CFB Solid Radiant Shield
CFB Solid Radiant Shield reflective insulation is an ideal replacement for fiberglass in an agricultural setting.CFB Solid Radiant Shield reflective insulation minimizes the “Black-Globe effect” and lessens the amount of food and water needed to feed chickens, turkeys, hogs, and other livestock. And, according to the US Dept. of Agriculture, animals will develop faster and be less prone to illness.
- Thickest and strongest radiant barrier product on the market
- Available in perforated or solid
- Corrosive resistant
- UV Inhibitor added
- Eliminates “Black-Globe-Effect”
- Allows for easier and quicker installation.
- Includes all of the same benefits and advantages as Super R Plus® HD
- Available in extended widths
One side reflective, one side white film with polyethylene woven reinforcement
32 lbs per 1000 sq ft roll
Length: 21.49 pounds-force
Width: 24.56 pounds-force
70°F±5°F & 50±5% Relative Humidity –
No Cracking or Delamination
180°F±5°F & 50% Relative Humidity –
No Bleeding or Delamination
Class A/ Class 1
0 Flame Spread, 5 Smoke Development
ASTM Method E84-10
PASS – No Growth
What is the "R" value of CFB Radiant Barrier?
The “R” value depends on the number and size of the air spaces surrounding the Radiant Barrier and on the direction of the heat flow. Since Radiant Barrier is usually installed on top of existing mass insulation, its R-value is a moot point. It is Radiant Barrier’s ability to reflect heat that makes it such an energy saver.
How does CFB Radiant Barrier keep me warmer in winter?
Just like wrapping a baked potato in aluminum foil keeps a potato warm longer by holding the heat in, covering your attic insulation with Radiant Barrier holds heat in the house. Another analogy would be that Radiant Barrier in the winter works just like a space blanket, which, although very thin and lightweight, holds your body heat in. A thin space blanket can keep you warmer than several heavy blankets.
How does CFB Radiant Barrier keep the heat out in the summer?
Just like a spacesuit, Radiant Barrier reflects the sun’s heat before it can warm up the insulation in your attic. When the insulation stays cooler, your house will stay cooler. It helps to understand how Radiant Barrier will work for you if you think of other things that work in much the same way. Astronauts’ space suits keep body heat and reflect the sun’s heat away. Thermos bottles keep hot things hot and cold things cold. They are almost perfect insulators. The tight seal and air space prohibit heat transfer by conduction and convection. The reflective surfaces inhibit radiation heat transfer. If the bottle starts out hot, it stays hot because very little heat is transferred to the cooler outside. If it starts out cold, it stays cold because very little heat is transferred from the warmer outside.
Do I have to take out my old insulation to install CFB Radiant Barrier?
No. Radiant Barrier actually makes your present insulation more effective.