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exteriors PRODUCTS EDITORS' CHOICE Spray-foam insulation Heatlok XT: * Closed-cell spray-foam insulation * Contributes to LEED points * Sprays at temperatures to 10 F Heatlok XT closed-cell spray-foam insulation contains more than 20% renewable and recycled content and can contribute to LEED points. The product's winter formulation can be sprayed at temperatures as low as 10 F. Sprayability offers a 2-in.-on-2-in. application. Within seconds of spraying 2 in. of foam, another 2 in. can be sprayed over the first application. In ASTM-E-84 testing, the insulation reportedly scored a zero in fire resistance and flame spread. Demilec, Arlington, TX Circle 57 Hybrid wood substitute TruGrain made with Resysta products looks like wood, yet is a durable and sustainable fiber-reinforced hybrid. Produced from rice husks, common salt, mineral oil, and synthetic plastic polymers, the product is weather resistant, said to require minimal maintenance, looks and feels like tropical hardwood, and is said to be impervious to insects and fungi. The product is 100% waterproof, recyclable, and WPC-free; UV resistant; sandable; stainable; and sealable. Westech Building Products, Houston Circle 58 Permeable paving material Porous Pave permeable paving product uses 1/8- to 1/4-in. recycled rubber chips in its surfacing material. The small, fine-cut chips provide a refined, smooth paved surface. The flexible, pour-in-place product has an XL formulation consisting of 50% rubber chips and 50% stone aggregate with a moisture-cured liquid binder. An XLS formulation contains 100% rubber chips. Porous Pave Inc., Grant, MI Circle 59 Polyurethane shutters A wide variety of styles, sizes, and accessories join the company's line of polyurethane shutters. Board and Batten shutters are available in 12-, 14-, 18-, and 24-in. widths. Plank styles are available in 12-, 18-, and 24-in. widths with heights for both styles available in 1-in. increments. 800.PAC.CLAD Fypon, Maumee, OH Circle 60 30 COMMERCI A L A RCHI T EC T URE MAY 2016 Circle 244

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Commercial Architecture May 2016

The Architects
Regulations Shape Hospital Design
Architectural Glass Goes First Class
Healthcare Green Design
Interiors Products
Insulation Chills Cold-Storage Facility
Exteriors Products
Dynamic Glass Transforms Elevated Oasis
High-Speed Doors Add Zip To Service Center
Windows & Doors Products
Controlling The Sun
Building Technology Products
VRF Holds Key To Detroit Renovation
Tankless Units Heat Water For 17 Stories
HVAC & Plumbing Products
Retrofit Cuts Operation Costs by 85%
Power Monitor Tracks Non-Light Loads, Too
Lighting & Electrical Products

Commercial Architecture May 2016