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SOL-R-Eclipse

SOL-R-Eclipse is a patent pending reflective insulation that delivers the highest R Value available from a reflective insulation on the market today using the latest ATSM testing.

  • Overview

    First generation reflective insulations utilized packaging materials such as bubble or foams to create the core. These products worked well but limitations relating to where they could be used due to the safety concerns relating to fire issues. These products are mostly vapor barriers so use in the areas such attics and kneewalls is not recommended as moisture problems could be created.

    Second generation reflective insulations use textile or fiber type materials as the core, while more efficient and safer, these products use glues to adhere the core to the facers which can delaminate over time.

    SOL-R-Eclipse is the next generation of reflective insulation. SOL-R-Eclipse utilizes a patent pending heat sealing technology which creates a one-piece material which delivers not only higher R Values but a stronger product which creates a more board like appearance not found in most rolled insulation products.

  • Specifications

    eShield™ insulation is a 3 layer composite comprised of a perforated foil facing, a Microlite fiberglass core and a reflective foil facing.

    Available sizes

    • • 24”x50’
    • • 48”x50’

    Test Data

    Flame Spread: 20 (ASTM E84-10a)

    Smoke Developed: 10 (ASTM E84-10a)

    Full Scale Corner Room: PASS (UL 1715/UBC 26-3)

    Thermal Performance:

    • Heat Flow Down R 12.82 air to air (ASTM C1363/C1224)
    • Heat Flow Up R 9.24 air to air (ASTM C1363/C1224)
    • Heat Flow Horizontal R 10.60 air to air (ASTM C1363/C1224)

    Safety Data

    Direct contact with the fiberglass may cause eye, skin and respiratory tract irritant. Do not rub.

    Skin Contact

    Direct contact with the skin may cause mechanical irritation. If irritation occurs, long sleeves, loose fitting clothing, gloves, and eye protection are recommended. Wash exposed areas with soap and water after handling. Wash clothes separately and rinse out washer after each use.

    Eye Contact

    Flush with running water for a minimum of 15 minutes. Apply sterile eye wash to remove foreign bodies from the eye(s).

    Inhalation

    If respiratory tract is irritated, remove from exposure. If irritation persists, seek medical attention.

    Fire Warning

    Unusual Fire Hazards: Fiberglass insulation is a non-flammable product. Caution should be used when working close to the facing or packaged material with open flame. Chemicals in plastic packaging products that do not present a health hazard under normal conditions may be released during a fire. Toxic fumes and gases that may result from incomplete combustion include carbon monoxide, hydrogen chloride and low-level cyanides. If breathing is difficult, administer oxygen and consult a physician.

    Accidental Release Measures

    Avoid dust-generating means of clean-up.

    Handling & Storage

    Store insulation in a dry location and remove from any source of ignition or flammable products. The information relates only to the particular product and not to the product when used in combination with any other materials. It is the user’s responsibility to take proper precautions when using this product and ensure its own compliance with applicable local and governmental laws and regulations.

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Commercial Buildings

Residential Thermal Flow Animation

Sol-R-Eclipse can help improve productivity, comfort and lower energy costs for your commercial buildings by addressing all three modes of heat transfer; radiation, conduction and convection. First generation reflective insulations utilized packaging materials such as bubble or foams to create the core. These products worked well but limitations relating to where they could be used due to the safety concerns relating to fire issues. These products are mostly vapor barriers so use in the areas such attics and kneewalls is not recommended as moisture problems could be created.

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Agricultural Buildings

Sol-R-Eclipse was designed with agricultural buildings in mind. Sol-R-Eclipse is lightweight for easy installation and is rodent and bird resistant. Because Sol-R-Eclipse addresses radiant heat loss and gains in buildings, it can help increase productivity, and reduce mortality. Sol-R-Eclipse is available in either Foil Faced or White Faced to enhance your building’s interior.

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Heat Loss and Gains

Heat Loss through Walls

Convection: 15 - 20%
Conduction: 3 - 7%
Radiation: 65 - 85%

Heat Loss through Ceiling/Roof

Convection: 15 - 20%
Conduction: 3 - 7%
Radiation: 65 - 85%

Summer Heat Gain

Convection: 15 - 20%
Conduction: 3 - 7%
Radiation: 65 - 85%