Insulation for Block or Masonry Wall
Installation Instructions: (There are 3 “levels of benefit” options)
1. R-3.7 (1”x 2” nominal furring)
Attach 1”x 2” (nominal) furring strips vertically at an interval of 16” on center to the masonry wall (with an adhesive or fastener that is specified for this application).
Cut the InfraStop® Reflective/Bubble/Bubble/Reflective, Staple Tab product (using scissors or a utility knife) into lengths equal to the height of the wall (floor to ceiling).
Staple the product to the face of the furring strip - product seams should split on a furring strip.
One air space is created between the InfraStop® and the masonry wall.
Finish with interior panel (or sheetrock) of choice.
R-4.2 (2”x 2” nominal furring)
Same as above except utilize 2”x 2” (nominal) furring.
R-6.1 (2”x 2” nominal furring)
Same as above, except the product is not stapled to the face of the furring strip.
Staple the product to the side of the furring strip at a depth of 3/4”. The goal is to split the cavity (in two) into approximately equal air spaces.
The two air spaces created are: one between the InfraStop® and the masonry wall, and the other between the new interior panel and the InfraStop® .
Staple Tab Roll Sizes
Square Edge Roll Sizes
Insulation for Block and Masonry Wall: There are 3 levels of benefit.
InfraStop® Insulation products are a group of technologically advanced materials. They are ideal for new construction or retrofit applications in commercial, industrial, metal and post/frame buildings, along with many other DIY applications. When you think of insulation, you should think of InfraStop®. Our products are recognized for their thermal performance, easy installation, versatility, price and environmental friendliness.
- Easy to handle and install
- Convenient roll sizes
- Class A / Class 1 Fire Rating
- Inhibits dew point condensation
- Vapor retarder (0.02 perms)
- Does not compress, collapse or disintegrate
- Non-toxic / non-carcinogenic
Testing and Certification
InfraStop® products are thoroughly tested at either nationally approved independent laboratories or leading universities. Tests are performed to current American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards when a standard exists. For a copy of an actual test report, please e-mail us at email@example.com.