Learn how the DuPontâ¢ TyvekÂ® Fluid Applied System seamlessly integrates with all kinds of substrates and how it was able to meet the specific challenges of a Texas climate.
Applied in a one-coat application by spraying or pressure rolling, DuPontâ¢ TyvekÂ® Fluid Applied Weather Barrier delivers superior protection, offers excellent durability and saves time by providing two to three times the coverage of competitive products per gallon.
What are the potential consequences of unintentional vapor barriers? Why is vapor permeance of building envelope layers relevant to moisture management and long term durability? Durability of the building enclosure is part of a sustainable building design. A designer can significantly affect the service life of multi-component assemblies through materials selection, placement of materials within the building assemblies, or design detailing. Find out what it all means.
The energy efficiency improvement requirements in current and future building and energy codes will affect nearly every aspect of home construction. Weâre here to help you navigate through it all. At DuPont, weâre using our building science to bring you innovative products and service that not only help you meet and exceed code, but also help you continue to build high-quality homes. Let us guide you through.
Synthetic carpet fibers like Nylon, PET (polyester), and polypropylene are almost exclusively petroleum based. Today, new technology has enabled a bio-based PTT (triexta) commercial carpet fiber that helps reduce dependence on fossil fuels. This learning unit will provide a general overview of the new and existing materials and technologies used in commercial carpet fibers including the use of rapidly renewable bio-based materials.
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