MaxLife ArmorWall manufactures fire-rated structural insulated sheathing that passes NFPA 285 testing. They are headquartered in Salisbury, North Carolina.
Fire-Rated Structural Insulated Sheathing
Looking for fire-rated insulated sheathing for your commercial or residential project? MaxLife ArmorWall has several options to choose from that are ICC listed fire-resistant products.
- ArmorWall is best suited for core and shell building construction or renovation of retail, office, or low-rise buildings
- ArmorWall Plus is coated with Magnesium Oxide which provides additional fire-resistance. It meets and exceed continuous building codes and most green certification programs. According to the website, it is best suited for medical office buildings, high-rise buildings, multifamily buildings, institutional buildings, municipal buildings, and mixed-use and retail buildings.
- ArmorWall PermaBase includes a proprietary drainage plane on the interior side of the product so that it can meet specific code requirements. It is water resistant and has no paper facing which helps stop biological growth. This product is recommended for multifamily housing developments that need to provide high durability at low costs and areas such as retail areas that have high public interaction.
If you’re ready to learn more about MaxLife ArmorWall and how it can add value to your project, visit their website: https://maxlifeindustries.com/
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