ArmorWall Structural Insulated Sheathing™ Symmetrical Panel (SP) Non-Permeable (NP) was launched to enable architects to pursue previously unattainable design features through its industry-leading structural strength, durability, continuous insulation properties, and fire, air and water-resistant capabilities.
ArmorWall SP-NP arrives to the job site with a factory-applied non-permeable coating that makes it an excellent choice for buildings in high velocity wind zones and areas with humidity control issues. Based on the project needs and architectural specifications, ArmorWall SP-NP can be delivered in various sizes and with various insulation thickness and R-value.
Like our other products in the series, ArmorWall SP-NP drastically reduces the number of installation revolutions around a building. This helps to reduce costs and time to weather-in by weeks.
ArmorWall SP-NP’s innovative properties allow projects to meet and exceed continuous insulation, building code and green certification programs faster and more cost effectively. ArmorWall SP-NP is manufactured in a near zero waste manufacturing plant in North Carolina.
Key Features of ArmorWall SP-NP Include
- Has the ability to provide a two-hour fire rated exterior wall assembly in one step.
- ArmorWall SP-NP is the referred solution for buildings in densely populated areas as well as high rise buildings where installers are able to work with single panels in place of several components
- It is unique due to its additional layer of sheathing, made of Magnesium Oxide (MgO), a natural mineral with fire-resistant properties, on the interior face encompassing the rigid foam insulation.
- The MgO layers replace the common sheathings (such as gypsum, plywood, etc.) and compounds found in other products that require additional coatings, time and cost.
ArmorWall SP-NP is the Best Solution for These Building Types
- Buildings located in high wind zones, such as Florida, south Texas and tropical regions
- Buildings with high interior moisture and humidity levels, such as natatoriums and cold storage buildings
- Buildings located in regions with higher than average rain or humidity, such as the southern regions of the U.S.