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Soytherm 50 Foam Insulation has been Awarded the IAPMO ER 0139 Evaluation Report
Soytherm 50 meets code requirements for use, without additional coatings, in attics and crawl spaces.

March 30, 2009 - Volga, South Dakota - Soytherm 50 has been awarded the The International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAMPMO) ER 0139 Evaluation Report. IAPMO- ES issued ER0139 which shows that Soytherm 50 meets code requirements for use, without additional coatings, in attics and crawl spaces.

“Urethane Soy Systems is very happy to have received this report. It shows that IAPMO has reviewed our quality procedures, test reports, and other production and application factors and has found that our Soytherm 50 product is in compliance with all of the applicable codes. Soytherm 50 is now one of very few products which can be applied under the roof rafters at a thickness of up to 13 inches and gable ends up to 5.5 inches without the use of an ignition barrier,” said Mike Fusco, General Manager. He further adds, “These thicknesses also apply to attic floors should the closed attic assembly not be appropriate.”

The International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAMPMO) have worked in concert with government and industry to implement comprehensive plumbing and mechanical systems around the world.  IAPMO is proud to utilize an open consensus process in the development of their flagship Uniform Plumbing Code® and Uniform Mechanical Code®. These codes are established through scientific research, debate, and analysis, defining their position at the forefront of the plumbing and mechanical industries.

Urethane Soy Systems manufactures soy based polyols for use in the urethane industry, and soy based systems with some of the highest bio based content available.

Contact

Urethane Soy Systems
PO Box 590
Volga,   SD   57071-0590
(888) 514-9096


 


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