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Rigid Foam Insulation

Rigid foam insulation is very effective in buildings with space limitations and where higher R-values are needed. Foam insulation R-values range from R-4 to R-6.5 per inch of thickness (2.54 cm), which is up to 2 times greater than most other insulating materials of the same thickness. Foam insulation is often made with one of three materials: molded expanded polystyrene (MEPS), extruded expanded polystyrene (XEPS) or polyurethane, polyisocyanurate, or a related chemical mixture. Some are installed as a liquid while other types come as factory-made panels called rigid foam boards.

Expanded and Extruded Polystyrene insulations have good thermal efficiency and clean surfaces for fabrication into sheets, pipe, tank and vessel coverings, as well as other shapes for a variety of thermal insulation applications.


TRYMER™ polyisocyanurate foam is produced for a variety of applications. Manufactured in bunstock lengths up to 24', TRYMER products are available in a range of densities and compressive strengths to meet exacting specifications and customer requirements. TRYMER products offer outstanding versatility and proven performance for panel, pultrusion, composite and thermal insulation applications.


Trymer Green Phenolic Insulation by Johns Manville

Trymer Green Phenolic Insulation by Johns Manville

TRYMER® Green Phenolic Insulation offers the lowest thermal conductivity of any standard material and combines this with excellent flammability performance, closed-cell, and good water and water vapor resistance.