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Blanket Insulation Blanket Insulation

Fiberglass Fiberglass

Floor, Sloped Ceiling, Wall Floor, Sloped Ceiling, Wall

Unfinished Floor Unfinished Floor

Design Options

Product Description

Fiberglass Building Insulation is intended for use in either residential or commercial construction as thermal and acoustical insulation in ceilings, walls and floors. The product is available unfaced or kraft faced and is designed for use in standard wood stud and steel frame assemblies.
Installing Fiberglass Building Insulation is an easy, cost-effective method to help conserve energy in residential and commercial new construction, remodeling and reinsulation projects. In addition to its thermal properties, Fiberglass Building Insulation provides excellent acoustical performance. It is compression packaged for ease of handling, and its broad availability of R Values, sizes and facings ensures the right product for the job. The product resists mold and mildew and will not rot or deteriorate.
The product is composed of tan, uniformly textured, inorganic fibrous glass and formed with a formaldehyde-free binding agent.



Standard Sizes: 11", 11-1/4", 1' 3", 1' 3-1/4", 1' 4", 1' 7", 1' 11", 1' 11-1/4", 2' 0", 3' 8", 4' 0", 7' 0"



Standard Sizes: 2-1/2", 3-1/2", 5-1/2", 6-1/4", 8", 8-1/4", 10", 10-1/4", 12", 15"

Performance Data

R-Value Per Inch

Measure of the thermal resistance of the product per inch of thickness, imperial units.

°F·ft^2·h / BTU / inch


NRC Value

The Noise Reduction Coefficient values of this product

Fire Resistance

Amount of time the product can withstand fire

Water Vapor Transmission

An imperial perm is defined as 1 grain of water vapor per hour, per square foot, per inch of mercury

perm (imperial)


Smoke Development

As defined by the ASTM E84 testing standard



Measure of the thermal resistance of the product, imperial units.

°F·ft^2·h / BTU

8, 11, 13, 15, 19, 21, 23, 25, 30, 38, 49

Flame Spread

As defined by the ASTM E84 testing standard