Celbar Insulation for Wall, Floor / Ceiling Cavities
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The Natural Choice®
Sprayed in place, Celbar conforms to any substrate, around pipes, obstructions, and over cracks, greatly reducing air infiltration and resulting in exceptionally low heat-loss characteristics. Celbar can be sprayed to virtually any exterior stud or furred cavity, and in most cases, the wall can be closed up the same day.
On a commercial level, Celbar Spray is specified to reduce sound and heat transfer between walls and floors in multi-family projects such as condominiums, retirement communities, hotels, or casinos.
The Celbar RL system offers One, Two, & Three-Hour UL Fire-Rated Wall Assemblies to meet and exceed building code requirements for fire safety and sound transfer. In addition to the record-setting weight load design of 1,415 lb per stud, Celbar RL has been thoroughly tested to achieve exceptional STC ratings of 56, 61, and 64.
Celbar is made from 80% Pre-Consumer Recycled Content. Additionally, Celbar's thermal and acoustical performance may contribute to sustainable credit categories for green-building initiatives. Celbar is UL Classified.
Celbar does not contain silica dust, asbestos, mineral or glass fibers, or PCB’s.
Insulating Your Home
The Natural Choice for Homeowners
Celbar Spray Systems offer an ideal solution for homeowners aiming to lower energy costs and remedy noisy rooms.
Celbar Wall Spray installed between interior walls helps to reduce sound transfer from laundry or media rooms, effectively creating a quieter, more comfortable home.
As an attic insulation, Celbar Loosefill is installed to meet the recommended R-Value (Thermal Insulation Requirement) for your region. Celbar fills the cavities and blankets the space to provide exceptional thermal and sound control benefits. Additionally, if your home is already insulated, Celbar Loosefill can be installed as a cap over existing insulation to fill gaps and voids that may occur with alternative products.
The comfort and maintenance of your home, heating and cooling costs, and many more factors are directly related to the performance of your insulation. For complete information on maintaining a comfortable home in any climate, please visit www.celbar.com