder Slat Wall needs neither be abraded nor paint...view more Thin-walled, slat-sized concrete The panels have a very convenient size (1800 x 147 mm) and can be easily mounted and processed on site - both by professionals and skilled do-it-yourselfers. Flexible formats available on request (width up to 105-302 mm and length up to 600 - 2400mm). Low Maintenance Unlike wooden claddings, Rieder Slat Wall needs neither be abraded nor painted at regular intervals. Individual elements can be replaced easily. Flexible applications Facades, claddings of porches, conservatories, terraces, garden sheds, garages, fences and many more. High fire resistance Absolute fire resistance, fire protection class A1, non-flammable, safe alternative to traditional wood panelling. Colours and Surfaces öko skin slat wall panels are dyed throughout with natural colour pigments and are available in 12 different colours. The natural, authentic colours of öko skin fit well in landscapes and blend with nature and the environment. The surface of öko skin is sandblasted with varied pressure and creates a vivid surface. Fastening system öko skin can be fitted with color-matched screws or rivets. From 2015, we also offer a hidden fastening system. Manufacturer Keywords: concrete, facade, slats  view less
Evolution Paper-Free ASJ Owens Corning Owens Corning Pipe Insulation with Evolution™ Paper-Free ASJ will not support mold growth and is impervious to moisture, thereby helping to improve indoor air quality. The facing is cleanable, accepts mastic, can be painted for color coding and has an app...view more Owens Corning Pipe Insulation with Evolution™ Paper-Free ASJ will not support mold growth and is impervious to moisture, thereby helping to improve indoor air quality. The facing is cleanable, accepts mastic, can be painted for color coding and has an appearance that is compatible with standard ASJ. It features the SSL II® Positive Closure System, which eliminates the need to staple or tape. Key Features • Evolution™ jacket is more than 3X tougher than standard ASJ. The paper free all service jacket does not support mold growth and is designed to have compatible finished job appearance with standard ASJ. • The double adhesive lap seal and two-part butt strip seal provide effective long term vapor sealing of the longitudinal and butt joints. • SSL II® Positive Closure is fast, neat and foolproof. There is no need for staples which promotes job site productivity. • Short pieces of insulation can be cut without jacket loss and the section will not come apart in handling. There are no “dogears” in or out of the carton. Dust and moisture cannot reach the lap seal. Butt strips come in sealed bags inside the carton so they can stay clean until the moment of use. • Fiberglas™ Pipe Insulation’s low thermal conductivity contributes to lower operating costs of heating and cooling equipment. • The flame spread rating of 25 or less and smoke developed rating of 50 or less usually means that Fiberglas™ Pipe Insulation will be granted immediate building code approval.  view less