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SOPRA-XPS 20

SOPRA-XPS 20

SOPRA-XPS 20 is a rigid thermal insulation board made of extruded polystyrene. It is composed of closed cell foam. It is mainly used as thermal insulation for above grade SOPREMA wall systems and on the inside of foundation walls. It can also be used for residential applications on exterior foundation walls and under concrete slabs. Compliant with ASTM C578-14, Type X.

Product Properties

  • Material Extruded Polystyrene

Installation

MECHANICALLY ATTACHED
• Install insulation boards using fasteners and 2 in (50 mm) diameter plates
• Install fasteners at 6 in (150 mm) on board perimeter and at 12 in (305 mm) o.c. horizontally and vertically
• When installing multiple layers of SOPRA-XPS, all joint should be staggered between layers

 

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