Denver, Colorado –JM Corbond oc spray polyurethane foam from Johns Manville now meets the requirements for application without an ignition barrier in unvented and unoccupied attics. It can be used in both residential and commercial projects.
JM is a Berkshire Hathaway company, which manufactures building products that are sold globally, says this means the two-component, low density open-cell spray foam product can be applied more cost-effectively as a separate fire protective coating is not required.
“We are committed to providing the highest quality service and products to our customers, which is why we are constantly improving upon our broad range of insulation solutions,” said Bob Wamboldt, senior vice president and general manager of Insulation Systems at Johns Manville. “By optimising JM Corbond oc SPF to achieve new code compliance, we are helping our customers achieve performance goals in less time and with fewer materials.”
A full code report has been published by Intertek.