Ultra NT SCIF Radiant Barrier Specifications
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|Emissivity||0.03 (ASTM C1371-04A)|
|Corrosiveness||Pass (ASTM D3310-00)|
|Fire Rating||Class 1/ Class A (ASTM E84-09)|
|Bleeding / Delamination||None (ASTM C1313-05)|
|Pliability||No Cracking (ASTM C1313-05)|
|Tear Resistance||Length 14.93 / Width 15.13 (ASTM D2261)|
|Water Vapor Permeability||0.01 Perms (ASTM E96-05)|
|Resistance to Fungi||Pass (ASTM C1338-08)|
|Temp Range||-50F to 180F (ASTM C411)|
|Shielding Effectiveness||100MHz - 10GHz : 85 dB (IEEE-299:1997)|
What is SCIF?
In addition to SCIF facilities, Ultra NT radiant barrier – which is Class 1 vapor barrier - can be used in wall construction as a vapor barrier in residential and DIY applications. Incorporating a radiant vapor barrier saves you time and money during installation. Ultra NT can also be installed under roofing materials to prevent unwanted radio waves from entering your home.
Installation instructions vary depending on the application. Always consult the architect for complete instructions, as these guidelines are for informational purposes only. Installation for radio frequency (RF) attenuation is as follows:
- Install Ultra NT radiant barrier between 2 layers of 5/8” drywall, overlapping the seams by 6”.
- Extend the wall material 6” around the corners and onto the ceiling and floors.
- Cover the ceiling and floor in the same manner as the walls.
- Tape all seams with EcoFoil conductive SCIF tape.
Download a printable installation sheet for SCIF Radiant Barrier Here.
EcoFoil Ultra NT is available in two convenient sizes for large and small jobs: