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|R-Values - 4" of Insulation + 6" Interior Concrete Wythe|
|Insulation Type||R/in. @ 75 Degrees||R-Value|
|Type EPS 1.0#||3.85||16.69|
|Type EPS 1.25#||3.92||16.97|
|Type EPS 1.5#||4.17||17.97|
|Type EPS 2.0#||4.35||18.69|
|Type Neopor 1.5# Type VIII||4.70||20.11|
Typical R-Values shown for CarbonCAST technology. Variances in the wall panel detailing such as solid spots for windows, doors or anchoring of loads will reduce the overall panel R-value and should be evaluated on a case by case basis.
High Performance insulated CarbonCAST panels are designed specifically to meet the R-Value and design project requirements of your project. Typical insulated cladding panels have a 3″ outer wythe of concrete, 4″ of EPS type insulation and 3″ of inner concrete. Load bearing panel thickness can vary, however a typical panel would consist of 3″ outer wythe of concrete, 3-4″ of EPS type insulation and 6″ interior structural wythe of concrete.
To maximize the rate of install, and cost efficiency, panels should be designed to load onto 48,000 pound or 64,000 pound trailers. In the Pacific Northwest panels should be design for widths of 12’ nominal (11’-11-3/4”) or less when traveling on four lane routes. If 2 lane travel routes are required 10’ nominal (9’-9-3/4”) can be used to mitigate time and cost impacts of pilots.
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