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SOPRA-XPS 25 CW

SOPRA-XPS 25 CW

SOPRA-XPS 25CW are rigid thermal insulation boards made of extruded polystyrene closed-cell foam. SOPRA-XPS 25CW is mainly used as thermal insulation for above grade SOPREMA wall systems. SOPRA-XPS 25CW insulation boards are scored every 16 in (400 mm) and 24 in (600 mm) so they can easily be cut when they need to fit perfectly between wall ties.

Product Properties

  • Material Extruded Polystyrene
  • Use Insulation

Installation

Place SOPRA-XPS 25CW in desired position. Butt edges and stagger joints of adjacent boards. Secure boards to substrate using mechanical fasteners.

Refer to SOPREMA’s published technical literature for additional details and application requirements.

 

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