Air Barrier Membrane

Ensures Energy Efficiency

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An air barrier is a component within the building envelope with the purpose of controlling air flow between the exterior of the building and the interior environment. Air loss occurs through penetrations, seams and transitions in wall assemblies. When installed correctly, the air barrier greatly contributes to the energy efficiency of a building. According to the U.S Department of Energy, 40% of energy consumption can be attributed to buildings and 40% of the energy loss in building operations is attributed to the building envelope. The building industry recognizes that air barriers are fundamental and necessary to maintain the airtight integrity of the entire building.

Securock® ExoAir® 430 System Components:
ExoAir® 230 Membrane  

ExoAir® 230 Membrane a fluid applied, synthetic, vapor permeable air barrier designed for use in commercial construction applications. It can be either roller- or trowel-applied to common substrates. ExoAir 230 can be used as an air barrier membrane on adjacent substrates such as concrete or CMU, and can also be used in conjunction with Securock ExoAir Reinforcing Mesh as a transition material.

PRODUCT RESOURCES

ExoAir 230 Membrane

architectural details

Adjacent Substrates - 13577

Offset Application - 12789

Rough Opening with Dymonic 100 on Framing - 15839

Rough Opening with Dymonic 100 on Panel - 14135

Rough Opening with Dymonic 100 on Wood Buck - 14113

Rough Opening with ExoAir 110AT on Framing - 15840

Rough Opening with ExoAir 110AT on Panel - 13010

Rough Opening with ExoAir 110AT on Wood Buck - 13683

Rough Opening with Fluid Applied Flashing on Framing - 15841

Rough Opening with Fluid-Applied Flashing on Panel - 12787

Rough Opening with Fluid-Applied Flashing on Wood Buck - 13684

Stucco Applications - 14177

Wall to Balcony - 12786

Wall to Below Grade - 12788