Titan Outlet™ - HVAC Pipe Penetration Wall Seal
Air Leakage Wall Seal, Protect Indoor Air Quality!
The Titan Outlet is the engineered solution of wall sealing refrigerant line penetrations featuring a weather and air leakage resistant, vibration control, rodent proofing, wall enclosure system, and has become the preferred industry leader.Product Summary
The Titan Outlet is the engineered solution of wall sealing refrigerant line penetrations featuring a weather and air leakage resistant, vibration control, rodent proofing, wall enclosure system, and has become the preferred industry leader.Air Leakage Wall Seal, Protect Indoor Air Quality!
- Meets mandatory Building Codes, Energy, Residential, Mechanical, and Green Codes
- Made in The USA
- Superior durable quality with UV/resistance and high impact strength design
- Gasket Compression System Seals Wall Air Leakage and Weather Moisture Wall Damage
- Flexible elastomeric outlet sleeve design offers, anti-wind, anti-rodent features
- Design supports HVAC systems with wall isolation & anti-vibration features
- Flexible Sleeve Reduces Piping Vibration and Noise
AIREX TITAN OUTLET – Professionally Engineered and with an Architectural aesthetic finish design, features a Wall Outlet Enclosure with excellent weather proofing capabilities that fits over and seals around wall surface piping penetrations, utilizing elastomeric gaskets and seals, as required by building, energy, and mechanical codes. AIREX TITAN OUTLET prevents wall gaps and exterior surface cracks associated with the use of rigid wall penetration sleeves or rigid penetration flashing materials. Featuring a combined fastener and gasket/seal applied compression-force system that accomplishes simultaneous, solid, internal wall structure attachment and all-surface wall gasket mounting for long-term sustainable and effective air leakage sealing.
An integral over-molded Flexible Elastomeric Sleeve, seals the refrigerant piping and insulation, creating an air leakage seal, that permanently supports the refrigerant piping at the point of equipment service areas, professionally engineered and with an architectural aesthetic finish design. The sleeve also features a designated region to accommodate a stainless-steel clamp that mechanically grips both refrigerant piping and piping insulation, mechanically securing against vibration, rodents, insects, and pipe insulation protection for outdoor usage.Wall Surface ApplicationsBrickConcreteMasonryMetal PanelingSidingStoneStuccoDrywallApproved Product & Material TestingASTM E283 – Standard Test Method for Air LeakageASTM E331 – Standard Test Method for Water PenetrationASTM D1525C-09 - Temperature Deformation TestASTM D648-07 - Temperature Load Deformation TestASTM D412 - Tension Deformation Test (UV Exposure & Water Immersion)UL 94 HB - Flammability Test UL 746C - Outdoor Suitability - f1 RatingASTM D573-04 - Deterioration TestASTM D746-07 - Brittleness Temperature Impact TestCodes & Standards Compliance
- IBC - 2006, 2009, 2012 Chapter 13
- IRC - 2006, 2009, 2012 Chapter 11 Part IV Energy Efficiency - Section N1101 General - N1101.1 Scope - Air Leakage Section N1102.4 Section N1102.4.1 - Building Thermal Envelope - (1. All joints, seams, penetrations) Chapter 11 Refrigeration Section 1101.0 Scope -1101.3 Protection
- IECC - 2006, 2009, & 2012 Air Leakage (Mandatory) - Residential Section 402.4.1 and 402.4.1.1 Building Thermal Envelope – Penetrations
- IECC - 2006, 2009, & 2012 Air Leakage (Mandatory) - Commercial Section C502.4.3 and C402.4.2 Building Thermal Envelope – Penetrations
- IMC - 2006, 2009, & 2012 Chapter 3 General Regulations Section 301.1 Scope – Sections 301.10, 301.11, 301.14, 301.15, 305.1, 305.2, 305.4
- UMC - 2006, 2009, & 2012 Chapter 11 Refrigeration – Section 1101.0 Scope - Section 1101.1 - General Requirements Section 1106.0 – Section 1106.2, Section 1111.0 Erection of Refrigerant Piping – Sections 1111.1, 1111.2, 1111.4
- California Building Energy Efficiency Standards (Title 24 Energy Code) - 2016 Part 6 Section 110.7 - Mandatory Requirements to Limit Air Leakage