Wall Guardian FW-100A, a liquid-applied, fibered acrylic air barrier that likewise functions as water/ weather barrier and vapor retarder, exhibits an air leakage rate of 0.
Compared to house wraps and mechanically fastened weather barriers, product engineers note, Wall Guardian FW-100A can be quickly applied to building material surfaces with a heavy-duty sprayer, roller or brush.
Technical experts from Grace talked about the products and solutions they are offering which include water proofing of below grade deep basements, answers to architectural concrete in exposed areas - mainly in building facades - and weather barrier systems in high rise buildings.
Greg Austin, also from Grace, talked about the latest technology for use in an efficient design strategy and the best solution for a functional weather barrier system in facade design.
The Dow Corning Silicone Air Barrier System -- A complete air and weather barrier solution that provides airtight moisture control for more energy-efficient building envelope designs.
Dow Corning DefendAir 200 -- A 100 per cent silicone liquid-applied air and weather barrier that cures to form a seamless, flexible membrane, Dow Corning DefendAir 200 is vapour-permeable and exceeds industry requirements for airtight performance, is able to withstand unlimited UV exposure and has an NFPA Class A fire rating.
This patented product of wall and roof sheathing has a laminated weather barrier
All is then wrapped in fire resistant gypsum board and a weather barrier
James Hardie Building Products (NYSE:JHX), America's #1 brand of siding, announces the launch of HardieWrap([TM]) weather barrier
at the International Builders' Show in Orlando, Florida, February 13-16, 2008.
Hurricanes and extreme weather have elevated the demand for proven weather barrier
products," said Paul Hanlon, vice president and general manager of Grace Residential Building Materials.
Compared to house wraps and mechanically-fastened weather barriers
, Wall Guardian FW-100A can be quickly applied to building material surfaces with a heavy-duty sprayer, roller or brush.
A recent article in the Journal of Light Construction confirms that even the best weather barriers
cannot compensate for the lack of flashing and shoddy construction practices.