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Rigid Insulation Panel- Cladmate - 2" x 2' x 8'

Article #09475056 Item #051156197 Model #99038768 Format 2x2'x8'
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Description

Cladmate CM20 polystyrene foam insulation panel. 2 ft. x 8 ft. 2 in. thick. Shiplap. For outdoor use and foundations.

Product specifications

Type
Rigid Insulation Panel
Component
Extruded Polystyrene Insulated Sheathing
Thickness
2"
Width
2'
Length
8'

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Ok what is the thicness of this board ?'x2"x8"

Asked by: i do it my self
1/2" as the product description says 12.7mm. The sku number matches the 1/2" foam that I bought earlier this year.
Answered by: colaroga
Date published: 2021-02-13

What is the R rating on this product

Asked by: i do it my self
R2.5 because it's 1/2" thick - cladmate xps foam is R5 for every inch of thickness
Answered by: colaroga
Date published: 2021-01-04

can this be used between the floor joists and plywood sub-floor for a cottage to provide some insulation and avoid cold bridges at the joists?

Asked by: Mikemaninsul
Hi, Mikemaninsul! Thanks for your question about DuPont™ Styrofoam™ Brand Cladmate™ Extruded Polystyrene (XPS) Foam Insulation. We apologize for the delay in responding to your question, there were some system issues that prevented us from receiving it until now. We would not recommend that you use Styrofoam™ Brand Extruded Polystyrene (XPS) Foam Insulation this manner as the point loads are too high. Instead, we'd recommend that a layer of plywood be placed directly on the joists followed by foam, and then a second layer of plywood. In addition, we'd recommend that you use a Type 4 foam, such as DuPont™ Styrofoam™ Brand SM Extruded Polystyrene (XPS) Foam Insulation, instead of the DuPont™ Styrofoam™ Brand Cladmate™ XPS.
Answered by: GREAT STUFF & DuPont
Date published: 2020-10-23

Can I use this to put over 3" pvc pipe underground for added insulation. To cover sub pump pipe.

Asked by: Harry04
Sure you can use to protect from frost or freezing. I have personally used to block frost and freezing for a water line @ my cottage. I also used it to protect footing from frost 1 inch equals 1' of soil
Answered by: 1KJL
Date published: 2020-12-16

Can it be use on a basement floor for a sub floor

Asked by: Rockets
Can it be used on basement walls?
Answered by: Pepperino
Date published: 2020-10-29

What’s the r value?

Asked by: Arthur Curry
Thickness is 0.5" so I guess 2.5
Answered by: JMP81
Date published: 2021-01-27

How thick is the board? I see 2x8 but not thickness.

Asked by: yes Jt
They like mixing units, metric and imperial. They used 12.70 mm instead of 1/2 inch. Imperial for feet.
Answered by: hangon
Date published: 2020-07-07

I want to install new vinyl siding on my house, and use this product underneath. Do you recommend housewrap UNDER the insulation, or OVER the insulation? Do I tuck tape the joints? Thanks

Asked by: Bigmac2016
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