Common ELAMINATOR System Questions
Our team members get a number of questions about the Owens Corning ELAMINATOR System. See their answers below. If you don’t see your question, contact your local branch today.
Where in a Building Is the ELAMINATOR System Normally Used?
The Owens Corning ELAMINATOR System is utilized for insulating the roof of metal buildings. It is specifically designed for large projects, including those 50,000 square feet and larger. It provides leading edge fall protection and increases productivity. If you need to find out if the ELAMINATOR System is a good fit for your metal building roofing project, contact our team today.
What Are the R-Values for the ELAMINATOR System?
The ELAMINATOR System is a great choice for both high R-value and single layer applications on metal building projects. It can be utilized in any climate zone across the United States and is helpful in dispensing both faced and unfaced insulation to large metal building roofs, in addition to providing important safety features.
In What Geographies Can the ELAMINATOR System Be Used?
The Owens Corning ELAMINATOR System is great for large metal building roof insulation projects and can be utilized for leading fall protection that complies with all OSHA fall protection standards in any geography throughout the United States. No matter where your metal building roof insulation project is located, you can utilize the ELAMINATOR System.
Can the ELAMINATOR System Be Used in Residential or Commercial Construction?
While many of Service Partners’ insulation products and accessories can be utilized in both residential and commercial construction anywhere in the United States, the Owens Corning ELAMINATOR System is solely focused on providing fall protection and increased productivity for large commercial and industrial projects. If you are working on a large metal building roof insulation project in the commercial or industrial space, the ELAMINATOR System is a great choice for you.