Low-E Attic Floor Insulation is perforated to allow moisture to escape from existing attic insulation. It is specifically designed to be rolled out on top of your attic floor and because is only 1/8” thick does not compress your mass insulation. This product will help keep your heating costs lower in the winter and cooling costs lower in the summer.
Want to help keep your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter?
Try Low-E® Attic Floor Insulation.
As temperatures rise in the summer, you attic can be the biggest source of heat gain in your home. In much the same way, it can also be the biggest source of heat loss in the winter.
Low-E® Attic Floor Insulation can help combat that heat gain/loss by reflecting up to 97% of radiant heat. Used in conjunction with mass insulation, Low-E® Attic Floor Insulation provides superior thermal performance. It is easily installed, will not trap moisture and is insect and bird resistant.
PRODUCT CODE: 4PMPA-SL
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION & DIMENSIONS:
Double sided scrimmed aluminum foil laminated to polyethylene foam perforated (1/8" nominal thickness).
R-Value*: R-5.5 down; R-2.3 up
PERM RATING: ASTM E-96 5.18 perms or 51.55 grams/(day-m2)
CRITICAL RADIANT FLUX: ASTM E-970: >.12 w/cm2
EMITTANCE: ASTM C-1371 0.03
*R-value is determined when placed over attic floor joist or existing insulation in joist area. R-value includes core material value and low emittance air film value for upward and downward heat flow respectively.
R-value means resistance to heat flow. The higher the R-value, the greater the insulating power. To get the marked R-Value, it is essential that this insulation be installed properly. If you do it yourself, get instructions adn follow them carefully. Instructions do not come with this package.
NOTE: Do not allow product to become damp or wet while rolled in sealed bag. Do not set product directly on wet or uncured concrete.
WARNING: Although ESP LOW-E® Insulation Products are all fire tested to ASTM and/or NFPA standards; it is recommended that they or any insulation material should not be exposed to open flame or other ignition sources of sufficient intensity during shipment, storage or installation.
CAUTION: Aluminum is an electrical conductor. Please use caution when working around electrical sources including overhead power lines. Carefully inspect electrical junction boxes and check for frayed wires before beginning installation.
NOTE: Low-E® Attic Blanket is designed for use in residential attic floor spaces only.
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