Rmax Operating LLC -Rmax Thermaroof Plus®-3 Insulation for Above the Deck

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Rmax Thermaroof® Plus-3 is an energy-efficient thermal insulation board composed of an environmentally sound closed-cell polyiso foam core bonded to reinforced aluminum facers on each side.


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Rmax Operating LLC
13524 Welch Road
Dallas, TX 75224
Tel: (972) 387-4500

rmax@rmax.com

https://www.rmax.com/

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Rmax Thermaroof Plus®-3 Insulation for Above the Deck

Rmax Thermaroof® Plus-3 is an energy-efficient thermal insulation board composed of an environmentally sound closed-cell polyiso foam core bonded to reinforced aluminum facers on each side. This energy-efficient roof insulation is ideal for use in constructions utilizing metal panel roof systems. Thermaroof® Plus-3 is approved for use in new roof constructions and limited retrofit/recover roof constructions over steel, wood, non-combustible and certain types of nailable roof decks.

Construction Applications

  • Mechanically attached single ply

  • Loose laid ballasted single ply

  • Metal panel roofing


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Specifications

Thermal Properties

1The 1.50" and thicker products are approved or FM Class 1-90 wind uplift 2Thermal values are determined by using ASTM C518 test method at 75°F mean temperature on material conditioned according to PIMA Technical Bulletin No. 101. 3Thermaroof Plus-3 is shipped in bundles that are approximately 48" high and wrapped in plastic for easy handling.

NOTE: Metal deck flute span shall be a maximum of 4 3/8".

Typical Physical Properties

1Also available in 25 psi upon request. Less than 1" is standard at 16 psi.

2Flame Spread and Smoke Developed Indexes are used to measure and describe the properties of this material in response and flame under controlled laboratory conditions and should not be used to describe or appraise the fire hazard or fire rick of this material and other related roofing components under actual fire conditions.