Sol-R-Wall, composed of paper backing and foil facing,  is a uniquely efficient wall insulation providing an excellent option those needing formaldehyde-free insulation.

Sol-R-Wall Foil Insulation

Sol-R-Wall offers a radiant barrier solution that installs easily in either existing or new construction, requiring no special tools or protective clothing.

SOL-R-WALL Insulation is a perfect extension of our full line of formaldehyde-free insulation. When installed in a concrete or masonry wall, reflective foil insulation provides resistance to solar heat gain in hot, sunny climates. Which means homeowners save on cooling costs in the summer.
The secret is in the pleats. When SOL-R-WALL Insulation is properly installed, the reflectivity and low emissivity of the aluminum facing help block radiant energy so overall heat transfer is reduced. The specially engineered pleats expand to form air pockets between the layers of paper and aluminum. These spaces restrict air movement, thereby reducing convection and thwarting heat transfer.
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SOL-R-WALL Insulation has an inside layer made of aluminum foil. The outer layer is natural kraft paper. When installed on 1” x 2” furring strips spaced 16” to 24” on center, a second reflective air space is formed.
SOL-R-WALL Insulation is packaged in lightweight rolls for easy carrying.
For additional installation information, please see ASTM C-727, “Standard Practice for Installation and use of SOL-R-WALL Insulation in Building Constructions”.
All insulation shown on drawings or specified herein shall be “SOL-R-WALL Insulation”.
Check applicable building codes.
SOL-R_WALL Insulation provides remarkable
radiant-heat resistance for furred-out concrete or
masonry walls in new construction or retrofitted
homes. It can also be used as a radiant heat
detector for attic doors.

SOL-R-WALL Insulation complies with Florida
Building Code requirements for concealed

Technical specifications as shown in this literature are intended to be used as general guidelines only. The physical and chemical properties of SOL-R-WALL Insulation listed herein represent typical, average values obtained in accordance with accepted test methods and are subject to normal manufacturing variations. They are supplied as a technical service and are subject to change without notice. Any references to numerical flame-spread or smoke-developed ratings are not intended to reflect hazards presented by these or any other materials under actual conditions. Check with the sales office nearest you for current information.

ASTM C 1224
(Standard specification for Reflective Insulation)
R-VALUE hr.ft. °F/Btu RESULT minimum 4.0 (3/4”) FACILITY JMTC TEST REPORT 436-04591
ASTM C 1371 Surface Emittance RESULT 0.04 FACILITY JMTC TEST REPORT T15-036
ASTM E 96 Water Vapor Permeance RESULT >10 FACILITY JMTC TEST REPORT P-03-174
ASTM E 84 Flame Spread (Foil Side) RESULT 0 FACILITY JMTC TEST REPORT F-15-032
ASTM E 84 Smoke Development (Foil Side) RESULT 25 RATING Class A FACILITY JMTC TEST REPORT F-15-032
ASTM E 84 Flame Spread (Kraft Side) RESULT 0 RATING Class A FACILITY JMTC TEST REPORT F-15-032
ASTM E 84 Smoke Development (Kraft Side) RESULT 60 RATING Class A FACILITY JMTC TEST REPORT F-15-032
ASTM C 1338 Mold & Fungi Resistance RESULT PASS FACILITY Microlab TEST REPORT 63569
ASTM C 1224 Section 9.5
Adhesive Performance

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Thermal Efficiency

When properly installed, the uniquely designed Sol-R-Wall insulation provides an effective resistance to heat transfer with a minimum R Value of 4.0.

Conforming Fit

Width expanded construction allows a perfect fit for furred out walls 16” to 24” as well as irregularly sized wall cavities.

Moisture Control

Sol-R-Wall’s facing design includes micro-perforations that allow the product to breathe and resist moisture build-up.

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Concrete and Masonry Applications

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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Non-Corrosive Materials

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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