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RMax TSX-8510 1in x 4ft x 8ft  (48 Sheets) RMax (Polyiso)
RMax TSX-8510 1in x 4ft x 8ft  (48 Sheets) RMax (Polyiso)
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RMax TSX-8510 1in x 4ft x 8ft (48 Sheets)

Product Code: rmax85101

Over View: Rmax TSX-8510 is a polyisocyanurate thermal insulation board designed to meet the demands of today’s building industry. This product is suitable for use in walls, ceilings and limited roof applications in new construction for commercial, residential, agricultural and industrial buildings and in thermal retrofit construction within existing buildings.

Rmax TSX-8510 is a cost effective way to increase your buildings thermal efficiency with one of the thinnest profiles available on the market today. TSX-8510 is manufactured with reinforced aluminum foil facers on both sides.

The exposed side has a reflective aluminum surface to provide an attractive, strong and durable interior finish that is pressure washable and designed for use without a thermal barrier.

Article

R-Max Polyiso: How to Install?


What is Polyiso?


Polyisocyanurate or Polyiso, which it is commonly known as, is a type of insulation which comes in the form of foam boards. These foam boards tend to offer an extremely steady state of warmness and protection from the chilly cold weather for your house and office. Apart from the efficient roof insulation and wall insulation, these foam boards can also be used for floor insulation and crawlspace insulation in order to reduce heat loss from and also increase the overall thermal efficiency of your building. Although, it has been seen that the initial installation cost of these Polyiso insulation foam boards might be a little higher, yet, these insulation boards will save you hundreds or thousands of dollars, which you would have spent on installing various equipment for electric heating and cooling purposes.


Apart from these crucial advantages, one of the most important advantages of these R-Max Polyiso insulation foam boards is that the installation of these foam boards are very easy and can be easily done yourself, which will also save you money.


How to Install R-Max Polyiso?


Following are the items which will be required for the installation of the R-Max Polyiso rigid board insulation:



  • Polyisocyanurate rigid insulation

  • Drywalls

  • Any damp proofing instrument, such as vapor barrier

  • Plywood if required

  • Framing studs, preferably of 2x2, 2x4 or 2x6 dimensions

  • Multipurpose knife

  • Adhesive

  • Measuring tape

  • Foil tape


In this article, we are going to discuss the steps which you could use to install the Polyiso insulation foam boards more easily and more efficiently. 



  • Cut the Polyiso foam board with a multipurpose knife


In the event that you have to cut the sheets of the polyiso foam boards, you ought to use a multipurpose knife instead of any other kind of cutter, since it will cause deformation of the edges. Always remember that when you are about to cut the boards, you should use a straight edge and try to slice that side of the board with the foil material attached to it. If you try to cut from a non-foil side you run the risk of the foil tearing.


 



  • Attach all the cut foam boards with the adhesive


Try to avoid the nails and staples while attaching the foam boards. You should always try use a good quality adhesive like Tensor Construction Adhesives to attach all the cut pieces of the insulation boards. Be it for insulating your basement or your floors, you should always use an adhesive to join the pieces of the insulation board.


 



  • Installing moisture barriers


You should always install a vapor barrier while fitting your insulation. This is because moisture is a very deadly agent when it comes to insulation and it has been seen that moisture tends to damage the insulation material and reduce its efficiency. It is, therefore, very important to install a vapor barrier which gives the most efficient resistance to moisture. Also, keep it in mind to attach the vapor barrier to the studs of the frame, rather that attaching it directly to the insulation boards. Polyiso does not absorb moisture but if you do get a moisture buildup around the board for prolonged periods it may damage the foils reflective abilities and also could cause other issues in behind your wall with the building structure that you cannot see.


 



  • Frame the walls and cover it with drywall


Since it is not always a good idea to use nails or screws to attach the insulation foam boards to your walls (if you really need to do this you can but best to avoid if possible), you can either stick the foam boards to your wall using Tensor Adhesive Sprays or frame out your wall and insulate in between the studs with the polyiso foam boards. After framing the walls, cover the walls with the help of drywall to keep a moisture barrier within the layers of the insulation and covering material.


Conclusion


Polyiso insulation boards are, therefore, one of the best insulating materials for your house and offices and R-Max Polyiso insulation foam boards are one of the best in the market. They provide great technical service to their customers and you can purchase these directly from our website.

