April 7, 2010

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Here is an interesting article discussing the different types of residential construction including SIPs and insulated sandwich panels.


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March 24, 2010

Filed under: SIPs, Wall and Roof Panels, insulated panels — Tags: , , — admin @ 8:39 am

Here is a slide show of a 5200 Sq Foot House built in Texas with 4.5 inch R-25 Wall Panels and 6.5 inch R-40 Roof Panels.


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March 9, 2010

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One of the big drivers for the rise of SIPs and insulated sandwich panels is the great R-value they provide. Here is a recent article discussing the “green aspects” of various types of insulation.


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August 17, 2009

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Virginia Tech has developed a technology that is available for licensing. It is a core material derived from biological sources and incorporates biofungacides and biopesticides. For more information, please visit their site here.


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May 14, 2008

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A recent survey conducted by the Structural Insulated Panel Association, SIPA, identified 78 companies in the US and Canada that manufactured SIPs in 2007, for a total of 69 million sqft of sandwich panels… This is a 4.5% increase from the previous year.

The survey mentions that although residential SIP construction has slowed through the housing decline, the use of SIP sandwich panels has increased greatly in commercial construction.

Visit SIPA for more information

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May 12, 2008

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A new study conducted by BASF demonstrates that by using structural insulated panels, 55% less time was needed during construction, when compared to traditional building methods. These presents an additional cost savings SIP sandwich panels can provide.

More info visit PRWeb

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April 17, 2008

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In the middle of last March at the annual meeting for the Structural Insulated Panel Associations (SIPA), the President of the Federation of American Scientists (FAS), Mr. Henry Kelly, gave a lecture to the building panel and SIP construction industry on climate change, energy use, savings, and the role sandwich panels can play in reducing energy consumption.

What it boils down to, is residential and commercial buildings are significant contributors of greenhouse gas emissions. Heating and cooling of these buildings is currently extremely inefficient, and with the successful implementation of SIPs and insulated sandwich panels as a whole, vast amounts of energy can be saved. The potential environmental gains domestically are great, but even better for growing countries abroad.

To download a copy of the excellent presentation in power point form, follow the link below:
SIPs, Energy Efficient Buildings, and US Challenges in Energy and Climate Change

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