Owens Corning

Owens Corning is a US based manufacturer of fiberglass insulation products. The most popular Owens Corning product offered at Buy Insulation Products is their Fiberglass Pipe Insulation with ASJ Max jacketing. Owens Corning Fiberglass Pipe Insulation covering is a thermal insulation for both hot and cold service piping from -20°F all the way up to 1000°F.  The pipe insulation is molded from heavy density resin bonded glass fibers that come in 3 foot long hinged sections.


The fiberglass is wrapped with their unique ASJ Max jacketing system.  Instead of the standard white paper based ASJ jacket (ASJ stands for All-Service Jacketing, Owens Corning used ASJ Max jacket which has a "poly-top" coating over the ASJ paper which gives it a bright white sheen which repels moisture and prevents staining.


Owens Corning Fiberglass Pipe Insulation comes with their patented SSLII lap closure system.  SSL stands for Self-Sealing Lap and the II represents the two strips of adhesive compared to the standard one strip.  Competitors uses only one strip of SSL tape which is an acrylic adhesive strip down the 3 ft length of the pipe insulation.  The adhesive is covered with a wax relase paper which is removed before the ASJ jacketing is sealed.  Owens Corning's SSLII closure system has a second strip of adhesive on the inner part of the jacketing, so the SSLII system adheres two strips of adhesive together.  Once you seal up a stick of Owens Corning fiberglass pipe insulation with SSLII it will NEVER open again.  No pop opens a year from now, no jacketing falling off the pipe in year 10, this pipe insulation will have to be cut off the pipe to remove it!  The SSLII slogan is, "The Stick that Stays Stuck".

We also offer Owens Corning XPS - Extruded Polystyrene Board join seam tapes and flashings for both residential and commerical projects.  The Owens Corning JointSealR Tape is a very popular product with home builders to ensure an air-tight barrier on seams and joints of an XPS foam insulation exterior moisture/air barrier.

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