Expanding Blown-In Insulation System
Installs Faster Than Ordinary Loosefill
AttiCat Blown-In PINK Fiberglass Insulation installs up to 25% faster than other loosefill insulation. Its easy-to-handle bags offer more insulating power per bag, thus increasing your efficiency. State-of-the-art engineering and special production processes ensure faster product installation with exceptional quality for a lifetime of reliable performance.
Caution: May cause temporary irritation to skin, eyes and respiratory tract. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. Wear long-sleeved, loose-fitting clothing, gloves and eye protection when handling and applying material. Wash with soap and warm water after handling. Wash work clothes separately and wipe out washer.
Install Quality and Peace of Mind in Every Job
When your name is on the line, you need a product that is well known and trusted by customers. You all need a product that provides quality that is tested and proven.
Our AttiCat Blown-In PINK Fiberglass Insulation products won’t settle or deteriorate with age, so there’s no danger of losing R-value* over time.
When you choose AttiCat Blown-In PINK Fiberglass Insulation, you can promise your customers peace of mind with these important features:
- Doesn’t require fire-retardant chemicals which can leak out, promoting corrosion of pipes, electrical equipment or structural metal attachments.
- Meets all model building codes for non-combustibility.
- Won’t Absorb Moisture
- Moisture reduces insulation effectiveness. Glass fibers resist moisture build-up.
- Doesn’t Support Mold Growth
- Inorganic glass fibers do not support fungus or mold growth.** Will not rot or decay.
* R-value means resistance to heat flow. The higher the R-value, the greater the insulating power. Ask your seller for the fact sheet on R-values. To get the marked R-value, it is essential that insulation be installed properly.
** As manufactured, fiberglass insulation is resistant to mold growth, as tested per ASTM C 1338. However, mold growth can occur on building materials, including insulation, when it becomes contaminated with organic material and when water is present. To avoid mold growth on fiberglass insulation, remove any water that has accumulated and correct or repair the source of the water as soon as possible. Insulation that has become wet should be inspected for evidence of residual moisture and contamination, and any insulation that is contaminated should be promptly removed and replaced.