Brand R-Max
Material facing Foil-Faced
Product type Rigid Board
Product width in 48"
R value R6
Savtran pallet height inch 48
Savtran product length inch 96
Sq ft pack 768
Type of material Polyiso
Warehouse 46
Weight kg 324

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Description

Over View: Rmax TSX-8510 is a polyisocyanurate thermal insulation board designed to meet the demands of today’s building industry. This product is suitable for use in walls, ceilings and limited roof applications in new construction for commercial, residential, agricultural and industrial buildings and in thermal retrofit construction within existing buildings.

Rmax TSX-8510 is a cost effective way to increase your buildings thermal efficiency with one of the thinnest profiles available on the market today. TSX-8510 is manufactured with reinforced aluminum foil facers on both sides.

The exposed side has a reflective aluminum surface to provide an attractive, strong and durable interior finish that is pressure washable and designed for use without a thermal barrier.



Technical Specifications

Article

R-Max Polyiso: How to Install?


What is Polyiso?


Polyisocyanurate or Polyiso, which it is commonly known as, is a type of insulation which comes in the form of foam boards. These foam boards tend to offer an extremely steady state of warmness and protection from the chilly cold weather for your house and office. Apart from the efficient roof insulation and wall insulation, these foam boards can also be used for floor insulation and crawlspace insulation in order to reduce heat loss from and also increase the overall thermal efficiency of your building. Although, it has been seen that the initial installation cost of these Polyiso insulation foam boards might be a little higher, yet, these insulation boards will save you hundreds or thousands of dollars, which you would have spent on installing various equipment for electric heating and cooling purposes.


Apart from these crucial advantages, one of the most important advantages of these R-Max Polyiso insulation foam boards is that the installation of these foam boards are very easy and can be easily done yourself, which will also save you money.


How to Install R-Max Polyiso?


Following are the items which will be required for the installation of the R-Max Polyiso rigid board insulation:



  • Polyisocyanurate rigid insulation

  • Drywalls

  • Any damp proofing instrument, such as vapor barrier

  • Plywood if required

  • Framing studs, preferably of 2x2, 2x4 or 2x6 dimensions

  • Multipurpose knife

  • Adhesive

  • Measuring tape

  • Foil tape


In this article, we are going to discuss the steps which you could use to install the Polyiso insulation foam boards more easily and more efficiently. 



  • Cut the Polyiso foam board with a multipurpose knife


In the event that you have to cut the sheets of the polyiso foam boards, you ought to use a multipurpose knife instead of any other kind of cutter, since it will cause deformation of the edges. Always remember that when you are about to cut the boards, you should use a straight edge and try to slice that side of the board with the foil material attached to it. If you try to cut from a non-foil side you run the risk of the foil tearing.


 



  • Attach all the cut foam boards with the adhesive


Try to avoid the nails and staples while attaching the foam boards. You should always try use a good quality adhesive like Tensor Construction Adhesives to attach all the cut pieces of the insulation boards. Be it for insulating your basement or your floors, you should always use an adhesive to join the pieces of the insulation board.


 



  • Installing moisture barriers


You should always install a vapor barrier while fitting your insulation. This is because moisture is a very deadly agent when it comes to insulation and it has been seen that moisture tends to damage the insulation material and reduce its efficiency. It is, therefore, very important to install a vapor barrier which gives the most efficient resistance to moisture. Also, keep it in mind to attach the vapor barrier to the studs of the frame, rather that attaching it directly to the insulation boards. Polyiso does not absorb moisture but if you do get a moisture buildup around the board for prolonged periods it may damage the foils reflective abilities and also could cause other issues in behind your wall with the building structure that you cannot see.


 



  • Frame the walls and cover it with drywall


Since it is not always a good idea to use nails or screws to attach the insulation foam boards to your walls (if you really need to do this you can but best to avoid if possible), you can either stick the foam boards to your wall using Tensor Adhesive Sprays or frame out your wall and insulate in between the studs with the polyiso foam boards. After framing the walls, cover the walls with the help of drywall to keep a moisture barrier within the layers of the insulation and covering material.


Conclusion


Polyiso insulation boards are, therefore, one of the best insulating materials for your house and offices and R-Max Polyiso insulation foam boards are one of the best in the market. They provide great technical service to their customers and you can purchase these directly from our website.

Brand R-Max
Material facing Foil-Faced
Product type Rigid Board
Product width in 48"
R value R6
Savtran pallet height inch 48
Savtran product length inch 96
Sq ft pack 768
Type of material Polyiso
Warehouse 46
Weight kg 324


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