New Product in the Reflective Insulation Series
Solex new reflective radiant barrier insulation engineered as an economical alternative to reflective bubble with with the high quality facings that provides a cleaner finishes. Solex products combine both a reflective radiant barrier and an integrated vapor retarder, making them the perfect choice for post frame applications. The core of the product is made of a solid layer of a flexible proprietary foram designed especially for Solex that provides excellent insulation characteristics in a moisture proof design. Solex Lt comes in 1/8" thickness while Solex is 1/4 thick to provide additional insulation/strength.
Radiant barriers save energy, keeping the heat out in the summer and the warmer inside temps inside in the winter.
Solex products are used in new construction, retrofits in a variety of applications, such as post frame,horse, dairy/livestock buildings as well as for finished walls, building insulation, condensation control and as a thermal break and vapor barrier.
A white woven facing option allows for a durable wash-down finish that is not available with other products as well as producing a finished look.
Solex has the patented 1" self sealing tape option that helps decrease installation time, provides a finished seam. Understanding the customer's needs, Solex rolls are 50" wide with the two 1" overlapping seams on both sides so you get a real 48" of material.
Solex 4' wide by 125' (500 sq feet per roll)
Solex LT 4' wide by 250' (1000 sq feet per roll)
- White Woven/reflective
- white woven/foil
Can be perforated for condensation control
- Post Frame
- Metal buildings
- Metal Roofs
- Under vinyl siding
- Pallet blankets
- self storage
Anywhere people want to save money on cooling/heating costs
Self sealing taped edges, labor savings, economical, energy savings, tax credit, easy/fast installation,stronger than other materials, no bubbles to deflate and loose thickness.
Assembly R values
(R-value means resistance to heat flow)Read This Before You Buy: The chart shows the R-value of this insulation. R means resistance to heat flow. The higher the R-value, the greater the insulating power. Compare insulation R-values before you buy. There are other factors to consider. The amount of insulation you need depends mainly on the climate you live in. Also, your fuel savings from insulation will depend on climate, the type and size of your house, the amount of insulation already in your house, and your fuel use patterns and family size.
Contact NOFP for complete details on assembly r-values.
Showing self seamed sides on metal roofing project.
We have offices on Amelia Island, Florida and in Sandy Point, Maine and ship nationwide, factory direct. We are a Women Owned Businesses (WOBs), Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses (SDVOBs), Central Contractor Registered Business, members of NHBA, NEFBA, and Florida Green Building Coalition. Retired after 28 years in Air National Guard.