Owens Corning 441724 - T1400 Duct Board 2" X 48" X 120" (3 per Carton)
Owens Corning™ QuietR® Duct Board is a rigid, resin bonded
fibrous glass board with a tough, damage-resistant, flame
retardant, reinforced aluminum foil (FRK) facing.
When fabricated into duct systems, it combines excellent thermal and
acoustical insulating properties with substantially airtight
transmission of air when all joints are sealed with UL 181A listed
QuietR® Duct Board features a durable mat air stream surface
that isolates the glass fiber substrate from the airstream and inhibits penetration of the insulation by dirt, dust and other pollutants.
This durable air stream surface makes it easy to clean the duct system using methods and equipment described in North American Insulation
Manufacturers Association (NAIMA) Publication AH122,
Cleaning Fibrous Glass Insulated Duct Systems, Recommended
- Absorbs noise and reduces popping noises caused by expansion, contraction and vibration.
- Assured thermal R-value performance.
- Bacterial and fungal growth resistant with an EPA registered biocide that protects the air stream surface from microbial growth.
- Thermal/acoustical insulation board plus jacket forms a single
component duct system, thus reducing inspection time.
- Lightweight boards are easier to transport and handle than
insulated sheet metal ducts.
- Virtually eliminates air leakage thus saving energy and removing the need for system overdesign.
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Features and Specification
|Green Certification or Other Recognition||Yes|
|Standards||Meets UL 181 Class 1 Air Ducts. Meets NFPA 90A/90B Meets ICC International Mechanical Code, Corps of Engineers Guide Spec.Supported by NAIMA and SMACNA industry standards.Meets requirements of UL 181 and ASTM C1338 (mold growth), ASTM G21 (fungi test) and ASTM G22 (bacteria test).|
|Size||2" x 48" x 120"|
|Air Velocity (FPM)||6,000 fpm (30.5 m/s)|
|Comments/Notes||National Fire Protection Association Standards NFPA 90A and 90B for air conditioning and ventilating systems require air ducts to be Class 0 or 1. The tests set stringent requirements on fire safety as well as ruggedness. To meet Class 1 air duct requirements, the system must withstand UL 181/ULC S110 tests such as erosion, pressure loss, impact, collapse, puncture, static load and fire retardancy (30 minute penetration test). Also, to qualify as a Class 1 Air Duct System, the following UL 723/ULC S102 fire testing requirements must be met: Flame Spread, 25; Smoke Developed, 50.|
|Features||Absorbs noise and reduces popping noises caused by expansion, contraction and vibration. Assured thermal R-value performance.Bacterial and fungal growth resistant with an EPA registered biocide that helps protect the air stream surgace from microbial growth. Thermal/acoustical insulation board plus jacket forms a single component duct system, thus reducing inspection time.Lightweight boards are easier to transport and handle than insulated sheet metal ducts.Virtually eliminates air leakage thus saving energy and removing the need for system over design.|